A theologian uses two exemplars of postmodernity to argue against capitalism. By Fred Folmer.
Maurice Chammah reviews a new book on Egypt's swing towards public religiosity and the celebrities who reinvented their image as beacons of worship and charity.
S. Brent Plate interviews digital religion scholar Gregory Price Grieve, a pioneer in the emerging field of religion in digital games.
Jared Malsin reviews Matt Apuzzo and Adam Goldman’s book Enemies Within: Inside the NYPD's Secret Spying Unit and bin Laden's Final Plot Against America
By Elizabeth A. Castelli Reading Lucy Corin’s One Hundred Apocalypses and Other Apocalypses
S. Brent Plate continues his Intersections series with an interview with ritual theorist Ronald L. Grimes.
Folmer writes Butler Bass's idea for a better form of “spiritual” religion is a reclamation project of sorts: to bring back “capacities of knowing that modernity ripped apart.
An excerpt from Scott Korb's fantastic new book Light Without Fire: The Making of America's First Muslim College.
By Ann Neumann While Bergoglio's selection may have excited Argentina's 31 million Catholics, it's fair to say that it hasn't shifted the Vatican's center of gravity very much at all.