(RNS) Bioethicist Arthur Caplan looks at the moral quandaries posed by Zika and the Olympics, the right-to-die law in California and more headliner issues.
(RNS) “Are a lot of Americans on a conscious journey to learn who Jesus Christ is? I don’t think so,” said LifeWay Research's Scott McConnell.
(RNS) While backers of Britain's exodus from the European Union celebrated, faith leaders focused on the vote's impact on society's most vulnerable.
Reinhold Hanning told the court in April, “I am ashamed that I saw injustice and never did anything about it and I apologize for my actions."
(RNS) Countering creationist theology, 25 evangelicals argue for science in a new book, "How I Changed My Mind About Evolution."
WASHINGTON (RNS) He drew applause with pledges upholding the sanctity of life and marriage as “the building block of happiness and success." But some remain skeptical of the presumptive Republican nominee.
(RNS) California's law expands access to aid in dying to 1 in 6 terminally ill Americans, cheering advocates and horrifying opponents who see danger ahead for the elderly and vulnerable.
(RNS) The Georgia Republican's choice of Bible quotes condemning homosexuality infuriated several colleagues.
(RNS) Sanders, like Shahn, calls out for social and economic justice.
(RNS) Some Catholics object to Biden, who supports abortion rights, being honored with a medal by the University of Notre Dame.
(RNS) There's a holier-than-thou Twitter smackdown underway between The Donald and a top Southern Baptist theologian.
WASHINGTON (RNS) During the Days of Remembrance for the Holocaust, the congressman and activist will be honored as “an inspiration to people of conscience the world over.”
(RNS) Sen. Ted Cruz announced April 27 that Carly Fiorina would be his running mate if he wins the GOP presidential nomination. She withdrew from the race in February.
(RNS) Pew Research finds key similarities and surprising differences among the highly religious and those who are less so.
(RNS) “Joy of Love” is getting a mixed reaction from U.S. Catholics and others.