Many of us are uniquely crippled and begging for someone to do something for us. When we learn to manage ourselves, especially our spirits, others will look at us with awe and wonder at us.
The Washington Times and Fox News report on a couple of studies concluding that belief in a God is associated with relief of depression. I find it plausible that such an association exists.
Ignorance of different religious traditions in global geopolitics is everyone's enemy, and it is going to exacerbate two increasingly vital issues in the years ahead.
In the Gospels Jesus says, "It is mercy I desire, not sacrifice." Here's a novel idea for Lent: why not take Jesus at his word?
Anyone care to provide a theological foundation for the Republican policy preferences for the rich and for war? I would really like to see it.
I've recently been invited to a couple of gay weddings. So -- what with being Christian and all -- I asked myself the famous question, "What would Jesus do?"
It remains unclear which group will win the war over Israel's identity. The Ultraorthodox are an entrenched interest group, but moderates are now courting a surprising number of conservatives.
We live in the Star Trek generation. Images of space travel are commonplace in movies and on TV. But most of us are oblivious to how drastically our w...
Might it be that our thirst for faster and more ubiquitous communication (snail mail, telegraph, telephone, email, text message, Facebook) strains toward some kind of mystical union?
The Great Recession bears some "religious" reflection, as the market has gradually become all pervasive -- a replacement for religion and even for God.
Con motivo de la Semana Santa, decidí responder a las preguntas más frecuentes que me hacen sobre asuntos cristianos. Mira si alguna de ellas puede ser tu pregunta.
Vengo de una generación, que aunque se arrodille ante un altar o diga "con el favor de Dios", es difícil que lo sienta en la inmensidad y profundidad de la fe porque simplemente nos "cablearon" para ser ateos.
En la intimidad de las cocinas, los dormitorios y las huertas de las casas sefardíes en los cuatro puntos cardinales del planeta, las mujeres, principalmente, han pasado el recuerdo hasta hoy.