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Exploiting an imagined “Native Americanness” for profit or pleasure is a common feature of . . .
Divine food can give people access to privileged knowledge, supernatural realms, or transform them . . .
Charles Halton talks with Peter Enns about his new book, The Sin of Certainty, the . . .
Jesus may not have been the moral exemplar he is so often considered to be. . . .
Can the ideal of global sustainability serve as a modern form of transcendence? Kristian Petersen . . .
In this month’s episode, Tim Hill and Dan Clanton speak with Todd Green of Luther College about . . .
Can the religious texts and traditions of Judaism be authoritative and sacred while also being . . .
The final utterances of Jesus Christ on the cross are particularly meaningful to his followers. . . .
Why is religion so important for thinking about global health today? This a special edition of . . .
A haunted present is often the symptom of a repressed past. Dave Krueger speaks . . .