Kelsey Dallas
article - January 26, 2022
A new course on interfaith leadership will help participants rethink how they behave online.
Yonat Shimron
article - January 25, 2022
At its core, secularism is an approach to governance, writes Jacques Berlinerblau in his new book ‘Secularism: The Basics.’ And critically, it is one many religious people, not just atheists and agnostics, support.
Don Abram, Janett I. Cordovés and Noa Nakao
article - January 25, 2022
Join IFYC on February 7 at 10 AM CT for an important conversation with Black thought-leaders, activists, and organizers engaged in on-the-ground efforts to destigmatize HIV and eradicate the virus.
Paul Brandeis Raushenbush
article - January 25, 2022
The metaverse has dramatic implications that should make all of us sit up, lean in, and claim our role in shaping the worlds within the world that is being created.  
Joseph Hammond
article - January 24, 2022
A chance encounter with an army chaplain put Colonel Khallid Shabazz's military career on a different path.
Yonat Shimron
article - January 24, 2022
Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, who survived a hostage-taking at his synagogue last Saturday, gave the closing remarks at an online White House briefing Friday, with an impassioned plea for civility.
Dr. Henry Goldschmidt
article - January 24, 2022
Rather than focusing on canonical doctrines, a workshop trains educators to teach “lived religion” -- all the creative things that people do with their traditions.
Ira Rifkin
article - January 21, 2022
The Vietnamese Buddhist monk, described as 'the second most famous Buddhist in the world, after the Dalai Lama,' by one expert, founded a worldwide network of monastic centers. He once said: "My life is my teaching. My life is my message.”
Silma Suba
article - January 21, 2022
Many content creators use their platforms to build community beyond their brick-and-mortar congregations, to dispel myths, break stereotypes and invite people from diverse faiths to get a glimpse into their lives.
Allie Vroegop
article - January 21, 2022
IFYC's innovative online learning experience, #Interfaith: Engaging Religious Diversity Online, offers lessons on how to approach others online in a way that leads to building bridges.
Tony Banout
article - January 21, 2022
Lessons from Thich Nhat Hanh, the person who nominated Martin Luther King Jr. for the Nobel Peace Prize and encouraged King to speak out against the war in Vietnam.
Raja G. Bhattar
article - January 21, 2022
What Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk and activist Thich Nhat Hanh taught me about the power of mindful breathing through art.
Christopher Beem
article - January 20, 2022
A scholar of democratic virtues explains why Dominican monk Thomas Aquinas’ thoughts on hope are relevant today.
Monique Parsons
article - January 20, 2022
From covering spirituality in Silicon Valley to writing an online newsletter about her own journey to Judaism, reporter Nellie Bowles keeps finding innovative ways to reflect on religion and technology.
Paul Brandeis Raushenbush
article - January 19, 2022
Six ways religious and spiritual leaders can help the internet serve their communities right now.
Omar Suleiman
article - January 18, 2022
At the request of his editors at Religion News Service, Omar Suleiman writes about waiting with hostages’ families.
Adelle M. Banks
article - January 18, 2022
Regardless of what happens on Capitol Hill, the PNBC leaders said they plan to lobby Congress in March and register voters weekly in their congregations and communities.
Michael Warren and Jeff Martin
article - January 17, 2022
A day before the U.S. Senate was expected to take up significant legislation on voting rights that is looking likely to fail, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s eldest son condemned federal lawmakers over their inaction.
Yonat Shimron
article - January 16, 2022
The congregation’s rabbi, Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, is particularly well connected to the larger interfaith community and on good terms with many Muslim leaders.
Monique Parsons
article - January 14, 2022
In his new book, Princeton historian Julian E. Zelizer reexamines the life of Abraham Joshua Heschel and finds lessons for interfaith political activism today.
Adelle M. Banks
article - January 13, 2022
King drew criticism from Billy Graham, who told journalists that he thought King was wrong to link anti-war efforts with the civil rights movement.