Editor’s Note: The New York Times updated this story with a new headline after publication. Supporters say Amy Butler lost her job at New York City’s Riverside Church because she spoke out against harassment and pursued better treatment of women…
“We’re supposed to leave this earth in the shape we found it or better. That’s why we’re fighting this monster.”
Freedom of the press is precious, yet it is illusory by Toby Druin, Waxahachie, Texas
Millions of Bibles are printed in China each year. Critics of a proposed tariff say it would make the Bible more expensive for consumers and hurt the evangelism efforts of Christian organizations that give away Bibles as part of their…
A prominent Manhattan pastor has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that U.S. officials violated her religious freedom when she was put on a watchlist over her ministry to migrants at the border.
“We stand with Israel because we cherish that ancient promise that Americans have always cherished throughout our history: that those who bless her will be blessed,” Pence said.
Participants at a daylong conference sponsored by the National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the District of Columbia Baptist Convention lobbied lawmakers for tougher legislation.
With lay officiants on the rise, Tennessee’s ban spurs religious freedom challenge.
In “Addiction Nation: What the Opioid Crisis Reveals About Us,” published last month, former chief strategy officer for Sojourners magazine Timothy McMahan King combines his story with Christian theology and scientific studies of addiction.