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For Jackie Robinson and Jason Collins, the freedom and grace to play as you are

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Bus ads aim to reclaim the meaning of’jihad’

An ad campaign on San Francisco buses is aimed at trying to change public perception of the word “jihad,” which … Continued

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Ramadan Etiquette Guide: How to be a Non-Muslim During the Holy Month

A couple of simple rules that will make the Ramadan fast a little easier on your Muslim colleague.

Taste and See

In a Pew Forum survey released Tuesday, atheists and agnostic surpass all other groups in their knowledge of religion. How … Continued

Ramadan, translated

Ramadan is not only the beginning of a month-long fast but of a special spiritual cycle of months within which … Continued

Have you ever fasted?

By Elizabeth Tenety Many of the world’s 1.57 billion Muslims (1.4 million in America) Wednesday began the month-long observance of … Continued

Shukla and Chopra: The Great Yoga Debate

On April 18, On Faith panelist Aseem Shukla wrote an essay on yoga’s American popularity and Hindu heritage. On April … Continued

Sorry, your patent on yoga has run out

In his recent article for On Faith, Aseem Shukla laments the disconnect between yoga and its origins in Hinduism. He’s … Continued

The spirituality of sexuality

Q: Do your religious beliefs exalt or stigmatize sex (or both)? Is religion a useful tool for helping young people … Continued

The theft of yoga

Nearly 20 million people in the United States gather together routinely, fold their hands and utter the Hindu greeting of … Continued