The work of racial reconciliation doesn’t follow a pre-made template, says NBC Executive Director Hannah McMahan. “It’s not spelled out.”
More than 420,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar over the last several weeks. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi’s comments about that in a recent speech are disturbing.
While the loyalty of some faith leaders can be traced to the belief that America should be restored as a “Christian nation,” many board members cite a far more practical reason: unprecedented access to a notoriously independent president.
People look at the same thing, or same person, and come to widely different conclusions about the nature and significance of those things or persons. That says more about the people than the thing observed.
The first church in North Carolina to extend sanctuary to an undocumented immigrant facing deportation finds that the decision to open their doors is just the beginning of the journey.
Asking a judicial nominee to explain statements made about the relationship between her faith and the law is fair game. It is peculiar for religious conservatives to be squeamish about such questions.
Alliance Defending Freedom has garnered its fair share of both praise and criticism from actors on both sides of the culture wars.
The high court chips away at the once impregnable wall between church and state.
Leaders of R.E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church in Lexington, Va., voted to change the parish’s name to Grace Episcopal Church — what it was originally called when Lee moved to town after the Civil War and joined the congregation.
As a result of the growing influence of the far-right social-media ecosystem, once-moribund hate groups in both the United States and Europe are enjoying a striking uptick in recruitment.
Several football players at an evangelical college outside Chicago are facing arrest over actions that took place during the alleged hazing of a freshman teammate in March 2016.
The former Arkansas governor has a new television show on Trinity Broadcasting Network, and a powerful first guest.
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A spokesman for the tiny Winston-Salem church from which Rob W. Lee IV felt it necessary to resign after speaking out against racism said that the congregation had no problem with the pastor and was surprised by his departure.