Five hundred years after posting his ninety-five theses and launching the Reformation, Martin Luther remains a big man of history. Literally.
Despite the high rates of religious adherence in the United States, fewer Americans are reading the Bible than at any point in history.
Like for real real.
Some 19th-century utopian idealists took up deeply unconventional sexual arrangements based specifically on their religious beliefs.
4,000 years ago in what is now Jerusalem, someone was buried with a jar of headless toads. In fact, many ancient graves included food for the afterlife.
Because of its commitment to continuing revelation, Mormonism is replete with examples of individual doubt that have resulted in more, not less, religion.
In 1998, Pope John Paul II made one of his most contentious canonizations, elevating a Jewish woman named Edith Stein to the status of saint.
What's behind the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar in which the minority Rohingya people are being violently driven out of the country?
Rastafarians emerged from anti-colonial, anti-racism movements of the 60s, they also looked back toward their African ancestry.
Despite the Hajj's celebration of ascetic faith and brotherhood, there has always been plenty of profit made off the pilgrims traveling to Mecca.