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On August 24, 2017 we had our 42,098,008th viewer! We are #1 on Google search for “NYC religion.” We were founded on July 9, 2010 and continue with your support. Thank-you so very much!
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We are exploring the postsecular city.

Join us as we travel down all 6,374.9 miles of our city’s streets, every alleyway and quite a few hallways to map and photograph every religious site and to interview clergy and lay leaders at the sites.

We are an incubator and educator for new ways of doing religion reporting and understanding the postsecular city. We are nonsectarian and nonpartisan and open to anyone’s cool and authoritative reporting on NYC religion.

We are a public square for the postsecular city. People of faith, people of no faith, liberals, conservatives–all are welcomed to journey together to make this city better for all people. Our warmest feelings are toward those who help the poor, the needy, and the abused.

Our crack reporter senses the Buddha is close.

RSS David Brooks, NY Times

  • The Coming War on Business September 22, 2017
    A quarter century ago, Sam Francis was championing the things that got Donald Trump elected last year.
  • When Life Asks for Everything September 19, 2017
    Two models of human development involve self, with one transcending it and the other actualizing it.
  • The Economy Isn’t Broken September 15, 2017
    For the last couple years, the market has worked more or less as it’s supposed to.

RSS Nicholas D. Kristof’s “On the Ground” blog, NY Times

RSS Rusty Reno’s “While we’re at it,” First Things

  • What Mary Teaches September 5, 2017
    A couple of decades ago, when I was a theology professor, I got a call from my father. He had two colleagues on the line, young lawyers who had been arguing with him about the Immaculate Conception. Both had been raised Catholic and were convinced that the doctrine applied to Jesus. Brought in as an […]
  • Googling Moral Purity August 11, 2017
    It’s a Larry Summers moment for Silicon Valley. Google has fired software engineer James Damore. His sin? “Advancing harmful gender stereotypes.” Continue Reading »
  • Recovering a Culture of Affirmation August 8, 2017
    How to be a European? This question provided the topic for the twelfth annual Vanenburg Meeting, an enterprise of the Center for European Renewal that gathers European conservatives for three days of reflection and discussion. I attended this year’s meeting and would like to report on what I took to be the highlights. Continue Reading […]

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HINGE — the future of religion discovered in Bushwick, Brooklyn

HINGE — the future of religion discovered in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

Sixty percent of Manhattan’s evangelical churches have started since 1978 — Washington Times

If you want to learn more about this evangelical renaissance in Manhattan, the first place to go is the incredible website, A Journey Through NYC Religions. ...

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"America is stronger because of the many Jewish Americans who bring such life, hope, and resilience to our nation."

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Chinese govt puts surveillance cameras & propaganda in churches

Chinese govt puts surveillance cameras & propaganda in churches

When your country's dream fails, you can get a surveillance state to maintain order.

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New York City without a church? Updated!

New York City without a church? Updated!

Tony Carnes and Pauline Dolle imagine a city without churches, Tim Keller offers a "catechesis" for a secular age.

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Improv with God. Part 6 of series

Improv with God. Part 6 of series

Andrew Nemr says that the great Choreographer teaches, those who dance together, stay together.

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Reading the Bible after 911. Part 5 of series

Reading the Bible after 911. Part 5 of series

The dancer had never owned or read a Bible until after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

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Andrew Nemr meets Gregory Hines & Savion Glover. Part 4 of series

Andrew Nemr meets Gregory Hines & Savion Glover. Part 4 of series

Improvisation contains a series of guesses and surprises. The result is living your dreams as they emerge. Be surprised!

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Andrew Nemr’s improvisational living in the United States

Andrew Nemr’s improvisational living in the United States

The beginnings of Nemr's tap dancing. Part 3 of series

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