In “Losing their Religion," PRA gathered four people from backgrounds spanning the Christian and evangelical spectrum for a roundtable discussion about leaving one’s faith community.

Although the Christian Right may frequently seem to set the standard for regressive politics, it’s hardly alone. As Adam Lee writes in “What’s the Matter with Secularism?," between the strident Islamophobia and pseudoscientific racism of brand name atheists like Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris, and the ambient misogyny of the movement’s lesser YouTube stars, “New Atheism” has developed a troubling relationship with the Alt Right.

Since the 1990s, as Chrissy Stroop writes in “The Struggle for LGBTQ Inclusion at Christian Colleges and Universities,” LGBTQ students at the nation’s evangelical and fundamentalist institutions of higher education have fought for their right to exist on some of the most hostile ground imaginable.

In “Book Review: Pure," Rev. Ashley Easter reviews Linda Kay Klein’s acclaimed new memoir about the evangelical purity movement that arose in the ’80s and ’90s.