It's like a MOTH event—with the vulnerability of community.
“When I was nine or ten, I decided I needed to read the King James Bible.”
People often perceive the National Day of Prayer Task Force’s events as official. They aren’t.
Like good cooking, good preaching is local, idiosyncratic, and diverse.
Tolerance is lukewarm at best, condescending at worst.
But first, they need all 400 pages.
I don’t have all the answers, but I have a few ideas.
Jordan Peele’s new horror film reveals the pasts we are all tethered to.
Tabitha is dead, but the evidence of her work still lives.
It takes Jesus to introduce something new into the disciples’ routine.
Stephanie Jones-Rogers dismantles the stereotype of white female passivity in the pre-Civil War south.
9 values that can shape the end of life in a cruciform way
Some scientists couldn’t quite explain what they were seeing. Others literally couldn’t believe it.
Maxwell King’s Mr. Rogers biography is more of a hagiography.
At the heart of her narrative is the fate of two political ideals: liberty and popular sovereignty.
Unlike the Chibok schoolgirls for whom the #BringBackOurGirls campaign rallied, thousands of others garnered no headlines when they were abducted. All too often no one welcomes them home.
The Southern Baptist publishing arm, which has had disputes with authors and artists over content in the past, will focus on digital sales.
One Muslim prisoner had his religious accommodations taken away when he protested the combined services with the Nation of Islam and Nation of Gods and Earths, groups that follow distinct religious teachings.
A recent analysis of survey data also showed an uptick in the percentage of mainline Protestants—though more years will need to pass to see if the increase continues.
Leaders of the Freedom From Religion Foundation argue that the allowance discriminates in favor of ministers.
Peru is among the world's top sources of precious metals. Mining is poisoning people and turning forests into wasteland.
Kaji Douša and Ravi Ragbir of the New Sanctuary Coalition point to recent reports as evidence that they are being targeted for being outspoken advocates for immigrants.
In March 1965, he and fellow editor Martin E. Marty participated in the second civil rights march in Selma, Alabama.