After a weekend with more than 10,000 people of faith, I returned home with three key takeaways.
As a Muslim-American, I believe we have a moral imperative to reject extremism and prejudice.
Influential faith leaders join the pope in calling on all people to care for creation.
Christianity and Islam have quite the rivalry, but they share more than you think.
The first installment in a debate series between a devout Mormon and young atheist.
People of all faiths must speak out together about climate change as a moral issue.
The open Internet is crucial for the future of religious life and interfaith action in America.
I learned more about being Christ-like from a Rabbi than any Christian I know.
An interfaith family struggles to maintain separate, authentic faiths, and mutual appreciation.
Can a Christian mother and her Muslim daughter achieve peace and unity?
America can learn from the way Hong Kong invites, celebrates, and affirms people of all faiths.
Six reasons to expand those relationships that are outside of your Christian bubble.
He disappoints the liberals and scares the conservatives — what’s not to like?
A look at the immoral present and future of drone warfare.
Can Jewish and Muslim interfaith workers move beyond panel discussions and polite dinners?
I learned three lessons while fasting and praying for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: lament, repent, and reorient.
Despite continuing violence in Israel and Gaza, Muslims and Jews are coming together this Ramadan to promote interfaith community.
An atheist considers what it means to be a part of a conversation on faith.
Religious diversity shows that we are in truth complementary, not competitive.