What Does It Mean to Say Jesus Was a Refugee?
Something has changed to make this message both widely popular and newly enraging.By Shira Telushkin
How Pat Robertson Changed Television and American Politics
Examining the television host’s legacy as he retires from “The 700 Club”By Miguel Petrosky
Is Kosher Pork Still Impossible?
Why Impossible Food’s new vegan “pork” product was denied kosher status.By Adam R. Shapiro
Covid-19 Vaccines: Why Some Christians Decry Them as the “Mark of the Beast”
Covid-19 vaccines are only the latest in a long line of new technologies that have been considered a sign of the end times.By Tiffany Firebaugh
Amid Covid Surge, Loved Ones Worry for These Unvaccinated Evangelicals
There is still vaccine skepticism among the faithful.By Jason Koon
New Research Suggests Christians See LGBT Progress as Threatening
Do Christians suffer in a changing America?By Clara L. Wilkins and Lerone A. Martin
The Changing Faces of American Rabbis
More diverse groups are joining the rabbinate across the United States.By Nomi Kaltmann
Faith and the Fight for a $15 Minimum Wage
Faith-based activists are pushing for an increase in the minimum wage.By Miguel Petrosky
Is Social Media Fueling a Women’s Rights Revolution in the Orthodox Jewish Community?
Women are taking to Instagram to call for divorce reforms.By Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt
These Online Learning Platforms Offer a Surprising Lack of Church-State Separation
The Covid-mandated rush for virtual learning has pushed some religious content into public schools.By Adam R. Shapiro