The process of seeking exemptions has accelerated since 2014, from one in 2013 to 43 last year.
Black Christian leaders voice anger, lament over deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile
A roundup of comments from Black Christian leaders around the country.
Prayers for Baton Rouge
Today, we mourn, cry out, and acknowledge that we are weary indeed. But Scripture reminds us that when we call upon the Lord, our strength will be renewed. So today, we will also call upon the Lord, and claim our…
There’s no law against religious leaders and religious organizations speaking and living out the truths that are rooted in their faith.
‘This Land Is Your Land’
Independence Day in light of Woody Guthrie’s enduring question about to whom the land belongs.
The theology of Donald Trump
Since Donald Trump assures us that the Bible is his favorite book, it’s worth asking: Just what is his theology?
Forget VBS. These summer camps teach kids to be community activists
Instead of the traditional vacation Bible school, one Durham, N.C., church partnered with seven other congregations — black, white, Baptist, Jewish, Episcopal, Pentecostal and nondenominational — to put on a community-organizing camp for kids aged 4 to 12.
Brexit boosters: Why the Religious Right hates the EU
The European Union has been a powerful advocate for advancing the rights of women and LGBT people. That’s why so many Religious Right activists see the EU as an enemy to “traditional values.”
Make a new name: One unnamed woman’s contribution to confronting a culture of rape
The victim of Brock Turner’s rape, whose name is still not publicly known, read a letter in court at Turner’s sentencing. It is one of the most articulate pain-soaked statements I have ever read.