He was a childhood “friend.” Here is the story that few people know.
No one changed modern worship like Debbie. May her memory be a blessing.
(RNS) — There is such a thing as ‘cheap grace.’ This is precisely not the time for it.
(RNS) — Can you simultaneously believe in God and the president?
The late Chadwick Boseman was amazing in “Ma Rainey.” Even more than you think.
Is COVID-era faith a Nehru jacket? Or a Brooks Brothers suit that simply needs a new tie?
Biblio-therapy for the ill at ease. That means — all of us.
(RNS) — You call a professional what that person wants to be called. End of discussion.
(RNS) — The family of the late British novelist and screenwriter has given the Jewish people an early Hanukkah gift: an apology.
(RNS) — That Iranian scientist was planning mass murder. That is all you need to know. Almost all.
(RNS) — You think it’s anti-Semitic to criticize Orthodox Jewish gatherings? Then you might want to rethink Judaism.
(RNS) — Trumpism, like other bad religions, denies science, identifies dark forces and denies reality.
(RNS) — You know that whole ‘light to the nations’ thing? That was Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. His memory is a blessing.
(RNS) — Cry the beloved country. No matter who wins.
(RNS) — Forget, for a moment, about the banality of evil. There is also a banality of goodness, and Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie finds it, despite itself.