When Martin Luther King Jr. visited the villa in Mumbai, India, where Mohandas Gandhi stayed in the 1920s, he had a special request: He wanted to spend the night in Gandhi's bedroom. It was 1959, 11 years
Dawkins's career in evolutionary biology might stand as an exemplar of the kind of life Hägglund urges us to live Years ago, the magazine US Catholic ran a headline that had the air of being written by
The Church of the Apostles, which is said to have been built over the house of Jesus’ disciples Peter and Andrew, has been discovered near Israel’s Sea of Galilee, according to a team of American and archaeologists.
Barton has little time for literalists who believe that the Bible's every word is sacred A quiz question, which is also a trick question: how many references to the doctrine of the Trinity are there in
As she grew up as a third-generation Jehovah's Witness, there were certain things Amber Scorah did not question. When, as a teenager, the community shunned her and prevented her from participating in father's
As Pastafarianism approaches its 15th year, the founder of the world’s silliest – or smartest? – religion reflects on how it came to be As F Scott Fitzgerald once observed, the test of a first-rate intelligence
Bart D Ehrman reviews A History of the Bible by John Barton The Bible is still the most commonly purchased, widely read and deeply revered book in the English-speaking world, important not only as Scripture
The Ranch is a mystery to those in neighboring towns, but is considered Zion to the about 400 polygamists who live there After church, Flint Laub, his two wives and their 10 children sat down at the kitchen