On Tuesday the Supreme Court heard arguments for Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. The case addresses whether a business can be forced by the Affordable Care Act to provide its employees with contraceptive coverage when it is against the owner’s religion. The central question then, is this: do businesses have freedom of religion? Given that corporations are, in fact, ... Read More
On the Newsstand:Religion
Why Americans consider it politically correct to discriminate against atheists
Challenges for Christian minorities in Egypt.
What the TV star's dismissal tells us about employee etiquette and personal creeds.
The magazine explores the intersection of religion and politics, at home and abroad.
Several hot button issues currently standing before the Supreme Court and Congress could shift conceptions of just how far religious liberty extends.
HPR writers comment on the role religion has in their personal politics.
There are difficult and complex parts of the human experience that neither science nor even the most basic comforts can address.
The demographics of religiosity force questions about the nature of truth.
The Veritas Forum's discussion of pluralism proved disappointing at best.
In the high-powered, well-researched world of Middle Eastern border politics, everyone knows about the Golan Heights, the Litani River, and the Sinai Peninsula. But nobody’s ever heard of Ghajar. A bucolic riverside village of 2,000 in the Galilee’s far north, Ghajar could fit inconspicuously anywhere on the Syrian, Lebanese, or Israeli landscape. Until regional tumult during 1967’s Six-Day War between ... Read More