Divinity consultants are designing sacred rituals for corporations and their spiritually depleted employees.
It’s not enough to hope for the best. Millennials are writing contracts for their relationships.
Should America’s only deaf football team take the knee during the National Anthem:
Comrade, meet Cupid: China’s Communist Party plays matchmaker to millennials
Siberian shaman arrested on trek to exorcise Vladimir Putin
Alexander Gabyshev walked 1,700 miles across Russia before being held by police.
C-sections are all the rage in Brazil. So too, now, are fancy parties to watch them.
Worship, Dark and Steamy, for Murderers and Rapists
The federal prison system allows Indian sweat lodges in all of its facilities that are not high-rise buildings, said Michael Truman, a spokesman for the federal Bureau of Prisons.
What to do with your purity ring? Turn it into an art project!
What should Christian feminists do with their old “purity” rings, symbols of a patriarchal theology that has harmed countless women? Melt them down, says progressive Christian author and theologian Nadia Bolz-Weber, and create something completely new. In certain evangelical Christian circles, the rings were given to young girls as symbols of a pledge they made to abstain from sex until marriage. But the rings ― and more broadly, the Christian purity culture of the 1990s and 2000s ― also shamed young girls into disconnecting from their bodies, Bolz-Weber argues.
The Night Life of Bees
Adult-only spelling bees, born of nostalgia and spiked with alcohol, have become increasingly popular social activities for brainy hipsters in their 20’s and 30’s at bars and community centers from Brooklyn to Spokane, Wash. Gone are the days when the sole opportunity to demonstrate one’s spelling aptitude was in school. A new kind of bee has emerged, one where participants tackle baffling words between flirty smiles and sips of Yuengling.