Photos of a Million People Taking Part in a Little Known Christian Tradition
El Camino del Rocío marks the Christian holy day of Pentecost.
The Young Women Leading Nigeria's #MeToo Revolution
The movement has reached Africa's largest country after a prominent pastor was accused of rape.
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.
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.
Queer Clergy Tell Us What It's Like to Be Gay and a Christian Leader
"It's been difficult for many to accept that a gay person could become a high-ranking minister."
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.
Opheli Garcia Lawler
Holocaust Museum Slams Concentration Camp Comparisons
Surprise: Its chairman is a long-time Trump ally.
These Activists Think You Can Save the Planet with Meditation
I spent the day with the Dharma Action Network For Climate Engagement and went on a meditation protest.
Inside the Global Exorcism 'Boom'
So many people are needing their demons exorcised, the Vatican recently had to put on a dedicated "exorcist training convention".
When a Binding Contract With God Means Staying Silent on Sexual Abuse
Evangelical megachurches are leaning on a favorite tool of corporations to protect themselves from liability in the MeToo era.
What Ramadan Is Like When You Have an Eating Disorder
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
Jesus Would Have Been Cool with Weed, Says 'Christian Cannabis' Pastor
Craig Gross launched a new website to have a conversation with other evangelicals about using pot.