Journalism, Spirituality, Criticism
Ruth Graham is a national correspondent covering religion, faith, and values for The New York Times. Her reporting on religion has found her tagging along on a pre-dawn workout devoted to Christian male bonding in Texas, to a prayer service in small-town Georgia with a Bible miraculously oozing oil, and an outdoor cremation ceremony in the Rocky Mountains. She graduated from Wheaton College and previously worked as a writer and reporter at Slate. She lives in Dallas with her family.