If Luther's reform was triggered by a critique of indulgences, Calvin's was triggered by a critique of idolatry.
Religious leaders as different as William Barber and Russell Moore reflect Reinhold Niebuhr's insights.
"I love you," says God. "We love you, too," our prayers reply.
The debate over a dying British infant reveals the moral complexities of health care.
Pascal knew both the inconstancy of the human heart and the promise that we were made for glory.
India's 20 million Catholics don't seem to mind that their faith looks pretty European.
The failure to forgive disrupts, distorts, and degrades community.
According to Joseph Wiebe, Berry's vision of rural life starts with his reckoning with Kentucky, the Shawnee, and black slavery.
A travel writer's visit to the borderlands of her childhood
Ethicist George Lucas argues that new forms of warfare are "mired in epistemological crisis."
There have been many Zionisms over the years. Only one has imagined an eventual end of Judaism.
The push is in line with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi’s attempts to emphasize Egypt’s diversity in response to attacks on minority groups.
Six people face charges for a procedure a clinic performed on Muslim girls.
An excavation also showed that ancient Jerusalem was larger than previously thought.
The Adorers of the Blood of Christ are arguing that the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline violates their religious freedom.
Yet challenges remain, with women disproportionately working in part-time and lower-paid jobs.
Younanr received the honor for his work toward interreligious dialogue in Jerusalem and around the world.
Ehsan Rehan, 26, now lives in Washington, D.C., meeting with U.S. policymakers and international visitors.
Joel Hunter broke with many of his peers in moving beyond hot-button topics.