Protest against Christian genocide in Egypt
March 22nd, 2017

A disturbing trend of violence against Christians in Egypt has some people worried about a revival of widespread hostility along religious lines. Why are Christians being targeted? Continue reading

A closeup side view of the Nike Pro Hijab
March 15th, 2017

Nike has announced their latest product line: the Nike Pro Hijab, a female athletic head covering for Muslim athletes. Loosely defined as a headscarf or veil that covers a Muslim woman’s head, the hijab is a key symbol of modesty … Continue reading

A technology God with all-seeing eyes
March 13th, 2017

In early March, WikiLeaks published a brand-new trove of over 8,700 CIA documents and files which expose a massive global surveillance and hacking program. Similar to the world portrayed in 1984, “Big Brother” has the power to track and record everything you do. Are you comfortable living under an all-seeing government? Continue reading

Followers of Islam pray during Ramadan
March 9th, 2017

You’ve probably heard that Islam is the world’s fastest growing religion. But what does that really mean? Well, according to Pew Research Center, it means Muslims will outnumber Christians in the near future. Some people are worried that this changing dynamic will result in more violence. Continue reading

A controversial shirt that uses the pope's image.
March 6th, 2017

The Vatican has a problem: Pope Francis is too popular. While it’s always been common for the pope to be venerated on flags and medals, companies today want to use his name on products and buildings. Now the Vatican has had enough, and they’re pushing back. Continue reading

Over 100 Jewish gravestones were knocked over in a Philadelphia cemetery
March 3rd, 2017

The United States has been rocked by a recent wave of anti-Semitism. Across the country, incidents of threats and vandalism have sparked alarm and forced Jewish communities into action. One bright spot: they’re not alone in the struggle for peace. Continue reading

symbols from a variety of faiths
March 1st, 2017

To all our brothers and sisters: As members of a diverse community of faith, we have been saddened and disturbed to witness the recent uptick in threats against various houses of worship and religious centers across North America. This unprovoked … Continue reading

LGBT teens are at a much higher risk of suicide.
February 23rd, 2017

An astonishing 29% of LGBT teens attempted suicide in the past year, compared to just 6% of heterosexual teens. However, a new study links the legalization of gay marriage to a marked decrease in suicide attempts among this vulnerable group. Continue reading

A troop of Boy Scouts hiking.
February 22nd, 2017

The Boy Scouts of America recently opened up membership to transgender boys. Some characterize the policy as sensible and compassionate, while others were less than thrilled by the move. What do you think? Continue reading

"In God We Trust" on the U.S. dollar
February 21st, 2017

The debate is about as old as this country itself, and you need not travel far to find supporters for both sides of the argument. Many people insist that although Christianity remains the dominant religion in the United States, we are not, by definition, a “Christian country”. Others emphatically disagree. What do you think?
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