Selected Links: Media and Communications

A working list of media sources, general and tradition-specific.

American Diversity Report

Auburn Media (Auburn Seminary)

Bahá’í World News Service

Back to Godhead: The Magazine of the Hare KrishnaThe International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), often referred to as the Hare Krishna movement, was founded by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977) who brought his tradition of devotion to Krishna to the United States in 1965. Thi... Movement

Christian Century

ChristianityChristianity is the religious tradition of Christians: those who confesses faith in Jesus Christ, follow the path Christ taught, and gather together in the community of the church. Today



DharmaDharma means religion, religious duty, religious teaching. The word dharma comes from a Sanskrit root meaning “to uphold, support, bear,” thus dharma is that order of things which informs the whole world, from the laws of nature to the inner workings ... Communications

Hinduism“Hindu” was originally a word given by the Greeks, then the Persians, to the land and peoples beyond the Indus or “Sindhu” River. The term “Hinduism” came into common use only in the 19th century to describe a complex and dynamic pattern of li... Today

India Abroad

Indian Country News

Indian Country Today Media Network

Interfaith Voices: A Public Radio Show Promoting Religious Harmony and Interfaith Understanding

Islamic Networks Group

Jain Spirit (archive available via JAINpedia)

The Jewish Advocate

Journal of Buddhist-Christian Studies

Journal of Buddhist Ethics

Journal of Southern Religion

Knight Chair in Media and Religion: Covering Religion in the 21st Century

Lilith Magazine

The LutheranLutheranism is a Protestant tradition following the theology of Martin Luther (1483-1546), the reformer who was excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church and launched the German reformation. He emphasized the sole authority of the Bible, the priesthoo...

MandalaThe Sanskrit word mandala means circle and, by extension, the whole world. It is used in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions to refer to the symbolic circles that represent the entire world, with all its divine energies, in a microcosm. Especially in the Ti... Magazine

Moment Magazine: Jewish Politics, Culture, and Religion

National Catholic Reporter

The Native AmericanEach of the many Native American nations has its own distinctive life-ways, although there are some widely-shared characteristics. most Native life-ways are primarily transmitted through oral traditions; they are oriented toward living in relation to a sp... Times

The Press

The Navajo Times

Odyssey Networks

One Country – Online Newsletter of the Bahá’í International Community

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life

Tikkun Magazine

Religion and Ethics Newsweekly

Religion News Service

Religion Newswriters Association

Religious Diversity Newsfeed (maintained by the Pluralism Project)

Shambala Publications

Shambala Sun

Sojourners Magazine

State of Belief/ Air America Radio

Tricycle Magazine

Wisdom Publications

World Faith News