Who are we? What are we here for?
The British maritime authorities want to see paperwork proving that the ark, a floating museum of Bible exhibits, is seaworthy before it can be towed from Ipswich, England, back to the Netherlands.
After working as a well-paid Republican operative, he gave up a lavish lifestyle to live in poverty as a self-proclaimed Jeremiah, calling out fraud in the name of God.
The author and public speaker attracted attention for her dramatic break with the Southern Baptist Convention this week.
In 1883, a manuscript found near the Dead Sea caused an international sensation. It was denounced as a fake, and soon vanished. But what if it was the only known source text for the Hebrew Bible?
No one knows for certain if Joshua, the Old Testament prophet, actually lived or where he might be buried. But for over 1,000 years, the sick and faithful have visited a Baghdad tomb said to be his.
In a small town in Kentucky, an immense replica of Noah’s ark looms over the countryside.
A conversation about Christmas and faith’s role in building a “beloved community.”
You know who really reduced abortion numbers in the U.S.? President Obama, with the Affordable Care Act.
A Christian evangelical who was shunned for her lesbianism, she became an influential scholar of the Bible, finding in it acceptance of L.G.B.T.Q. people.
Milo Rau has retold the Passion of Christ through the story of migrant workers in Italy fighting for rights and citizenship.
The Psalms are not silent about the rage of the oppressed.
“He did not pray,” said Mariann E. Budde, the Episcopal bishop of Washington. “He did not mention George Floyd, he did not mention the agony of people who have been subjected to this kind of horrific expression of racism and white supremacy for hundreds of years.”
Black Americans need more than a trial and a verdict.
The pandemic has put a stop to the activities of one of the nation’s most visible religious groups, Jehovah’s Witnesses.