A new book finds the roots of the “religious revolution” in the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Theodor Herzl.
Some great works of cinema, coupled with small, easily digestible doses of piety.
A sensibility that stands in marked contrast to trends in other countries.
Has modernity really created any more bitterness and division than there always was?
Forty-four states permit religious exemptions from vaccines, but many religious authorities are loath to support them.
When it comes to religious parenting, be hands on.
After other crises, people turned to God. Not this time.
When an administrator at Columbia told Jewish students to violate Rosh Hashanah.
Kabbalah in the colonies.
“Christianity’s walking dead.”
Godlessness and man at Harvard.
Can these institutions maintain their commitment to traditional sexual morality in the face of changing civil-rights law?
Do the great religions have an expiration date?