Featured: Spiritual but Not Religious by Amy Hollywood Many moderns tend to presume practicing religion risks making one less spiritual, but sophisticated writings by medieval monastics suggest that traditions, texts, and rituals provide the very means for engendering a spiritual like. Theorizing Closer to Home by Robert A. Orsi The primal fault in social and religious theory can be overcome if scholars restore the people of their inquiries to their real lives and environments. The House off Straight Street by Stephanie Saldaña Damascus, the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world, is teeming with microsocieties and with religious diversity. Inside Outside by Shahnaz Habib A New Yorker from India who "hunts down" prayer rooms in airports reflects on the existential situation of travelers. Cities, Climate Change, and Christianity by Sallie McFague The Christian practice of "kenosis" (self-emptying) suggests a way of understanding and living that is urgently needed in our time of environmental and financial chaos.