Is there room in the movement for people who morally object to abortion?
Why some people are withdrawing from mainstream society into “intentional communities”—and what the rest of the country can learn from them
A new study suggests that conservative politicians in the United States, Europe, and Australia tend to be better-looking.
The Hollywood left is flawed and eminently mockable, but the backlash against Meryl Streep is misplaced.
Many transgender Americans have only been openly trans under an Obama administration that respected their rights. That is about to change.
The editor of First Things on Donald Trump and the limits of multi-cultural democracy
A conversation with Michael Wear, a former Obama White House staffer, about the party’s illiteracy on and hostility toward white evangelicals.
From mosque surveillance to new religious-exemption laws, a look at some of the issues likely to come up under Trump
Governor John Kasich vetoed a controversial provision that would have banned the procedure after a fetal heartbeat could be detected. This is just the beginning.
Some mainline congregations have seen a bump in attendance since the election. But the most powerful changes to come may be theological.
Trump's election has reopened questions that have long seemed settled in America—including the acceptability of open discrimination against minority groups.
A conversation with the Purdue University professor Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, whose new book documents the connection between Islam and hip-hop culture in the United States
The Archdiocese of Boston gave $850,000 to oppose an upcoming ballot measure—the second largest donation given to the campaign.
This November, voters will weigh a statewide proposition about condoms and worker rights.
Evangelicals at the school are tired of politics—and the party that gave them Trump.
The conservative thinker’s work is a reminder of how intellectually self-satisfied politicians and cable-news have become.
A new report finds that anti-Semitic death threats have increased significantly during this election cycle.
The misogyny of the 2016 campaign has stifled critiques of Clinton from progressive feminists and people of color.
A lawsuit in California and violent protests in Brooklyn have focused on the practice of ritual chicken slaughter. Is this anti-Semitism?
The issue finally came up at the vice-presidential debate on Tuesday night, showing why religion and conscience are important in this election.