RISEN: A New Movie from Columbia Pictures
Directed by Kevin Reynolds
Starring Joseph Fiennes as Clavius, Tom Felton as Lucius, Peter Firth as Pontius Pilate, and Cliff Curtis as Yeshua, RISEN is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer.
The Table SpreadPresident Obama and a Renewed Commitment to Religious Pluralism
President Obama's mosque visit was not a magic bullet to cure every problem or resolve every grievance.
Cosmos the in Lost"The Name of God Is Mercy": The Power of a Broken Heart
In his new book, Pope Francis proposes a Church of shattered hearts.
Standing On My HeadCan a Catholic Vote for Bernie Sanders?
Could you vote for a candidate because you favor his stance on economics while you hold your nose over his position on family and life matters?
American Buddhist PerspectiveThe Tibetan Feminist Collective
In this interview, co-founder Tenzin Pelkyi explains how this group challenges patriarchal norms in culture/society (both in Tibet and in exile).
Muslimah Next DoorAppeals Trial Begins with Show of Support
The global support for Adnan Syed speaks volumes for the common human themes that bring people together.
Glory SeedHow to Short the Welfare State: Invest in Home Economics
I'm investing in small, local institutions. And at the center of my strategy is the household.
Faith on the CouchLiving the "Little Way" of Family Life
Our homes can become saint-making machines through the transforming power that exists behind even mundane tasks of family life.
Carl GreggRewatching "Groundhog Day" as a Spiritual Practice
As Phil changes his piece of the puzzle, his actions have powerful effects. We can't change everything, but we can change that which is in our control.
Rational Doubt"God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction": A Review
Dan Barker's newest book uses Old Testament texts to expose the full character of Yahweh.