Apart from divine authority, is there an ethical basis for right and wrong?
Research shows that bone fragments of Jesus's (possible) brother belong to someone else.
Christians and Muslims that pick out unconscious patterns are more likely to believe in a god.
A federal court ruled that the state of Kentucky was wrong to deny a man's request for a personalized license plate reading "IM GOD." Here's why that's a win against atheist discrimination.
How deep are America's cultural fault lines? Depends on which data you crunch.
Jokes so cheesy even French philosophers will love them.
Does God exist? The answer rests outside the "normal" boundaries of science.
Symbols are often used to help people get an idea of higher, often ineffable, truths.
Is it saying too much to say something doesn't exist when you have no evidence either way?
Was Jesus a real historical figure? Here's what we know.
From psychology to neuroscience, what we believe is not nearly as relevant as why we do.
Thousands of churches are left behind every year in America.
Where is God? Michelle Thaller lays out a cosmic view of religion, science, and the human condition.
Maybe we should stop worrying about what happens after we die, and make the best of what we have on earth right now.