A Cuban American journeys to the island his family fled more than 50 years ago, seeking answers about faith, freedom and the enduring power of ancestral legacies.
The State of Faith
At their peak, there were 5,000 Shakers. Only two remain. The faith group’s impact on America’s cultural and religious landscape will endure long after they’re gone.
The obituary for American Christianity has been written again and again, but the data tells a different story.
There is a cast of crusaders inching religious conservatives toward something more expansive.
A sermon from the U.S. Senate chaplain during a time of war and upheaval
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