Mental healthcare has not always been accessible for Black Americans. Could churches be part of the solution?
The complicated system that determines the High Holy Days is a relatively new creation, dating to around 350 CE.
The popularity of the car reshaped Catholicism in the city, forcing churches to adapt their worship practices to attract newly mobile parishioners.
Wheat remains a central part of national identity in Tajikistan despite the mechanization of agriculture and decades of hostile Soviet policies.
The methods of Sufi meditation were regarded as secret during the early Mughal empire. Why, then, did Dara Shikoh feel the need to write them down?
Despite the repeal of Prohibition, alcohol consumption was an enormous political issue for many white American Protestants.
In the modern city of Tokyo, mature forests and trees form a spiritual bridge between past and present.
The sacred and emotional geographies of two Indian Ocean diaspora communities intertwine with elements of New Age spirituality in the megacity of Mumbai.
Queer Yiddishkeit challenges the notion that Yiddish is inherently heteronormative or conservative.
Spiritism appealed to Iranian intellectuals who sought to reconcile their commitment to science with their pursuit of moral reform.