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March 20 2008 6:55 AMThat Curious Idea of ResurrectionHow early Christians grappled to accept the idea that Jesus returned from the dead.
March 19 2008 7:01 AMChanging StationsWhat's wrong with tweaking the Good Friday tradition to make room for child mortality, the environment, and other global problems?
Jan. 23 2008 1:06 PMDamned if She Does, Damned if She Doesn'tWhy an Orthodox institute's decision to ordain female rabbis isn't as revolutionary as it sounds.
Dec. 21 2007 11:41 AMCrèche CourseHow the nativity scene, a Christmas staple, has evolved.
Dec. 19 2007 3:58 PMSouthern Baptists vs. the MormonsMike Huckabee's and Mitt Romney's faiths have tangled before.
Nov. 2 2007 1:01 PMNot All It's Cracked Up To BeWhy is the New York Times Magazine saying evangelical Christians are increasingly divided?
Sept. 21 2007 7:25 AMSpray-Fire AtonementHow cognitive behavioral psychology can help High Holy Day Jews who repent too much.
July 24 2007 1:46 PMThe European ProblemHow American Muslims could become as alienated as European Muslims.
July 23 2007 11:53 AMIs Your Muslim Doctor the Enemy?How terrorist groups target middle-class Muslims.
June 22 2007 5:13 PMJust Say NoahEvan Almighty's appalling effort to pander to religious moviegoers.
April 20 2007 12:18 PMSaintly Bad BehaviorThe lives of the saints show us that being holy means being human, not perfect.
April 2 2007 10:14 AMHaggadah Better IdeaLet's stop improving Passover.
March 5 2007 2:50 PMWhitewashing Radical IslamMy Year Inside Radical Islam wasn't so extreme after all—and to suggest otherwise is dangerous.
Jan. 17 2007 2:14 PMThe Next Jewish ChallengeThey've tackled gay ordination. Now it's time to address intermarriage.
Dec. 19 2006 12:32 PMFore ShameDid the Vatican steal Jesus' foreskin so people would shut up about the savior's penis?
March 20 2008 6:54 AMHappy Crossmas!Why Easter stubbornly resists the commercialism that swallowed Christmas.
Feb. 6 2008 11:45 AMHow 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.
Jan. 2 2008 8:01 AMPentecostalism for the ExurbsJoel Osteen's God really wants you to dress well, stand up straight, and get a convenient parking space.
Dec. 21 2007 7:23 AMBye-Bye, First BaptistThe truly hip church rejects the old naming conventions.
Nov. 19 2007 7:20 AMThanks, but No ThanksThe debate over "the war on Christmas" spreads to Thanksgiving.
Oct. 4 2007 3:41 PMWith Malice Toward NunsThe priest sex-abuse scandal claims some new, elderly victims.
July 31 2007 3:57 PMFor the Love of XenuScientology may be a bizarre faith invented by a sci-fi hack. But it's not a cult.
July 24 2007 12:12 PMWhat To Expect When You're Expecting a Co-WifeWhy American Muslims don't care to legalize polygamy.
June 29 2007 1:46 PMRemoving the SplinterHow an American program bridged the gap between China's divided Catholics.
May 4 2007 11:24 AMRite TurnCan the Latin Mass make a comeback?
April 6 2007 6:43 AMEgeria and the Holy Week LiturgiesOne woman's travel diary and the difference it made.
April 2 2007 10:13 AMThe Passion of the PassoverWhy Easter doesn't overshadow Passover.
Feb. 19 2007 7:11 AMGoing to the ChapelHarvard wasn't the only school to appoint a woman last week.
Dec. 22 2006 11:55 AMGood RiddanceThe Episcopal split promises a stronger church.
Oct. 11 2006 10:27 AMA Bigger TentWhy religious conservatives are ready for a Mormon president.

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