“If to get a good message you need to make Judaism look bad, then you don’t have a good message.”
Though an estimated 70 percent of the overall population supports nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people, and a new survey shows that a majority of every religious group agrees, there remains at least one significant hurdle.
The Christian startup Alabaster expects to sell nearly $1 million worth of religious books this year.
A consultant for CNN and veteran D.C. insider who has spoken publicly about his Catholic faith says he is giving up Twitter for Lent.
As the Catholic church responds to more allegations of sexual abuse of young people by priests, an increasing percentage of Catholics are re-examining their commitment to the religion.
The influential Riverside Church in New York City is honing in on topics that progressive Christians sometimes gloss over.
Two former White House officials discussed how religion has played a part in contributing to the country’s political climate in a recent “Religion and Polarized Politics” event co-sponsored by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics.
Barbara Brown Taylor writes about how teaching the different religions changed her students’ understanding of faith — as well as her own — in her new memoir, Holy Envy. She says the name of the book comes from her own…
In the U.S. education system, civil rights battles tend to focus on removing barriers to quality schools. Not so in New York, where new regulations guaranteeing a “substantially equivalent” education have inspired a pair of legal actions.