The Museum of the Bible’s colorful exhibit features a copy of the Scriptures given to enslaved Africans in British colonies in the 19th century as a way to convert them to the Christian faith.
Communities and entire nations who do the least to contribute to rising greenhouse gas emissions bear the enormous burden of climate disaster first and worst on their bodies and their livelihoods.
Enrique Jiménez makes use of artificial intelligence to fill in the many tantalizing gaps in the surviving texts written on clay tablets by scribes in early urban societies 3000 years ago.
Traditionalist Catholics don’t just follow leading alt-right figures, they share, like, and comment on their ideas.
Chavalan-Sut is among a number of immigrants taking sanctuary at houses of worship who have received letters from immigration authorities threatening them with huge fines under the latest move by the Trump administration.
I’ve been trying to brace myself and let go at the same time. But loss is not a mid-term exam that we can study for — it comes whether we’ve practiced for it or not, and always seems to find us unprepared.
In Becoming Mona Lisa, Sassoon argues that Da Vinci’s work held nowhere near the cultural recognition it does now before it was stolen on August 21, 1911.
To be anti-death penalty is simply to insist that we can deal with violent crime without mirroring the violence and taking another life.
Five questions to help you compare yourself with your neighbors in the United States.
Language, dialects, and power structures are inherently tied together — but language can also work to help people understand and respect each other.