Why it matters — for understanding world history and for addressing global conflicts today — that Jesus was not a Gentile.
Americans view Jews and Christians warmly, while atheists and Muslims get the cold shoulder.
How long can Melilla, Spain live up to its reputation as a city of peacefully coexisting Christians, Muslims, Jews, and Hindus?
Moral deflection shapes the ground across which Pope Francis strode during his Middle East pilgrimage.
How a foxhole that led to a 77-mile cave system saved the lives of 38 Ukrainian Jews during the Holocaust.
Both Hanukkah and Thanksgiving are rooted in stories about the struggle for religious freedom.
For some, the core of religious pluralism discourse lies in the definition of the “People of the Book,” a term used in the Qur’an.