"The Other Side of Heaven" is getting a sequel after 18 years, and filmmaker Mitch Davis is counting on Americans of faith to help the film compete against the blockbusters.
SALT LAKE CITY — Along with dropping the 'Mormon' nickname, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has changed its website from ldschurch.org to churchofjesuschrist.org.
(RNS) — The head of the National Institutes of Health has star power among a segment of evangelicals who are eager for a nuanced approach to science — one that accepts evolution and also regards the Bible as the ultimate source of authority.
BALTIMORE — BioLogos will present Beyond Conflict: Science, Faith, and the Big Questions at the Hyatt Regency, 300 Light St. Baltimore, MD, 21202 on March 27-29, 2019. The conference will ...
Honored to introduce @realDonaldTrump at religious leader summit in NYC today! He did incredible job! @beckifalwell pic.twitter.com/e2eBSbQwb0 — Jerry Falwell (@JerryFalwellJr) June 21, 2016 Dear Jerry: You and I have ...
(RNS) — When a quarterback throws a long pass and a player down the field makes a spectacular catch, RNS columnist Richard Mouw imagines the Lord saying to himself: 'Nicely done!'
(RNS) — 'Given the baggage it’s taken on, the term is probably not salvageable. The effort to redeem it is probably not worth the cost in time and energy,' writes Tom Krattenmaker.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — At worship this weekend, people of different faiths sought solace and answers to a question that may be unanswerable: why the mass shooting happened.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — The piles of flowers, teddy bears and candles recall sacred spaces created after terror attacks in New York, Madrid, London and elsewhere, and date back to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington.
Surely on the question of Donald Trump’s fitness to serve as our president we can agree that he falls far short of the minimal standards for appropriate leadership.
(RNS) While evangelical scholars continue to address the important issues of the mind, we also need to be working more generally on the spirit we bring to public engagement.
(RNS) Large numbers of us, including many fine scientists, accept the gifts of scientific investigation with deep gratitude.
Religion News Service is pleased to announce that Richard J. Mouw, theologian, philosopher, scholar, educator and author, will begin writing the “Civil Evangelicalism” column, focusing on how evangelicals can model a gracious spirit in addressing important issues pertaining to the common good.
(RNS) The fact that so many mainstream evangelical leaders opposed Trump's order, while 76 percent of their followers supported it, is further evidence of the way politics — particularly the Trump candidacy — divided American evangelicalism.
(RNS) Anti-Trump evangelicals claim they are giving up on the movement. Richard Mouw, an influential theologian and author, explains why he's not.