A roundup of The Conversation’s articles about this holy Christian season and its history.
Chaplains have always provided spiritual care outside traditional houses of worship, but their significance is growing as Americans’ religious identities change.
America’s religious landscape is getting more diverse as people find new ways of expressing spirituality.
The ‘Spiritual But Not Religious’ are embracing different forms of spirituality – skateboarding may be one of them.
An anthropologist of Japanese religion met followers of Shinto religion online and found how they were building a community and sharing instructions on practice.
So-called Spiritualists split off from Martin Luther’s Reformation 500 years ago, but some of their ideas carry on.
The words “Christianity” and “progressive” don’t seem like they belong in the same sentence anymore. But to many progressive Christians, their religion has always been about social justice.
Canada is increasingly moving towards a secular culture. “Spiritual but not religious” has become our new norm – bringing with it ideas of mutual respect and protection for marginalized identities.