We’re not Arabs or Hindus or Muslims, we’re Sikhs.
"The equality of all people and all religions is central to our faith. We didn't want to seem as though we were saying, 'No! We're not Muslims! Don't attack us! Those guys over there are Muslims! Go attack them!"
By Abe Opincar, Nov. 2, 2006 | Read the full article
Non-Christians at Yuletide.
“When I was growing up in New York, before the period when we started calling this the ‘Winter Season,’ it was the ‘Christmas Program,’ and I was in a choir singing Christmas songs at public school. I could still give you a few verses of ‘Adeste Fideles,’ but I could never bring myself to sing the line ‘Christ the Lord.’”
By Robert Kumpel, Dec. 14, 2001 | Read the full article
After 30 years, Jeannette De Wyze revisits the Krishnas.
"The women with whom I lived took cold showers — and they showered every time they had a bowel movement. "
By Jeannette DeWyze, Aug. 3, 2006 | Read the full article
If not, did you ever wonder why people do?
One man's search for Christianity's core.
By Matthew Lickona, April 8, 2009 | Read the full article
Isn’t the Wizard of Oz a pretty good image of the Old Testament God — terrifying, all-powerful, full of bizarre commandments?
By Matthew Lickona and Scott Marks, Dec. 21, 2011 | Read the full article
Turning the clock back 2000 years is no easy task.
By Dorian Hargrove, Jan. 2, 2013 | Read the full article