My great grandfather left his home to help refugees get back to theirs. How will you be remembered?
It’s our duty to turn the tide — from despair to dignity, from fear to hope, from conflict to peace.
A psychologist offers six practices that can help turn your pain into peace.
Our lives are full of noise and chaos, but remember that God promises us peace and rest.
“Do you feel called to this church?” is the wrong question to ask. Try these instead.
Transforming the world seems like a futile aspiration, but it is our great calling.
I learned more about being Christ-like from a Rabbi than any Christian I know.
Can a Christian mother and her Muslim daughter achieve peace and unity?
Faith leaders reflect on what we can do and how we can learn from the situation in Baltimore.
The true Caliphate fulfills Prophet Muhammad’s prophecy — and revives Islam.
Christmas is a chance to showcase the best of Christianity. Instead, it vomits up the worst.
A recent skirmish over a Muslim service at the National Cathedral raises questions about sacred space.
Whether invoking one god, many gods, or no god, prayer is about silencing the chatter and finding truth.
Can the evil of ISIS be overcome with good? Or is bombing them our only hope?
We need people with honesty and integrity to challenge the dehumanizing drift of our global society.
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.
It’s a mistake to impugn Islam based on moral or intellectual failings of intolerant and dangerous Muslims.
Discovering the places where Christians and Muslims live as neighbors — from ancient times until today.
It is a diplomacy built upon an ethic whose goal is the sustenance and joy of all of humanity. It … Continued