Mitzvah MobilesCelebrating Hanukkah with menorah parades.
Witches’ BrouhahaFending off religious tourists and struggling to organize a coven on Halloween.
The Anti-Semite's Favorite Jewish PrayerThe centuries-long controversy over Yom Kippur's Kol Nidre.
Pro-Choices—PluralHow the Democratic Party is adjusting its approach to abortion.
Let the God Games BeginHow missionaries' attempts to evangelize at the Olympics were foiled.
How Sally Quinn Made Me a Better CatholicThe strange Tim-Russert-funeral, communion-blogging controversy.
The Devil's in the DetailsWhy John Hagee's views on the Holocaust aren't the only reason for McCain to reject him.
The Passover TestWhat the Passover Seder reveals about interfaith couples.
"God's Rottweiler" Becomes the Church's "Beloved German Shepherd"How Pope Benedict has disappointed the right.
That Curious Idea of ResurrectionHow early Christians grappled to accept the idea that Jesus returned from the dead.
Changing StationsWhat's wrong with tweaking the Good Friday tradition to make room for child mortality, the environment, and other global problems?
Damned if She Does, Damned if She Doesn'tWhy an Orthodox institute's decision to ordain female rabbis isn't as revolutionary as it sounds.
Crèche CourseHow the nativity scene, a Christmas staple, has evolved.
Southern Baptists vs. the MormonsMike Huckabee's and Mitt Romney's faiths have tangled before.
Not All It's Cracked Up To BeWhy is the New York Times Magazine saying evangelical Christians are increasingly divided?
Does Religion Make You Nice?Does atheism make you mean?
A Monastic Kind of LifeHow Catholic religious communities are trying to attract young people again.
An Aisha for All SeasonsWhy a controversial novel about the Prophet Mohammed's wife is nothing new.
The Chick-fil-A ChurchHow "video venues" are helping megachurches franchise.
"Good Muslim, Good Citizen"And other lesson plans from U.S. prisons in Iraq.
It Doesn't Take an EinsteinThe problem with using scientists' words to support religious beliefs.
Loving and Leaving the Head ScarfWhat hijab's revolving door says about the religious mobility of American Muslims.
Short Creek's Long LegacyHow a failed 1953 raid shaped the relationship between polygamists and the government.
Happy Crossmas!How Easter stubbornly resists commercialism.
Happy Crossmas!Why Easter stubbornly resists the commercialism that swallowed Christmas.
How the Grinch Stole Chinese New Year The government has banned many of the traditions associated with Chinese New Year—but the holiday may be staging a comeback.
Pentecostalism for the ExurbsJoel Osteen's God really wants you to dress well, stand up straight, and get a convenient parking space.
Bye-Bye, First BaptistThe truly hip church rejects the old naming conventions.
Thanks, but No ThanksThe debate over "the war on Christmas" spreads to Thanksgiving.
With Malice Toward NunsThe priest sex-abuse scandal claims some new, elderly victims.