My favorite moments in music performance are those when, as a member of the audience, I am able to make a connection to something personal — something musical that relates to something extra-musical, extending a memory or experience into the present space. Because I want music to be meaningful, it doesn’t take much — I am looking and listening for the connection.
“Let’s just say it: This Scripture makes church folk look bad,” said the Rev. Anna Carter Florence at the 9:15…
Monday morning’s session with the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program marks the end of my experiment practicing the art of meditating. Looking back on it now, I’m still wondering if I figured it all out or not.
To David N. Hempton, Europe has lost touch with the roots of its culture and is at a crossroads. The once- Christian continent is in an identity crisis amid an increasingly secular and interconnected world.
Chautauqua — with its many and varied activities — helps to keep people young. It brings out the youth in…
In 2014, the Rev. James Walters fulfilled a desire to visit Belgium and, specifically, the Ghent Altarpiece in the Cathedral of Saint Bavo.
In Europe today, Christianity is dwindling in the Western half of the continent while it thrives in the East. The explanation of this trend has to do with the repression of religion under the Soviet Union, the Rev. Michael Dahulich said.
There are two sides to every story, from the juvenile to the catastrophic. The same goes for both the rise of Islamophobia and the spread of the Islamic State group, Akbar Ahmed said.
Guest Column by Ulrike Guérot I am writing these lines during the eight hours of my flight to the United States. I…
According to Anouar Majid, Islam has not evolved from its violent origins as its fellow Abrahamic religions have because of its refusal to accept discourse or dissent from its followers.