The site of Pe’ Sla has been privately owned since 1876, but indigenous people have always been free to worship there. All that could change on August 25, when the land is set to be auctioned off.
How one photographer captured the continent from the sky—with a fan strapped to his back.
Here’s my invitation to you: Let’s take a month and intentionally notice those we would normally not see. Let’s interrupt old patterns of not looking into the eyes of “those people”—whoever they are to you.
Richard Wilkinson discusses inequality and the effects it can have on a country’s citizens.
There’s a biblical precedent for forgiveness—of debt. Why churches are standing by students on one of the Bible’s most surprising social principles.
In "Religion Gone Astray," three leaders—and friends—from different religions take on violence, exclusivity, gender inequality, and homophobia in some of their scriptures' most controversial verses. What they discovered surprised them.
Book Review: “Prophetic Encounters” reminds us that we are part of a long and rich tradition that is more than a series of isolated movements for social change.
Robert Jensen works through his underlying rationale for making moral judgments, as on meat-eating and abortion.
Decades ago, the legendary journey of the open-ocean canoe Hokule‘a revealed secrets of Hawai‘i’s past and sparked pride in native culture. Now, a voyage around the world offers a new generation lessons about Earth’s uncertain future.
Bringing personal warmth and serious scholarship to advocacy for marriage equality in Orthodox Judaism.
The historian has helped world religions unite behind a single principle. But can a worldwide charter for compassion become more than just a nice idea?
Ask an astrophysicist.
In the season of reflection, Christians around the world are focusing on being better stewards of creation.
An interview with the activist who made headlines when he was arrested while meditating at Occupy Oakland.
We’ve all seen what happens when religion and politics mix poorly—but does that mean there’s no place for spirit in our political lives?