(RNS) — As Jews approach the High Holidays, we need to avoid the sins of perfectionism, envy — and becoming couch potatoes.
We thought that we had entered a new age. We were wrong -- but the music is still great.
All along, Fred Rogers was preaching a special gospel. Or, Torah.
Paul Simon is now homeward bound. Aren't we all?
(RNS) — There were parts of 'Jesus Christ Superstar' that troubled me. But they're not worth losing sleep over.
(RNS) 'The Handmaid's Tale' is terrifying. It is also scandalously biblical.
(RNS) Leonard Cohen was a singer, songwriter and poet -- and a "rabbi."
LOS ANGELES (RNS) Alongside “Orange Is the New Black” and “House of Cards,” Netflix now offers users another type of content: Christian sermons.
(RNS) Jewish conversion seems to be all over the media lately. But what does it actually entail? Let us 'Splain ...
(RNS) Director Asif Kapadia's new film captures the British sensation's short, explosive career before she died of alcohol poisoning four years ago Thursday. But what about her Jewish religious heritage?
(RNS) Travel along, if you dare, with Bilbo Baggins in “The Hobbit,” which opens in theaters on Friday (Dec. 14). If you do, you will, essentially, be traveling in a world constructed on Christian principles. By Kay Campbell and Greg Garrison.
SAN FRANCISCO (RNS) It’s just another night of stand-up comedy at the Punch Line as Jesus takes the microphone. It's "Holiday Heathens,'' a December comedy show featuring humor poking fun at religion, written by atheists for atheists. By Kimberly Winston.
(RNS) Pope Benedict XVI starts tweeting on Wednesday, and like the Dalai Lama, the pope doesn't plan to follow anyone. Will the tweets be infallible? Will he use OMG or would that be sacrilegious? What holy hashtags will he create? By Regina Brett.
NEW YORK (RNS) In the end, even Kathie Lee Gifford couldn’t save the Broadway musical about a woman who saved souls. Gifford's Broadway play, "Scandalous: The Life and Times of Aimee Semple McPherson'' will close Dec. 9, a little more than three weeks after its opening. By Ansley Roan.
WILMINGTON, N.C. (RNS) ‘Tis the season for “Bah Humbug” and “God bless us every one,” especially as the world gathers to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. By Amanda Greene.