Meryl Streep and her fellow "Suffragette" actresses are contributing to feminism's age-old failure.
(RNS) My rights don't matter as much as another person's life.
In the wake of the shooting in Oregon, a question: Will gun control ever become part of the pro-life agenda?
Bieberion theology is actually pretty insightful when it comes to seeing how millennials view the church.
Who would have thought that the Pope wanted to drop an album?
Viola Davis's historic Emmy win does not mean racism is over; not by a long shot.
Bernie Sanders's visit to Liberty University has something to teach us all.
(RNS) The young, hip pastor, who married Kanye West and Kim Kardashian last year, has made a career of pastoring some of the biggest celebrities in America. But what does being "cool" have to do with being a Christian?
Kim and Kanye's pastor is getting his own reality TV show, "Rich in Faith." This isn't good news for Christianity.
Some conservatives are claiming Kim Davis is the new Rosa Parks. That's so wrong.
Wes Craven, who died yesterday at 76, spent his career searching for religious answers in the most unlikely places.
Sometimes you just need to reminisce on a Friday.
(RNS) This false forgiveness is too often the result of the pressure professional Christians feel to forgive when they are in the public eye.
Duke University freshmen are boycotting "Fun Home" for its depictions of sex. They should probably boycott the Bible, too.
Revelations of Josh Duggar's cheating have prompted his wife to say she will not leave him. That's not what forgiveness looks like.