Two stories from the 1967 Six-Day War concerning David Ben-Gurion, and Yasser Arafat illustrate the heart of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
In the Soviet Union, the exploitation of religious fervor helped foster one of the most murderous regimes in history.
Richard Dawkins’s 2006 book, The God Delusion, severely criticizes any belief in a personal, all-powerful God and vigorously promotes atheism.
Vision examines the predictions of futurologists such as Ray Kurzweil who believe that advances in technology will allow humans to transcend their biology.
The newly translated “Gospel of Judas” is the latest pseudo-Christian text to generate interest and grab the public’s attention.
Though the idea that motherhood zaps the brain cells is fairly well-entrenched, recent studies offer some great news countering this myth.
The apostle Paul travels to the city of the goddess Artemis to live and teach for three years before making his way to Jerusalem one last time.
A growing body of scientists, religious or otherwise, disavow Dawkins’s extreme secular fundamentalism.