An article being described as “explosive,” written by two allies of Pope Francis in a Vatican-reviewed publication, is taking on the “spurious alliance between politics and religious fundamentalism” in the United States.
Ask an American Christian what type of church they belong to, and you’re more likely than ever to hear the label nondenominational.
Who are Jehovah’s Witnesses, and why would the Russian, or any, government consider them to be a threat?
Hundreds of millions of people in China have turned to religions like Taoism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, seeking a sense of purpose and an escape from China’s consumerist culture. That revival is helping fuel an environmental awakening.
In recent years a new crop of claims of religious freedom has arisen to give credence to some very old forms of discrimination. Some claims to religious liberty disguise social mischief. How do we distinguish the two?
A San Diego doctor claims his injection can save a fetus after a medication abortion has already begun — the latest attempt by abortion foes to create a narrative of regret.
Why do so many conservative Christians buy into a philosophy which, on its face and all the way down, is opposed to religious faith and manifestly contradicts all the stories, counsels, commands and promises of the Christian faith?
Obesity, hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and lower-extremity amputations are all far higher among people of color than among whites. These communities also drink more soda — and are exposed to more soda advertising.
Vice President Mike Pence told evangelical supporters of Israel that God had a hand in creating the state of Israel and that his support for the country is rooted in his faith.
As a black scholar of race and a minister who is committed to social justice, I can no longer be part of an organization that is complicit in the disturbing rise of the so-called alt-right. Related opinion: Donald Trump stole…
One pastor said the group prayed for supernatural wisdom and guidance for the president.
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A divided federal appeals court said a North Carolina county violated the U.S. Constitution by letting elected officials open meetings with Christian prayer and asking audience members to participate.
In a retraction, the popular author said he affirms “a biblical view of everything” — including marriage. Related story: LifeWay accepts Eugene Peterson’s retraction