When the second season of the TV show aired in Britain, it was credited with cultural effects including influencing fashion and fueling interest in spirituality.
Adam Morris’s history tells the story of the many colorful and charismatic religious outlaws who blazed through the American story.
The makers of the divisive anti-abortion movie — a word-of-mouth hit that a physician called misleading — say they’ve been shunned by mainstream media.
The satirical Second Coming series will be published by AHOY Comics. It was canceled last month by DC Comics after critics called it blasphemous.
Yemeni officials say they need help in recovering artifacts that have been looted from ancient sites and museums during the ongoing civil war.
Four new literary works revisit African history, refiguring age-old maledictions as a birthright, a special form of insight, a superpower, a redemption. Julian Lucas explains.
Young adult books now address every corner of teenage experience, no matter how dark or racy. But few authors dare to write about religion and faith.
Some new graphic novels and comics nod to holidays past and those to come. Let the new tales — and some classics — unfold.
In her memoir, “Why Religion?,” Elaine Pagels tells the story of her own deep loss and her search for answers in faith and spirituality.