American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us

by James Croft

American religion is a conundrum. Americans manage to combine deep religious devotion with wide religious diversity, all the while remaining remarkably tolerant of each... Read More

FICTION: A Day in Heaven

by Joe Murphy

It’s a beautiful day in heaven, as all days are. Renowned scientists and mathematicians are lodged here, in a special section of paradise (and... Read More

How Do We “Do” Humanism?

by Michael Werner

It seems we nontheists go by many names—atheist, secularist, freethinker, humanist, secular humanist, rationalist, agnostic, and so on—as if these differences actually mean something.... Read More

Belief and a Change of Fortune

by Fred Edwords

In February 2007 famed British athlete and born-again Christian Jonathan Edwards resigned from Songs of Praise, BBC television's flagship religious program. The reason? According... Read More