The Crucifixion: What to Tell Kids
A psychologist gives age-by-age advice
Was the Last Supper a Seder?
Q&A with Arthur Magida
Theology of the Hammer
Profile of Habitat for Humanity's founder
Woe to You Rich
Jesus and economics. By Marcus Borg
The Bible on Abortion
'Chocolat': A Cheap Shot at Lent?
By Richard Mouw
Prayer and Laziness
Overcoming inertia during Lent
"My Family Won't Let Me Convert"
Q&A with Pastor Paul
U2's Bono: Exclusive Interview
What Should a Church Look Like?
Living the Psalms
By Cynthia Bourgeault
Whatever Happened to Blue Laws?
The Next Pope
By Ralph McInerny
Polygamy: Two Views
Prayers & Profits
Starting the workday with Bible study
Window Into Heaven
A pilgrimage to Iona, Scotland
Left Behind: The Movie
Should I Feel Grateful During Tough Times?
By Brother David Steindl-Rast
Jesus: God in Human Form
Where is this in the Bible? Q&A with Ben Witherington III
Can Creed Make It in Christian Rock?
Think Enya With a Christian Gloss
An interview with Grammy-nominated Maire Brennen
Two books about food and faith
The Next Irish Catholics
Let Women Preach
A Pentecostal defense
Is Rote All Right?
Stock phrases in prayers
Teens interview teens
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An interview with Lorraine Kisly, author of "Ordinary Graces"
The Catholic Abortion Paradox
By Alissa Rubin
By Ben Witherington III
Listen to a Thomas Merton poem
The apocalyptic craze that fizzled
By Monique Parsons
Jesse Jackson's Journey Back
Michael Jackson: My Childhood, My Sabbath
The Top Religion Stories of 2000
Best Christian Books of 2000
Interactive Advent Calendar
All Christmas Features
Including music, quizzes, articles, inspiration, and activities
My Childhood, My Sabbath
By Michael Jackson
Why We Can't Clone Jesus
Special Halloween Section
Articles, recipes, links, and a "religious candy" taste test.
By Richard Mouw
The October bacchanalia turns into a religious issue for the nation's public schools
By Deborah Caldwell
Jerry Falwell With Perfume
John Stott is England's best-known Christian evangelical. But is this Anglican leader anything more than a fundamentalist in sheep's clothing?
By John Shelby Spong