The Red Pill community has been using Greek and Roman antiquity to bolster their credibility.
As the midterm elections approach and Christian speaker Jen Hatmaker wades even further into the political conversation, her influence over white evangelical women — the same demographic who have overwhelmingly supported Trump — will be put to the test.
Yes, witches can be male. No, they're not called wizards.
Their effort to make a lifelong commitment to God almost told them more about themselves — and each other.
What the canonization of Óscar Romero says about the Catholic Church and its embattled leader
He finds out I'm an earnest, practicing Christian; I find out he is not. And then I break it off with him by telling him I'm looking for a partner who shares my faith, or he saves me the trouble by getting weirded out and losing interest.
The 26-year-old is many things: New York Knicks center, devout Muslim, star of #NBATwitter, and enemy of the Turkish state. To Kanter, basketball is far more than a paycheck or even a passion. It’s a pathway to something he’s lost: family.
The genre has been disdained by the church and mocked by secular culture. That just reassured practitioners that they were rebels on a righteous path.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
Expensive, basic ‘Witch Starter Kits’ by Sephora and Pinrose reflect a worrying trend
The pontiff's silence speaks volumes as powerful conservative Catholic clerics, some of them colluding with Steve Bannon, try to force his resignation.
Bless us, sister, for audiences will have the living bejeezus scared out of them when The Nun opens in cinemas nationwide on Friday.
Earl Swift’s "Chesapeake Requiem" is unflinching about sea-level rise, but careful not to belittle the beliefs of those at the heart of the calamity.
Some newspapers are complying with a polite request from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to cease and desist from using commonly deployed abbreviations for the church and its followers. Specifically, no more "Mormon." And no more "LDS," even.
Structural changes alone won't fix the church. Priests like me must change the culture.
It was another dystopian morning online, as people opened Snapchat, the Weather Channel, the CitiBike app, the New York Times and StreetEasy to find that their maps labeled New York City as "Jewtropolis."
Millions of American children were placed in orphanages. Some didn't make it out alive.
Retired diplomat urges pope to resign over allegations against former archbishop.
Inside the movement of LGBTQ Christian activists, who are challenging America's most conservative religious ideologies.
Very few Americans in public life, however, particularly those who might want to win an election to office, have come forward to announce their nonbelief, as a matter of public pride, to a wide audience.
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