(The Conversation) — QAnon’s conspiracy rhetoric goes beyond the level of ‘us versus them’ to a matter of cosmic good versus monstrous evil.
(RNS) — Mutual aid groups are partnering with churches to set up donation drives and tent distribution centers with hygiene kits, school supplies, clothing and food.
(RNS) — If the Illinois senator becomes a national candidate it’s likely the Founding Father’s faith tradition will come to be as controversial as it was in the 19th century.
(RNS) — Movement chaplains are providing spiritual and emotional care to activists before, during and after a protest or demonstration.
(RNS) — Followers of the online Q and white supremacism yearn for a world in which everything makes sense and where they at last have a role to play.
(RNS) — On the eve of the 2020 elections, Gen Z-ers are on the verge of using their digital tools to counteract the political establishment.
(RNS) — We are experiencing a dot-com bubble for spirituality, a free marketplace of innovation and religious disruption.
(RNS) — Lifting up the names of victims ‘is literally almost resurrecting a spirit so they can work through us,’ Cullors said.
(RNS) — Christians and New Agers alike tend not to concern ourselves with human bodies, and too often talk of actual justice is hushed for the sake of unity or good vibrations.
(RNS) — How indigenous women are leading the fight to protect one of North America’s last wild places, sparking a cultural and spiritual renaissance.
(RNS) — Americans, distrustful of institutions that would prescribe knowledge for us, have been especially prone to believe what they see online.
(RNS) — From hashtagged photos posted on Instagram to immersive apps, digital pilgrimages are making spiritual journeys possible for the faithful, even as they stay home.
(RNS) — Faith groups are attempting to address the issue of funerals by instituting new policies designed to offer some semblance of comfort for the bereaved while keeping others safe from infection.