A rabbi, imam, Episcopal priest and a Catholic priest. Millennial clergy on the challenges of reaching out to a country that’s redefining what faith means.
A prominent Christian conservative says it’s time for Christians to withdraw from modern, secular American life.
Twenty-three percent of Americans say they have no religious affiliation. What do they believe? And what does it mean for the country?
How should we talk about faith and God in these uncertain times? We put that tough question—and more---to a roundtable of religious thinkers.
More Americans are turning away from religion. We’ll look at how to live a moral life without it.
Islam and blasphemy. What it is and how it’s used and abused, from Charlie Hebdo in France to Saudi Arabia and beyond.
Pope Francis –“The Great Reformer” – just keeps shaking things up. We’ll take a closer look at the motivations of the Pontiff moving the Catholic Church and the world.
A conversation with a Jewish scholar and former Catholic priest turned writer about why Jesus’ Jewish roots matter.
We’ll talk with three young career women who have made the choice of their lives and found their calling---as nuns.
In the week of Passover and anti-Semitic gunfire, we look at the history of the Jews with acclaimed historian Simon Schama. Plus, Pope Francis and the Catholic Church today.
Noah’s Ark hits the big screen. We’ll talk with top theologians about the meaning of the story of Noah and the Great Flood.