The author of God Land discusses misogyny in church leadership—and why so many depictions of Jesus look like Brad Pitt.
An excerpt from Lyz Lenz's God Land.
The results suggest that our nation's polarization is spiritual as well as political.
The expansion of the social media company's hateful content policy doesn't go as far as initially promised.
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the Bladensburg Cross, a World War I monument, has effectively become secular.
Pete Buttigieg and Julián Castro have made their faith a pillar of their political platforms, signaling potentially larger shifts within American politics.
Gen Z is remixing and repurposing old spiritual practices to maintain a sense of community.
Many are no longer passing on the old sacred teachings, but they are imparting a new one: that everyone has not just a right but a duty to choose their own worldview.
The trend toward non-religiousness in this generation is probably here to stay. The upsides include increasing levels of tolerance.
As missionaries spread across the South Pacific, they attempted to wipe out local tattooing traditions—but they failed in Samoa.
New research finds that emphasizing a call to stewardship can be an effective tool.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan championed the construction of the mosque, which has a capacity of 63,000 people.
A 40-foot cross that honors fallen World War I soldiers stands at a busy intersection on February 28th, 2019, in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Each weekend, Harris Zafar drives into downtown Portland and allows anyone to ask him anything about Islam.
The National Prayer Breakfast is one of the few events that attempts to highlight unity over partisan divides, but prayers don't result in meaningful policy changes.
This year, members of the most diverse Congress ever opted for over a dozen different religious and non-religious texts in their swearing-in ceremonies.
Clashes broke out in southern India for a second day on January 3rd as Hindu hardliners went on a rampage, seeking to enforce a general shutdown in protest over two women entering Sabarimala Ayyapa.
A federal jury awarded $75,000 to a couple after their homeowners association tried to prevent them from putting on a week-long Christmas extravaganza. It's a rare loss for homeowners associations, which usually have a broad authority for Grinchiness.