Paul Brandeis Raushenbush is an author at Religion News Service.
Facing changing spirituality on campus, historic chaplain groups merge
(RNS) — The merger is a response to increasing diversification of spiritual life at American schools, with students, faculty and staff pursuing not only a wider range of faiths but also no faith at all.
How to motivate millions of Americans to get vaccinated? Let faith help.
(RNS) — With thousands of lives on the line, America’s diverse religious communities are uniquely prepared to unite to meet this moment.
The campaign is over. Will a Biden-Harris administration deliver on its interfaith promises?
(Interfaith America) — Leveraging the religious and ethical values of millions of Americans – both to build religious pluralism, and to solve social problems – could be a lasting legacy of their administration.
What happens when a virus forces faith communities to go virtual
(RNS) — When two or three are gathered on Facebook, is Christ there? When 10 Jews meet on a Zoom call, is it a minyan?
Campus friendships can end a civil war before it starts
(RNS) — We are at historic, civil war levels of animosity and distrust between Americans, but the divide is not because of the impeachment, or even President Donald Trump.