How Pat Robertson made white evangelicals Republican
By Mark Silk
(RNS) — It all began with his 1988 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
Religion can help LGBTQ Mormons’ mental health, especially if they’re out of the closet
By Jana Riess
(RNS) — So far in Tyler Lefevor’s longitudinal psychology study, religion has been a net positive for the mental health of some LGBTQ Mormons. As a queer former Latter-day Saint, he’s surprised by this too.
Cornel West for prophet! (Not president.)
By Andre Henry
(RNS) — The Bible tells us that prophets don’t make good kings.
Pat Robertson, broadcaster who helped make religion central to GOP politics, dies at 93
By Ben Finley
The Christian Broadcasting Network founder tried a run for president and helped make religion central to Republican Party politics in America through his Christian Coalition.
What California’s Ravidassia community believes and why they want caste bias outlawed
By Deepa Bharath
(AP) — Members of an under-the-radar, minority religious community are stepping into the public eye to advocate for making the state the first in the nation to outlaw caste bias.
America’s religious leaders sharply divided over abortion, a year after Roe v Wade’s reversal
By Associated Press
(AP) — Some religious Americans have gone beyond expressions of dismay, filing lawsuits contending that new abortion bans infringed on their own religious beliefs.
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