Reports of churches declining and Nones growing are actually a case of mistaken identity.
Because of the good things we do, the world moves toward truth, beauty, justice, adventure, and peace.
Of course the Church is dying — and of course the Church will be just fine.
Blues music expresses the interplay of freedom and loneliness I felt after leaving my faith.
Christianity isn’t in trouble at all. Churches are in trouble. Here’s why.
The latest Pew report’s findings will ricochet through American faith, culture, and politics.
Religion is not just a placeholder for other interests — it is a powerful motivator.
A new Pew Research Center survey shows more Americans worrying about the decline of religious influence in policy and politics.
Revealing statistics related to today’s trending stories.
One study suggests that 25 percent of the decline in religious affiliation since 1990 is linked to increased Internet use.
Always a bridesmaid, never a bride. Or a groom. Or, okay, even a bridesmaid. Why are we waiting to tie the knot?
The growing group of “nones” include many more unbranded believers than atheists, and an increasingly diverse racial and ethnic mix.
A Pew Research Center survey of American Jews found that 62 percent say being Jewish is mainly a matter of ancestry and culture, while just 15 percent say it’s a matter of religion.
For many years, I’ve been encouraging atheists and humanists to organize and cooperate in order to change the culture.
A number of atheists “hunger for a transcendent experience” despite their disbelief.