In San Diego, Fighting Islamophobia in the Elementary School

San Diego schools are starting early in the fight against Islamophobia.

Jehovah’s Witnesses: An Extremist Group in Russia

On Russia's decision to label Jehovah's Witnesses as an extremist group for a lack of patriotism, despite their belief in pacifism and nonviolence.

Easter and the Ethics of the Resurrection

Can one consider herself a Christian if she does not believe in the resurrection of Christ?

The Ethics of an Atheist Pope

Pope Francis has not said he is an atheist, but he has made statements supporting atheism over hypocrisy. What would the implications be if the Pope were an atheist?

Seeds of Doubt: The Under-Regulation of Televangelism

Televangelism promises viewers solutions to their problems if they donate to the church, but there is no accountability due to a lack of regulation.

Really, What Would Jesus Do?

Both as a historical figure and an ethical preacher, Jesus is remembered differently today than scholarly research suggests.

Identity and Pluralism in Merkel’s Call to Ban the Veil

What does Merkel's proposed full-face veil ban say about Germany's commitment to religious and cultural pluralism?

Curing HIV in a Creationist America

How should American creationists balance their faith and the medical advances that contradict it?

Lab-Grown Meat: Is it Kosher?

How should religious leaders accommodate lab-grown meat in belief-based diet restrictions?

Mother Teresa’s Canonization Controversy

On Mother Teresa and why even a saint has her critics.