WASHINGTON (RNS) — A number of books and films with religious themes — like ‘The 10 Commandments’ and ‘The Prophet’ — entered their literary afterlife this month. Published in 1923, the works are now in the public domain.
Woody Allen doesn't understand Judaism's most profound teaching. He is not alone.
(RNS) The connection between belief in life after death and religious teaching may be more tenuous than widely assumed.
MADRID (RNS) The 500th anniversary of the death of Hieronymus Bosch provides viewers a glimpse into the work of the man who created our modern vision of hell. It's not for the squeamish.
Books and films on heaven and near-death experiences came under scrutiny in 2015. Theologian Scot McKnight says that the topic has become muddled with myths and extra-biblical notions.
(RNS) If nothing else, the persistence of a divided evangelical mind in regards to afterlife testimonials should remind us that there is no such thing as a monolithic evangelicalism in America.
"New York Times" bestselling author Preston Sprinkle says bad things are not God's judgment on people and grace is "not just a New Testament thing."
A majority of Americans believe in heaven and hell, yet they shy away from discussing the latter. Here's three reasons why.
On SNL this weekend, Louis CK asked how we can be sure that God doesn't exist. Have we looked everywhere?
*Update: An editor at HarperOne, the publisher of Rob's book, has explained to me that the video posted below is NOT the official trailer: "That was simply a behind-the-scenes video ...