How 'The 5 Love Languages' Became the Language of Love We All Know (and Love)

The quietly Baptist self-help book has broken its own sales records almost every year since it was published in 1992. The secret is its simplicity.


The Ultra-Orthodox Community's Sex Abuse Crisis Has Finally Reached a Tipping Point

Thanks to a new law, one of the most secretive and isolated subcultures in the United States is facing possible exposure.


A Judge Allegedly Called This Jewish Man a Slur, Then Sentenced Him to Death

A movement led by Jewish organizations is working to get Randy Halprin a re-trial based on alleged anti-semitic bias.


It Took a Protest at the Husband’s House to Get a Jewish Woman Her Divorce

Jill Robinson had been waiting for her “get” for over a decade, trapped and unable to move on with her life.


What Is Birthright and Why Is It So Controversial?

Everything you should know before deciding whether or not to join the free 10 day trip to Israel.


Turns Out a Lot of Christians Are Against Trump's Pro-Christian Agenda

A new group called Christians Against Christian Nationalism has formed in the U.S. to fight for the rights of other religions.


For Women of Colour, Family Shame Can Make Abortions Traumatic

In households where it's common to keep dating a secret, an unplanned pregnancy brings up many challenges.


Christians Care About Climate Change If It's About Saving 'God's Creation'

A new study shows that climate change can be more of a Christian issue—if we speak their language.


If Climate Change Makes You Feel Hopeless, Maybe Religion Can Help

People suffering from climate despair are turning to spiritual leaders. This is the advice they get.


Holocaust Museum Slams Concentration Camp Comparisons

Surprise: Its chairman is a long-time Trump ally.


When a Binding Contract With God Means Staying Silent on Sexual Abuse

Evangelical megachurches are leaning on a favourite tool of corporations to protect themselves from liability in the MeToo era.