The Pulitzer-prize winning author talks sin, Calvin, and the incarnation.
Did the Vatican consider that Pope Francis will arrive in the U.S. on the holiest night of the Jewish year?
A Q&A with award-winning writer James Carroll on how Christians misunderstand Jesus.
Is a dead wreath the kind of message Jesus wants to send?
The best-selling author of “Walking the Bible” believes in the power of travel.
A recent skirmish over a Muslim service at the National Cathedral raises questions about sacred space.
A prominent Conservative rabbi announces that he is gay.
The popular author says we can’t reject ISIS as non-Muslim. What’s needed is a rigorous expression of religious peace.
A test called the Enneagram showed me who I really am. It’s also helping me to change.
Thanks to horrible Christian comments online, I realized there’s a big difference between being Christian and following Jesus.
A Buddhist teacher offers advice for the healing of the nation.
Some popular happiness gurus ignore one of the most basic truths: Life is hard.
Passover with friends. Easter with family. It’s almost enough to make you believe in God.
I called the Dean of the National Cathedral for a lesson on Lent and realized I needed to do more than just learn about it.
Bill O’Reilly on why he wrote a book on Jesus and why being a loving neighbor can include “taking my neighbor apart.”
Sally Quinn interviews producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett about their film “Son of God.”
Why loving football is like believing in God.
The things we tend to believe will make us happy don’t actually heighten our sense of well being. But religion does.
How religion became the center of my life and work.
“I’m mostly blissed out,” laughed guru, mystic and spiritual master Sadhguru. At a Saturday night lecture and in an interview … Continued