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.
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.
For the Love of XenuScientology may be a bizarre faith invented by a sci-fi hack. But it's not a cult.
The Devil's in the DetailsWhy John Hagee's views on the Holocaust aren't the only reason for McCain to reject him.
"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.
Not All It's Cracked Up To BeWhy is the New York Times Magazine saying evangelical Christians are increasingly divided?
Spray-Fire AtonementHow cognitive behavioral psychology can help High Holy Day Jews who repent too much.