How Religion Became More Conservative and Society More Secular: An Interview with David Hollinger
For all of the influence wielded and attention received by American evangelicals today, one could be forgiven for concluding that evangelicalism and Christianity are synonymous …By Eric C. Miller
How Queuing to Pay Respect to the Queen Became a Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage, like the British monarchy, is heavily steeped in imperial and colonial ideologies.By Augusta Thomson
Christians Love a Comeback Story. Too Often It’s Cheap Grace.
Despite increased pressure for disgraced public figures to leave the spotlight, it’s surprisingly easy to return to it—especially for Christian leaders.By Katelyn Beaty
The Future of Religion in the Metaverse
Companies like Meta are interested in creating partnerships with faith communities to make sure that future communal innovations are taking place on their platform and for their profit.By Chris Karnadi
The Faith-Based Politics of El Salvador’s Millennial President
Over the past three years of the Bukele presidency, the millennial autocrat has instrumentalized religion and devotional behavior to appeal to both local and diasporic Salvadorans to generate approval and bolster his legitimacy.By Amy Fallas
Can AIPAC Still Claim the Middle Ground?
The influential Jewish lobbying group has controversially backed Republicans who refused to certify the 2020 presidential election.By Jane Eisner
Liberal Protestants and the Polarization of the U.S.
An excerpt from the new book, “Before the Religious Right: Liberal Protestants, Human Rights, and the Polarization of the United States.”By Gene Zubovich
Zelensky Is a Jewish Hero. Some Jews Worry the Acclaim Won’t Last.
Ukraine’s history is rife with antisemitism, only made worse by conflict.By Jane Eisner
The Rise and Fall of Evangelical Influencers
Social media has changed the way that evangelical women live out their faith.By Katie Gaddini
States of Disbelief: Non-Believers Wrestle with Life After Religion
In a secularizing America, nascent non-believers wrestle with life after religion, with science as a candle in the chaos.By Elijah Hurwitz