- May 26, 2020
Iraqi Christians retake the occupied regions of Iraq after a two year occupation by the Islamic State only to find their heritage and history ransacked and in ruins.
A Franciscan priest and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, N.M., Richard Rohr believes that people in the early 21st century are primed to rediscover the idea of God as a Trinity, meaning relational, open and endlessly creative.
Your notion of whether or not the United States is a “Christian nation” could be colored by where you live. In Dallas, for example, nearly 8 in 10 residents are Christian, but in San Francisco, fewer than half identify as Christian – and the number of those claiming no religious
During the 92 days Wadie Ramses was held captive in the Egyptian desert, blindfolded and handcuffed, the most terrifying moments came when he could overhear his radical Muslim kidnappers debating whether to behead the Christian doctor or keep him alive to collect a ransom.
First, thank you for your concern. After admitting my faith “funk” last week following an evening with Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett, two leading proponents of so-called “New Atheism,” Crux readers rallied to cheer me up. Hang in there, you wrote via comments and e-mails, assuring me we all have
In many ways, Erbil is now a city in ruins that mere months ago was an up-and-coming commercial hub. Behind church walls, abandoned sport centers, and in the shades of half-finished buildings, up to 400,000 refugees await a more permanent destination that might take years to arrive.