The movement spent 40 years at war with secular America. Now it’s at war with itself.
Images of Muslims around the world observing Eid al-Fitr and Ramadan this year
In Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, the Supreme Court has the chance to ensure that teachers are not the state’s robots.
People seeking to obtain an exemption from the shot have found that some clergy see no theological foundation for an excusal.
Unlike many other bigotries, anti-Semitism is not merely a social prejudice; it is a conspiracy theory about how the world operates.
Security experts maximize defenses. But places of worship need to remain welcoming.
Symbolic gestures aren’t what’s needed in the fight against anti-Jewish bigotry.
How the country came to view religion as a threat to national identity
These jurists appear to believe that questioning other people’s motives is uncivil and undignified—except when they feel like doing it.
A raft of evidence shows that caste discrimination has been imported from India to the United States.
Midnight Mass is a morally urgent critique of how faith can fuel everyday cruelty and violence.
Any useful analysis of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict requires engaging with an unresolved, frustratingly complex struggle between two national movements, each with a justified claim to the land.
Carson v. Makin could set a new precedent for how taxpayer dollars are used to fund religious education.
The Babylon Bee, an online satire publication, has become a popular destination for Christians disaffected with megachurch culture and right-wingers who crave clever commentary about the hypocritical left.
Dan Darling lost his job because he refused to “stay neutral” on COVID-19.
If John Seago and his allies get their way, abortion would be completely illegal in the United States. Would they be ready for the consequences?
The famous professor has found himself out of step with cancel culture and the search for political purity among progressives.
Backlash to the ice-cream maker’s decision to distinguish between Israel and the territories it occupies has shown that, for many Israelis, the distinction no longer exists.
Father James Martin isn’t quick to call out bias against his faith. But sometimes people go too far.
“Every single Christian of color who is proximate to evangelical spaces gets called everything but a child of God. And that’s just part of the work.”