Sometimes the pursuit of gender equality requires a little witchcraft.
They're Satan's minions, no?
The Spiritualist, a newspaper published from 1869-1882, is filled with tales of supernatural phenomena and tips for communicating with the dead.
The late religion scholar suggested that to regain a sense of wonder, we should look to education.
The transcendentalist was big on Asian texts—at least as he understood them.
The ancient Mediterranean was full of religious expression, and Kemetic culture's concept of a divine family influenced early Christians.
People who don't follow organized religion sometimes describe themselves as spiritual. But this idea isn't a recent invention.
Some nineteenth-century women writers argued that the first Christians included women who were close to Paul—and maybe apostles themselves.
The Baul and Fakir lineages understand the cosmos through pairs of opposite essences, including male and female.
As far back as the 1940s, religious LGBTQ people organized groups and congregations that welcomed them.