Dr. Cyrus Teed’s cult-like religion attracted death threats and broke up marriages in late 19th century Chicago.
Cameron Esposito looks back on her defining moments in the memoir Save Yourself.
“This, too, is Torah,” says Danya Ruttenberg.
LDS Church “elders” and “sisters” use pedals to proselytize, with Jesus as their copilot.
Abu Shadi, who survived torture by the Assad regime, says he feels torn between Trump and an apathetic world.
DePaul’s Laith Saud describes his American life during a seemingly endless war.
Three religious leaders and Cook County sheriff Tom Dart spoke about the effects of gun violence and what the religious community should do to fix it.
Chicago-area resident Diana Cruz on living in Trump’s America
“Humans don’t know shit from shit in the grand scheme of things,” Kelly Baron says.
CAIR’s Hoda Katebi says her group is bracing for a Trump presidency by beefing up its legal team—and promoting self-defense classes.
Conversion therapy aimed at “curing” queer kids is harmful, fraudulent, and discredited, no matter who’s practicing it.
In Grace Without God, local author Katherine Ozment searches for a meaningful life that doesn’t require theism.
“You cannot worship a refugee on the run on Sunday and lock out refugees on Monday,” Jackson said.
“Climate change is not science,” the candidate told Glenn Beck. “It’s religion.”
A war between thought and belief is not a war of ideas.