Most people are either praying for themselves, a favorite sports team, or the winning lottery ticket.
The Supreme Court will decide if an Arkansas inmate can grow a half-inch beard in observance of his faith.
Meet the U.S. cardinal who wants to prevent divorced Catholics from receiving communion.
Recent tensions at General Theological Seminary reflect larger crisis in future of theology schools.
For Steve Green, controversy over his Museum of the Bible simply proves the holy book’s timeless intrigue.
The famous story of the widow’s two coins is not about a poor person’s generosity, but a rich religion’s corruption.
A Southern California synagogue dedicated to the idea that there is no God exemplifies America’s recent turn toward secularism. Is that a good thing?
Why I’m drawn to the religion of the Nones.
If Jesus had to name his faith affiliation, would he identify with today’s institutional religions — or mark “None of the Above”?
Set your stereotypes aside and get to know atheists all over again.
How many churches today are led by ministers who have lost their faith? Can churches learn to accept and support them?
In an age of rising singlehood, many churches are still focused on being family ministry centers.
The pressure observant young Jews feel to marry comes straight from the Bible. But is there biblical wiggle room?
Why “welcome and wanted” is a biblical response to gay and lesbian couples in evangelical churches.
Marriage is only religious if you want it to be. As a Humanist Celebrant, I’ve performed 12 non-religious weddings.
As a Christian feminist, I long to be asked, “What do you find empowering about your tradition?”
Although we often place it in a romantic frame, the first epistle to the Corinthians wasn’t written to a married couple.
Lecrae’s popularity has been brewing for a few years, but the rapper became the hottest Christian in the mainstream this month.