Elizabeth A. Castelli tells the story of two women with the same name separated by hundreds of years and very different attitudes about wealth. Continue Reading →
Ryan T. Woods reflects on why character mattered less than political advantage to many evangelical voters. Continue Reading →
“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine. This month: People suffering from a disease that medicine won’t take seriously look to religion for answers. Continue Reading →
Drew Thomases reports from Bhakti Fest, an annual yoga, sacred music, and personal growth festival in Joshua Tree. Continue Reading →
Ed Simon reviews Apostle: Travels Among the Tombs of the Twelve by Tom Bissell Continue Reading →
Patrick Blanchfield interviews Randy R. Potts about his new project “The Bible Went Down with BirdieJean” Continue Reading →
“The Legend of Tarzan,” a much-hyped reboot of the popular relic of Western colonialism, suffers from its attempt to build a conscience into a character who never had one, argues Geoffrey Pollick.
An excerpt from Classifying Christians: Ethnography, Heresiology, and the Limits of Knowledge in Late Antiquity by Todd S. Berzon. Continue Reading →