Church by the Glades
Men in Boardrooms
Myth and the Power of Stories
Evangelical Christianity and the Problem of Whiteness
A Story of One’s Own
The Orthodox Church in Ukraine has been under the authority of Moscow since 1686. Until the 2014 war with Russia, that situation bothered few. Now a growing number of congregations, approximately 500 so far, have joined a new independent Ukrainian … More
The new documentary, “Hesburgh,” explores the life of Father Theodore Hesburgh, who served as a long-time president of the University of Notre Dame and is recognized now as one of the most important civic and educational leaders of the 20th … More
Justice Halim Dhanidina was recently elevated to California’s Courts of Appeal, making him the state’s most senior judge of Muslim faith. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent David Tereshchuk talks with Dhanidina about engaging with supporters and critics alike, and setting an … More
The friction between science and religion goes back centuries. While the conflict often lies in beliefs and research, the common ground between the two is sometimes left unexplored. Researchers dive deeper into this debate.
As Humans – Hydration, Exercise, and clean eating are vital to our health and well-being. But what about religious practices like prayer and meditation? Dr. Andrew Newburg, Professor at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health, Studies the interplay between religious … More
The number of prisons in the U.S. has exploded from nearly 500 in the 1970s to almost 2,000 today, becoming a source of business for the architects who design them. But some in the profession are urging fellow architects … More
For centuries, churches have served as gathering places for communities around the world. Now worshippers are also gathering in a digital space. Here’s a look at how an innovative church is connecting people in the 21st century.
How would Brett Kavanaugh rule in Supreme Court religion cases? By Mark Silk If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to replace Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court, there is every reason to think that the court will become more accommodating to … More