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TOP 25 FAITH & SPIRITUALITY NEWSLETTERS ON SUBSTACK

Top Faith & Spirituality Substacks

A full list of the top 25 faith and spirituality newsletters and podcasts on Substack. Here you will find deep dives into all manners of theological thought, along with news and commentary concerning religious institutions, both present date and throughout history.

Join Jimmy Evans, Mark Hitchcock and other experts for daily wisdom and news analysis through the lens of Bible prophecy.
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The popular newsletter from writer Sarah Bessey with exclusive essays, the books worth reading, good things, special devotional series, theology deep dives, community conversations, and so much more.

Join Christian Warrior Training for practical insights and training resources on church security. Our articles and videos empower church security teams to better protect their congregations and communities.
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Welcome to my world! I’m a natural Psychic. In this space, I'll be posting card pulls, video messages, my annual predictions, weekly psychic sass, manifesting secrets and teaching you how to tap into your intuition and so much more.
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Home of Unholy Sh+t, the Russia Essays, and my upcoming podcast Literary Anarchism.
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Millennials unloaded on Elmo, and Larry David couldn’t handle them stepping on his brand: complaining

Last week was a little unhinged. It began with a Muppet asking an innocuous question and ended with Larry David assaulting Elmo on live television. How we got here as a society has been a decades-long story of continued disrespect and infantilization of Millennials. The trope of my generation is framed around the idea that we are fundamentally discontent for no reason. But my question is: why is it when Larry David rants, it’s called complaining (or observational comedy), but when we do, it’s whining?
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The story of Jonathan and David is SO GAY I’m surprised the Far-Right isn’t trying to ban the Bible from public schools

In 1987 a pair of penguins named Silo and Roy started making eyes at each other. Eventually, they even started dancing and whatever the penguin equivalent of kissing is. After about a year together, they tried to start a family by way of sitting on a rock they presumed to be an egg. The zoo keepers eventually decided that they were probably pretty gay, and not just because they are called chinstrap penguins (I am not making that up). Anyway, on the other side of the enclosure, some straight penguins laid an egg they were not attempting to hatch, so the gay penguins adopted it and hatched a little one they named Tango. The story ends with a sad tale. Eventually, Silo realizes that he is bisexual and eventually leaves Roy for a woman named Scrappy. That same year, a tell-all book was released called, And Tango Makes Three, a kid's book about the love these two queer penguins once shared. That was way back in ancient times, the year of our Lord, two-thousand-and-five.
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Continuing the conversation about discerning our next right thing in faith, work, and life for those who want to move beyond the pro/con list.
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“The Small Bow is not just for those in recovery. Lots of stories with a huge heart that manages to be hilarious and easy while making you question everything you were certain of about yourself.” – Esquire This is The Small Bow. It is mostly written and edited by A.J. Daulerio and Edith Zimmerman always illustrates it. We run essays and interviews about drugs, alcohol, sex, food, debt, bipolar disorder, depression--all the things. We are here for you, no matter how badly you fucked up. xx TSB
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Last year I made over 1300 graphs about religion and/or politics. I want to share them with you all. Without a whole lot of commentary, or any outward appearance of bias. My goal is to make my readers understand the world of religion in a better, more complete way.
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I read a lot and share what I learn. Spiritual seeker. Pulling apart the stories we tell about who we are so we can re-write a truer version. Podcast host and author of the New York Times bestseller ON OUR BEST BEHAVIOR.
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