Looking at history through questions of power, sexual agency, and morality
There are ethical reasons to think twice before sending off your DNA.
Brian Catlos offers a nuanced corrective to the competing histories of Islamic rule.
The pope doesn't always show off his theological talents. Does that matter?
T. S. Eliot and the other modernist theologian-poets knew that artists are makers of worlds.
Among mainline denominations, women are half of the total clergy only in the United Church of Christ, Eileen R. Campbell-Reed’s research shows.
The Moral Mondays and Poor People’s Campaign leader looks at public policy through the lens of moral values.
In 15 years at the Lilly Endowment, he went beyond merely giving grants, fostering study of core issues in American religious life.
The Congolese Christian surgeon and Yazidi activist have seen each of their homelands devastated by violence.
The possibility of federal funds paying to restore sanctuaries is a change from previous FEMA policy.
Wuerl is one of the most prominent leaders affected in the clergy sexual abuse crisis roiling the Catholic Church.
The Egyptian bishop was influential locally and globally.
An estimated 700,000 Rohingya people have fled to Bangladesh to escape brutal violence by Myanmar’s military. Another 40,000 have taken refuge in India.