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Conservative Christians are out to restore their historical legal privileges.
Secularism is fundamental to liberal governance. But is it sustainable?
James G. Chappel
Two men test their ethical and spiritual mettle by raising and slaughtering pigs.
Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey
Spiritual warfare on the campaign trail
Fears of terrorism, and President Erdoğan’s rivalry with an exiled theologian, have become excuses for censorship and repression.
How has neoliberalism become so closely linked with evangelical Christianity?
It is becoming impossible to ignore the growing theocratic elements in a nation that sees itself as the only democracy in the Middle East.
Nigeria's recent election encouraged alliances among Muslims and Christians.
"Church planting" uses public schools to reduce rent and retake secular Boston.
— and how it became mainstream.
Aziz Z. Huq
Brazil's Spiritists, and their hero Chico Xavier, redefine religion.
It is when science directly touches faith that the conflict flares up.
Claude S. Fischer
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Shellyne Rodriguez, Billy Anania
David Theo Goldberg
Carmen Lea Dege
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