Psychological and philosophical dilemmas abound in the second season of "Lost," a show that pushed the boundaries of science fiction.
Not a single person of any faith, anywhere, has ever or will ever have their religious freedom abridged by being denied the ability to hurt someone else.
The festival not only celebrates the Maccabean Revolt, but also the endurance and cohesion of the Jewish faith.
As a Jew, I believe the Supreme Court's "Hobby Lobby" decision is an affront to God and a frontal assault on freedom in every form. It is an abomination.
A few days ago when I started planning this article I expected to write a short, fairly straightforward description of the events surrounding Our Lady [...]
What would George W. Bush say if you had a few minutes alone face-to-face with him?
I was once a militant atheist. Now I'm a Jew. How did that happen? Read here to find out!
The Black Stone is one of the most revered objects in all of human history. Although it shares some similarities with the previous religious relic [...]
Is heavy metal inherently anti-religious? Having been virtually a lifelong metalhead, I can say from experience that many people, both within and without the scene, [...]