It's not clear, though, whether it's spirituality or community that really makes the difference
Two Koran fragments in the University of Birmingham’s collection have been dated to the era of Muhammad’s life.
Józef Wesołowski is the highest-ranking Vatican official ever to face charges for sex abuse.
How a tired homophobic catchphrase was reclaimed—and changed forever—by the gay rights movement.
ISIS is as modern as Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib. They are all products of our age.
Fewer Americans say they have confidence in organized religion.
Muhammad cartoon contests ignore the many satirical voices of Muslim artists.
A blogger was hacked to death by machete-wielding attackers in Bangladesh on Tuesday, the third killing of an online critic of religious extremism in the Muslim-majority nation in less than three months.
There are almost 8 percent more religiously unaffiliated Americans than there were in 2007.
In Orthodox Judaism, only husbands can give gets, the document that formally dissolves a marriage under Jewish law. While most do, those who refuse wield enormous power over their wives.
Since the Arab Spring, Christians are routinely being killed and terrorized for their faith.
After years of slow but steady decline, Christians are being driven from the Middle East by ISIS.
Alex Gibney’s HBO documentary may not break new ground, but with a Galactic overlord like Xenu, the church’s story never gets old.
A court in Yangon sentenced the men for denigrating Buddhism.
Egypt’s Grand Mufti: The Prophet would not condone Islamist acts of murder and violence.
The Iranian-backed film, which will not show the Prophet’s face, has led to a rival Qatari production.