The open Internet is crucial for the future of religious life and interfaith action in America.
Can these centuries-old guidelines still speak to our technologically driven lives?
The problem with writing whatever you want on the bathroom wall of the Internet.
Actually, Millennials do desire religious orthodoxy. Here’s how.
Fans of celebrity pastors have a big question to ask themselves: Who, ultimately, are they following? Jesus or their pastor?
Social media campaigns have created offline change for religious organizations.
In person, I can be perfectly polite to people with whom I disagree. Why do I want to treat them with disdain online?
People tend to be jerks online. So what can Christians do about it?
One study suggests that 25 percent of the decline in religious affiliation since 1990 is linked to increased Internet use.