(RNS) — 'The progressive community has to get it straight: Faith matters,' the Rev. Alvin Herring said.
(RNS) — Only 12% of U.S. Protestant pastors say that they strongly or somewhat agreed with the idea that Christians can speed up the return of Christ by supporting geopolitical changes mentioned in the Bible.
DES MOINES, Iowa (RNS) — “When people have an image of you that's been deliberately manufactured, moving through that takes spiritual fortitude,” Marianne Williamson said.
(RNS) — "My faith and belief in ministering to the vulnerable brought me to the border,” the Rev. Kaji Douša said. “It's now undeniably clear that the government targeted me for this very calling."
(RNS) — 'It was an opportunity for Mayor Pete to learn, to listen, and to hear,' said Kelly Brown Douglas.
(RNS) — Democratic presidential hopefuls ramped up the God-talk while criss-crossing Iowa over the weekend, invoking the Bible and meeting with religious leaders while their Republican opponent President Trump worked to bolster support among evangelical Christians.
(RNS) — 'We’re going to win another monumental victory for faith and family, God and country, flag and freedom,' Trump said.
(RNS) — Religious leaders were split along liberal and conservative lines, though even the president's staunchest supporters appeared unsettled about the potential blowback from the attack.
(RNS) — Religious students say the language shift is but a small window into the subtle ways their communities intertwine deaf culture with theology to produce uncommon expressions of faith and activism.
(RNS) — Spiritual discourse has pockmarked what has become an atypically religious — and particularly Christian — impeachment process.
(RNS) — 'It's just an unambiguous moment in which it is absolutely clear that there's just no question what (Trump) was trying to do,' Mark Galli said.
(RNS) — Legal experts are skeptical the complaint will trigger an investigation from the IRS, and they note that the LDS church’s tradition of aggressive saving dates back decades.
(RNS) — On Tuesday (Dec. 10), two men opened fire on a kosher supermarket in Jersey City, New Jersey, ultimately leaving four dead and three wounded in the shooting spree. One of the shooters had ties with the Black Hebrew Israelite movement, which includes organizations labeled as hate groups, in part due to some members voicing anti-Semitic rhetoric.
(RNS) — On Thursday (Dec. 12), the Twitter account of the newly created conservative think tank posted a challenge to the Rev. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, a progressive faith leader in North Carolina, offering to host a debate over whether Jesus was a socialist.
(RNS) — The prominent Baptist conservative is said to be in stable condition after collapsing in front of his congregation on Sunday.