Jordan Neely’s killer doesn’t have hate in his heart. It’s in his hands.
By Andre Henry
(RNS) — Penny shouldn't be offered up as a scapegoat for a society that treats Black people as disposable.
Hillsong was extraordinary. That’s the problem.
By Amy Julia Becker
(RNS) — There's a power in the ordinary church.
How a 9th-century Hindu philosopher embodied the idea of a fulfilled life
By Murali Balaji
(RNS) — Our fear of dying can sometimes lead to a fear of living the best versions of ourselves.
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.
‘Felt like a year’: Worshipper describes fear during gunman’s deadly attack on Pittsburgh synagogue
By Peter Smith
Robert Bowers, a truck driver from the Pittsburgh suburbs, could face the death penalty if he’s convicted of some of the 63 counts he faces in the Oct. 27, 2018, attack, which claimed the lives of worshippers from three congregations using the city's Tree of Life synagogue.
Israeli protesters fear for the future of their country’s precarious LGBTQ rights revolution
By Orit Avishai
(The Conversation) — LGBTQ rights are not the main issue bringing Israeli protesters to the streets, but they do symbolize the country’s stark divide.
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