The whole world knows the Holocaust happened, but Lipstadt and her legal team had to prove it. Watch the trailer, read the reviews here.
Warren ThrockmortonThomas Jefferson and Benjamin Rush on Electing Gods
In this article, the narrative casts imperfect Trump as a modern day imperfect Samson from the Old Testament.
Capitol & CathedralWhat Does "Confessional" Mean During This Election?
I have taken to using the descriptor confessional to refer to Christians self-consciously rooted in a specific theological tradition.
Truth to PowerWhat Would Malcolm X Say to Lil Wayne?
Despite the artist's claim that he has never experienced racism, Malcolm X would cite lyrics within Lil Wayne's own songs that attest to its realities.
Voodoo UniverseThe Truth About Vodou vs. Hoodoo
For many centuries the Afro-Diasporan traditions of Hoodoo, New Orleans Voodoo, and Haitian Vodou were shrouded in secrecy.
Lisa Duffy: A Million Unheard Souls3 Big Mistakes Divorced Catholics Make
Dating after a divorce can be a harrowing experience if you're not prepared.
Unfundamentalist ParentingJohn Piper, Children, and Suffering
Though I disagree with much of Piper's argument, we both care for children, and this question, "How do we prepare our children for suffering?" is worth addressing.
The Peripatetic PreacherDreaming the Right Dreams
When our old folk dream, I want dreams of peace for all the world. When our youth see visions, I want them to be of unity and wholeness for the entire cosmos.
Poisoner's ApothecaryThe Birth of the Magus
I was intrigued to discover that the Magician we all know and love wasn’t always part of the Tarot as we know it.
AltmuslimModern Muslim Fashion Show Caters to Mixed Audience
Modest fashion shows within the Muslim world usually take place in all-women settings. But Malikah Festival decided to go mixed-gender.
Standing On My HeadWho Says You Can't Afford a Beautiful Church?
One of the most common misconceptions about traditional church architecture is that it has to be expensive.
AestheismWhere to Go? Destinations and Mormon Shame
By equating Jesus—the personification of goodness—with the LDS church, Ballard then insists that the person who puts the LDS church aside puts goodness aside.
Religion Q&AIs the Bible So "Dangerous" It Should Be Banned?
The Bible is the most-purchased and least-read book of any. Should we discourage the reading of this dangerous book? No. Here's why.
Unfundamentalist ParentingLeaving Fundamentalism Is Like Moving Away
You leave fundamentalism, so you think, but you find yourself being fundamental, well, about not being fundamental.
Schaeffers Ghost"Cameraperson" Points Its Lens at Both Death and Life
Kristen Johnson's new film threatens to become morose but actually provides moments of transcendence and deep human connection.