The Dalai Lama is aging. Who will replace him?
E. Young never really felt connected to Christianity, but Jesus Christ, Superstar offered an accessible way to explore the Bible.
The left’s antisemitism is getting more glaring, and it’s feeding right into the dangerous rhetoric of the right. It’s time to stand up for the Jewish community.
A row over Easter eggs has columnist Philippa Willitts scratching her head.
Should it be legal to force employees to remove their hijab? European courts think so.
Trump’s latest attempt at a Muslim ban includes an ugly dogwhistle about honour killings. Americans must see it for what it is, and resist it.
In the first episode of the Global Comment podcast, Omar Saif Ghobash discusses Islamic identity and culture with Nasser Ali Khasawneh.
At Christmas, the gap between the haves and the have nots feels especially acute.
Muslim women in the United States are living in fear after the election. Sarah Ghanem argues that it’s time to defiantly embrace their identity.
Pope Francis has issued a new synod, ‘The Joy of Love,’ but what does it really say about love, marriage, and which Catholics are welcome to return to the arms of the church?