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April 26, 2024   •   

Testament: The Story of Moses, a Reflection

A recent Netflix number one movie was not a star-studded action adventure but a docudrama based on the story of Moses.

April 4, 2024   •   

Separated by Oceans and Generations of Tradition, They All Celebrate the Spring Holy Days in Their Own Joyous Way

“What you believe and what faith you profess don’t matter. The important thing is to believe something“

March 23, 2024   •   

Purim—Symbol of a Neverending Story

A minor Jewish holiday, Purim lives on as a symbol.

March 21, 2024   •   

Movie Review: The Zone of Interest

A searing portrait of the ordinary lives of mass murderers and our similarity to the perpetrators

March 20, 2024   •   

Disturbing Pattern of Mosque Demolition Continues Unabated in India

India’s historic Sunehri mosque is targeted for destruction

March 20, 2024   •   

Women’s History Month

To all the women who kept religious freedom alive

February 29, 2024   •   

Black History Month: Celebrating the Role of Religion in the Legacy of African Americans

How familiar spirituals were actually code to help slaves navigate the underground railroad and escape

February 21, 2024   •   

Canada Will Pay $10 Billion Over a Violated Treaty With First Nation Peoples

A great many people, living and dead, will reap a measure of justice.

February 21, 2024   •   

Fuyang Maizhong Reformed Church Raided Yet Again

Hundreds of pastors protest CCP action to shut down all but government-controlled houses of worship.

February 15, 2024   •   

Celebrating Unity and Tradition: Sadeh Festival Bridges Cultural and Religious Diversity

Adherents of Iran’s minority Zoroastrian celebrate Sadeh, an ancient festival that marks the end of the coldest winter days