Lisa Hickey finds something she can believe in. And it has everything to do with “good” and much to do with “men”.
What do we do when we have “downtime”?
Some people find God in church. Others find their own god.
Only a few parts of Buddhism’s much larger practice were transplanted into American soil in the late 19th century. Here’s how Buddhism changed when it migrated.
For the African-American community, Kwanzaa is not just any “black holiday.” It is a recognition that knowledge of black history is worthwhile.
If you’re a Christian and you’re ‘just sayin’ these…just don’t.
Atheism is on the rise in America. Secularism and scientific thought is creating a generation of voters with the ability to think critically about the issues. Will the popularity of disbelief give rise to a political party devoid of religious factions?
Nine final(?) cliches to strike from the Christian lexicon.
Ten things Christians say a lot, but shouldn’t.
Strange dreams in India lead to a self-realization
Jeremy John would like to see us deal directly with the concept of evil. Here’s how he thinks about it.
After all the hard work he’s put in, Rick Belden wonders if there are some things we just can’t change.
Through emphases on dialogue and community, the Occupy movement has displayed a new brand of political and spiritual expression, writes Avi Zer-Aviv.
Men and women of every belief have been praying their whole lives, writes Paul Leroux, whether they’ve known it or not.
A trip to the Grand Tetons fourteen years ago brought Roger L. Durham into contact with something profund.
A poem by Terre Spencer