We don’t need to debate the possibility of a reanimated corpse. We need to reimagine our whole understanding of the material world.
Unmasking and slaying our Promethean desire for mastery
How could a Buddhist country have one of the worst human rights records in the world?
The Nigerian-born activist grew up in Maine playing with the dirt—and experiencing environmental racism.
What if it functioned more like a bridge than a wall?
The history of Russian and Ukrainian Orthodoxy suggests the answer is complicated.
Mark Driscoll’s megachurch radicalized White men by weaponizing the White nuclear family.
Talking with five former LDS members who left to go to seminary
How teachers are helping students accept science without losing their religion
Who, exactly, should preside over meaning-making?
Have you heard the one about the priest, the minister, and the rabbi?
Karla F. C. Holloway offers one from Sanskrit: vilomah.
As James Cone argued, the universal is revealed in the particular.
Feeding bodies and souls at Everyone’s Table
He thrived on the process of endearing himself to all who hope for better days.