A new publishing approach could revolutionize how people process the Good Book.
A vision to protect those persecuted for non-religion.
Up first for FaithLeaks: a collection of documents from an internal investigation into alleged sexual abuse within a congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Backlash against an obituary of its late prophet Thomas S. Monson reveals the existential doubts gnawing at the modern church.
Being young and Muslim in the US means navigating multiple identities. Nothing shows that more than falling in love.
I thought parental disapproval of marriage was a problem of the past. I was wrong.
Santa Claus was perched on his throne at the Bloomingdale's in midtown Manhattan. It was slow, a weekday before the after-school rush, so he knew what to expect: grown-ups.
Western liberalism is not the apex and terminus of human history, and it ought not to serve as the measure of Islam.
I couldn't take our church's bland Nativity one more second. So I wrote my own.
In episode eight of "Who's Afraid of Aymann Ismail?," Aymann confronts a topic that unites both the right wing and his immigrant parents: the belief that Ame...
A Turkish bath session made me realize covering up isn't about concealing.
My beliefs as a conservative evangelical teenager were dogmatic and fervent — until they weren't. Now I know there was never any place in that faith tradition for someone like me.
Seth Cohen made up the Christmas and Hanukkah holiday combo in season one of the teen drama. Now it's taken on a life of its own.
Mike Farris hated the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision, and he loudly ridiculed Donald Trump's run for president. But now he's taken a big gay wedding cake case all the way to the case all the way to the Supreme Court, vying for a major victory in the fight against gay rights.
This might be the most goth thing the Catholic Church has allowed.
The very weird tale of how American board games used to teach you how to get to heaven, and later, how to make bank.
How a controversy at Stanford University in 1989 set the tone for today's toxic Internet culture.
How a model detective ended up sending the wrong people to jail.
We're not sure if this video is 100% serious or partially a parody but... we sort of believe?
A new lawsuit focuses on a district whose governing board is dominated by ultra-Orthodox Jews who send their kids to private schools.
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