Children should feature in more than just vacation Bible school stories. Here are some unique, kid-focused article ideas.
The marriage of science fiction and religion is undergoing a revival in popular culture.
Angela Larian is an artist in Los Angeles who bases some of her work on the works of the Sufi poet Rumi and Zoroastrianism. Her latest series, “Khoda,” the Persian word for God, is currently being exhibited in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Contact through the Make Agency.
Paul Cartledge is a professor at Clare College at Cambridge University in Cambridge, England. He is an expert on ancient Greece and has written extensively about the religious roots of the ancient Olympics.
Cynthia Eller is a professor of religion at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, Calif., where she specializes in women and religion and New Religious Movements. She has written several books on women and religion in prehistory and contemporary feminism.
Katrina Lantos Swett is the chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and president of the Lantos Foundation for Human Rights and Justice. She is an expert on religious freedom and human rights issues around the world.
The main website of the Om Sakthi movement posts a page on the history and objectives of the movement.
Kevin Schut is a professor of media and communication at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada. He studies the intersection of religion, culture and technology, with an emphasis on video games. In 2013, Schut published Of Games and God: A Christian Exploration of Video Games.