Why Latin Americans celebrate Columbus Day as the birthday of a new breed within the human family.
An interview with the Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist on the language of faith in fiction.
Believing in the Bible’s divinity can be pretty tough once you learn a thing or two.
Bart Campolo, the son of a famous evangelical leader, is now the humanist chaplain at the University of Southern California.
When the Bible was dead to me, these books brought it back to life.
A team-by-team prayer list for each of the 32 NFL teams you’ll be cheering on this season.
Frances Perkins knew the power the faith community had in making a difference in the lives of working people.
Union leaders have forgotten the religious roots of organized labor in this country.
Our economy of low wages and corporate greed is not what God intends for human life.
Religious traditions are beginning to embrace the view that those who take their own lives don’t always have full control over their actions.
Six tips for coming out of the closet as a “none” at your next family gathering.
For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.
Looking back at the Freedom Summer movement half a century later.
An atheist considers what it means to be a part of a conversation on faith.
Some Christians think that if they don’t believe in the devil, their faith will fall apart. Maybe they need to play more poker.
I was raised in the church, but I had to leave it if I was ever going to make it home.
All the hand-wringing stories about young adults leaving religion overlooks the vibrancy and growth of multiethnic churches.