Andrew Shtulman's book isn't just about understanding data. It's about moral concern.
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Andrew Gant's lively book tells a history of sacred song.
Critics are correct that Robinson doesn't offer an alternative to the Christian Right. But she never claimed to.
Heyward was one of the first women priests. But her particular experiences aren't the heart of her memoir.
Yisrael Kristal, an Orthodox Jew, celebrated his bar mitzvah in Israel last October, 100 years late.
A. R. Bernard, lead pastor of a 33,000-member church in Brooklyn, New York, cited "conflict in values" with the administration.
The people who attended a rally at the Boston Common did not bear Nazi symbols or racist slogans. But the tens of thousands of counterprotesters saw their intention as defending hate speech.
An interfaith group of clergy gathered alongside anti-racist and anti-fascist activists countering white supremacist and neo-Nazi protesters.
The secretary of state cited the militant group's attacks on Middle Eastern religious minorities.
El Salvador has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world. But that may be changing.
Israel is the only Middle Eastern country that permits state-licensed dealers to sell ancient artifacts.
The pastor had taken dozens of mission trips to the nation since 1997—until he was accused of undermining the government.
For decades archaeologists have searched for the home of Peter, Andrew, and Philip.