| August 15, 2016
(Reuters) Trump also said that in implementing his call for a temporary ban on Muslims immigrating to the country, he would institute “extreme vetting” and develop a new screening test to try to catch people who intend to do harm to the United States.
| August 12, 2016
When it suits his goals, Grudem attacks a candidate’s personal failures. But when it doesn’t, he overlooks the very same shortcomings.
| August 8, 2016
(RNS) Black Protestant Christians were most likely to hear about the candidates at church.
| July 26, 2016
(RNS) To escape the flood of poisonous rhetoric, I turned off my TV and shut down my computer, and sought relief by rereading my favorite thinkers: Mark Twain, Mother Teresa, Mohandas Gandhi and Elie Wiesel.
| July 12, 2016
A moment of exceptional violence is a time of exceptional fear. But according to Krista Tippett, the way to overcome our fear might be a pursuit of wisdom.
| June 16, 2016
(RNS) But at 62 percent, the support of this key Republican bloc is significantly lower than for previous GOP nominees and could hurt Trump’s chances in November.
| June 1, 2016
(RNS) A glass-half-full assessment of the secular movement shows a level of progress and momentum that promises to make it harder for politicians to disregard, writes Tom Krattenmaker.
| May 25, 2016
(RNS) Among most types of churches, participation in service-related activities is increasing while political participation is decreasing.
| May 23, 2016
(RNS) A party congress over the weekend voted to drop Ennahda’s traditional religious work and participate in Tunisian politics as a regular political party.
| May 15, 2016
(RNS) Liberty’s ceremony solidifies their place as a leader atop the conservative populism movement that’s sweeping the nation.
| May 14, 2016
Conservative Christians are repeating the same mistakes they once made in the fight over LGBT rights and marriage. As a result, they are doomed to lose gender debates.
| April 27, 2016
(RNS) With persistent focus on separating — on the exit from common aims and projects — people begin to assume others are doing the same. In this way of being, people become unmoored.
| April 25, 2016
The bestselling author, HGTV star, and wife of an evangelical pastor gets bold about accepting LGBT persons on Facebook.
| April 14, 2016
A Tennessee bill would allow mental health providers to refuse to treat patients based on their religious convictions. But Christian counselors say the bill is discriminatory and unnecessary.
| March 3, 2016
“It’s easy for alumni to sit back now and talk about the ‘good ole days’ at LU when there was no political controversy or bad press but the facts tell a different story,” Becki Falwell said.