In the World
Geoffrey Pollick reviews a book about the Coen brothers alongside their new movie, Hail, Caesar!.
Part one of a three-part series on religious violence by Suzanne Schneider. This month: “True Religion” and the Limits of Religious Freedom
Patricia Kubala explores the connection between drugs, healing, and spirituality online.
Patrick Blanchfield reflects on the long-standing entanglement of guns and religion in the United States. Part 2 of 2.
Patrick Blanchfield tracks the long-standing entanglement of guns and religion in the United States. Part 1 of 2.
Patricia Kubala watches “Al-Ahd,” Egypt’s first fantasy television drama.
Jahd Khalil reports on the role of the Salafi Dawa in Egyptian politics.
The fourth installment in a series of articles that Laura McTighe is writing for The Revealer about issues at the intersection of race and religion.
Stephen Pihlaja on free speech versus hate speech on YouTube.
A review of Frida Berrigan's It Runs in the Family by Alice Bach
Laura McTighe interviews Hakim 'Ali about religion, incarceration & black prison organizing in Baltimore, 1972-1978.
The second in a series of articles that Laura McTighe will be writing for The Revealer over the next year about issues at the intersection of race and religion.