MAMMA — Mothers Advocating Medical Marijuana for Autism — doesn't want recreational weed. They just want relief.
In 1996, my uncle took part in a prayer ritual that left a woman dead. In the midst of new scandals, I began to wonder if his crime might be connected to the larger phenomenon of Korean religious cults.
While Christian films like "The Shack" are scoring big at the box office, they also incite the ire of true believers.
The culture war over religious morality has faded; in its place is something much worse.
Baptisms for the dead. Threats to believers' faith. Glimpses into the private lives of church officials. A Mormon version of Wikileaks aims to reveal the secrets behind Mormonism.
The scholar says his new TV show is just what minorities need. Critics say the opposite. What if both are right?
Inside the dark and inspiring games fueled by witchcraft.
Nike will soon begin selling a performance hijab for Muslim women athletes.
Megan Phelps-Roper was five when she first stood on a picket line clutching a hateful sign. It took a while, but she eventually saw the light, and her story is a powerful one.
When photographer Dan Sully found himself in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, he stumbled on an unexpected Christian tradition in the Danube's frozen waters.
Before interviewing the Dalai Lama, Oliver gives an overview of the longstanding tensions between Tibet and China — and concludes that the territory of Tibet has become a "gross human rights violation."
Growing up Jewish in America, it has usually been easy to forget the fear that’s part of my DNA. It feels awful to acknowledge that, right now, fear is reasonable.
New research suggests that psilocybin-assisted therapy may lead to "God moments" that can have surprising upside for people struggling with addiction.
He said that some of these people should also say "'my life is not Christian, I don't pay my employees proper salaries, I exploit people, I do dirty business, I launder money, (I lead) a double life'."
Fundraising organizer Linda Sarsour has received messages of love from Muslims and Jews throughout the country, as well as threats from conservative trolls.
After Donald Trump finally condemned antisemitism yesterday, the chief of the Anne Frank center — who has been vocally critical of Trump's relationships with Jews — and a Trump surrogate went on CNN to have a friendly chat. It quickly turned ugly.
Nina Rosenwald is underwriting the push to keep Muslims fleeing violence in the Middle East from entering the Western world. Her father was a great humanitarian.
Last September, Simona Sharoni, a professor of gender studies at SUNY Plattsburgh in upstate New York gave an interview to an online magazine in which she talked about the need to connect feminism and gender to the movement for Palestinian rights. The interview wasn’t out of the ordinary for Sharoni. She’s made her critiques of Israel public many times in the past. And Sharoni is used to receiving emails in response to her talks and her public comments—being open to opposing viewpoints is part o...
Young Muslims are increasingly going online to find their soulmate. But can fetishized "Insta-couples" really be the answer to the “marriage crisis”?
In 2014, my family moved from Jerusalem to the American Midwest. Now we are revisiting the survival plan we’d devised for crises in Israel.
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