A new book finds the roots of the “religious revolution” in the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Theodor Herzl.

John Wilson
May 6 2022 12:01AM

The Startup Wife, a buzzy new novel, has been hailed as a serious exploration of modern spirituality. All it explores is a tech-fantasy of hyper-individualism and personal fulfillment.

Aug. 24 2021 12:01AM

With a “spiritual” meaning.

Times of Israel
Feb. 11 2021 12:01AM

Enterprising divinity-school graduates offer new rituals for shapeless workdays.

Nellie Bowles
Sept. 1 2020 12:01AM

Why some Orthodox Jews are nervous about yoga, and why they’re right to be.

March 9 2020 12:01AM

Witches, SoulCycle, and the post-Christian future.

Ross Douthat, Tara Isabella Burton and Steven D. Smith
Jan. 27 2020 12:01AM

For Judaism, the outward life of religious behavior comes first.

Aug. 22 2018 12:01AM

Doggedly universalistic, obligation-free, and relentlessly focused on self-revelation.

Emma Green
Dec. 21 2017 12:01AM

The tale of the flattened shtrayml.

Peter Berger
Feb. 1 2017 12:01AM

“When science finally peers over the crest of the mountain, it will find religion has been sitting there all along.”

Alice B. Lloyd
Jan. 23 2017 12:01AM

It takes hard work to get to the divine.

Feb. 19 2016 12:01AM

“I’ve little doubt about the Boss’s power as a galvanizing spiritual personality.”

Feb. 10 2016 12:01AM

“I put them on, even though I don’t fully understand why.”

Dec. 31 2015 12:01AM

Halakhah vs. the dictates of the self.

Shimon Gershon Rosenberg
Dec. 15 2015 12:01AM