From time to time, TheologyDegrees produces long-form content, interesting rankings, and graphics that will look at issues of interest to people of faith. We will be listing them here on an ongoing basis.

top-25-podcast-channelsThe 25 Best Christian Podcasts
Christianity has embraced podcasting, and this has revolutionized how people can hear the Word of God. Now, your church doesn’t have to be the one down the street – it can be any church you choose, even if you never set foot inside the actual building. You can simply download the podcast of whatever church appeals to you, and listen to sermons on your phone, laptop or tablet device. Best of all, the podcasts are free and you can listen to them on your own schedule.

25 best christian summer camps Camp Willow RunThe 25 Most Amazing Christian Summer Camps
Choosing a camp can be a daunting task, especially when looking for one that not only provides fun and adventure, but also provides foundations of the Christian faith. Christian summer camps are important for kids to attend in order to gain crucial social skills, obtain lasting memories, and deepen their faith in Jesus Christ.

beautiful-chapels-churchesThe 50 Most Amazing College Chapels and Churches
Campuses in all regions of the nation contain stunning structures dedicated to cultivating moral integrity among the nation’s young adults. This list contains some of the most historically significant and esthetically pleasing houses of worship in the United States.

pope-francis-thumbPope Francis: The Greatest Modern Pope?
On March 13, 2013, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis — the first pope with this regnal name, taken in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. In the short time he has reigned since his successor Benedict XVI resigned, His Holiness Pope Francis has achieved a number of other firsts for a pope, as well as stirred up questions as to whether he’ll be a traditional leader of the Catholic Church or a reformist.

poverty-thumbHow Ending Poverty Will Save America Money
The American Dream has not been a very good one for some people, even a nightmare for others in the neighborhood of, or at the borders of, poverty. About the war on poverty, President Lyndon Baines Johnson said in Jan 1964, “It will not be a short or easy struggle, no single weapon or strategy will suffice, but we shall not rest until that war is won. The richest Nation on earth can afford to win it. We cannot afford to lose it.”