Why preachers should practice what they preach even more than what they believe.
The pressure observant young Jews feel to marry comes straight from the Bible. But is there biblical wiggle room?
I am not now, nor have I ever been, a member of the Catholic Church. That’s why I feel less … Continued
By Frankie Martin This year has not been an easy one for Jewish-Muslim relations. The Israeli-Palestinian peace process is in … Continued
By Marci A. Hamilton This article is part of a series for the Patheos Holiday Monitor, which tracks the War … Continued
By David Waters The Culture War now has its own app. Or does it? After receiving thousands of complaints, Apple … Continued
By Katherine Boyle Disney moms, listen up: it’s time to turn off Miley and give your daughter the September edition. … Continued
This week the Pew Forum came out with a study of the American religious landscape. As soon as I saw … Continued
Alan Veingrad spent seven seasons in the NFL as an offensive lineman, playing for the Green Bay Packers (1986-90) and … Continued
For a Christian, I had a partly Jewish upbringing. My father, a civil engineer, worked for a construction company that … Continued
In my first blog, I wrote about learning about Christianity – there is a flip side to that story. Part … Continued
In an interview to be aired next week on HDTV Michael Bloomberg has told Dan Rather that “nobody’s going to … Continued
There I was, looking forward to the entirely secular box of chocolates I fully expect to receive on Valentine’s Day, … Continued
On the whole, women have fared badly in religions down the ages, though others may have a different view. But … Continued