Millions of young adults are watching Friends reruns. Why?
Our political discourse features strong convictions about moral obligations—and widespread uncertainty about where they come from.
When we give something up, we realize that its goodness doesn't depend on our ownership of it.
One day Bill didn't show up at the church, so we went to find him.
When we talk about the immigration rate, we're really talking about our most fundamental fears and beliefs.
"Sam," the voice on the phone said, simply. I was transported back 25 years.
The crucified Jesus in John's Gospel is cosmic—and magnetic.
Walter Isaacson offers a clear and enjoyable biography. He also offers life hacks from Leonardo.
Paul Harvey's history shows how things could have gone very differently.
A new book challenges the scholarly consensus about one of the Hebrew Bible's central stories.
The tech-focused series provides abundant fuel for ethical and theological debate.
Three Indonesian Christians moved into their church in New Jersey—one of more than 30 congregations sheltering people facing deportation.
Hundreds of people awaiting deportation hearings would have been incarcerated in Elkhart County, Indiana.
Pope Francis has encouraged a new translation—but is also letting local bishops decide which one to use.
Law enforcement is seeking to forge partnerships with faith leaders. It raises a variety of questions about balancing safety with other concerns.
Church leaders called for the protests after Sunday services to enforce an agreement for the president to step down and allow elections.
Before his consecration as bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, Azar was a pastor in Jerusalem's Old City for three decades.
Walker was "a legend in his own right," said the current president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, which Walker also led.