(RNS) — A Southern Baptist leader is called out for his remarks about abused women. How Whitefish, Mont., responded to white supremacists. In one weekend, the ELCA elevates its first two black women bishops.
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Lauren Markoe has been a national reporter for RNS since 2011. Previously she covered government and politics as a daily reporter at the Charlotte Observer and The State (Columbia, S.C.)
(RNS) — The president of Liberty University doesn't want to concede his school may not be the largest Christian University in America. The most senior Vatican official to be charged in the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis will stand trial. Sandy...
(RNS) — Anti-Muslim hate crimes spike. Hindu Democrats run for office. The national security advisor's Islamophobic ties.
A prominent atheist leader is fired over accusations of sexual and financial misconduct. Muslim Democrats are throwing their hats in the ring. The trial of a North Carolina pastor begins in Turkey.
Red Letter Christians pray and preach outside Liberty University. The Navy investigates a complaint over the public display of a Bible. And what is the sound of a Quaker podcast?
A legal scholar says it's high time we define Islamophobia. A megachurch pastor takes from the elderly. The Coptic Christians caught between Egypt and America.
Stephen Hawking will be interred at Westminster Abbey. The Dalai Lama will limit his globetrotting. What the heck is gefilte fish anyway?
WASHINGTON (RNS) — As usual, Justice Anthony Kennedy appeared to be the up-for-grabs justice, offering each side reason for hope.
(RNS) — A.R. Bernard cited a 'deepening conflict of values' with the administration.
(RNS) — The Rev. Rim Hyon Su was accused by the state of using religion as a ruse to overthrow the government.
(RNS) — The Temple Mount is the holiest place for Jews and the third holiest for Muslims. Why is it a launching pad for violence?
(RNS) — Speaking at the annual summit of Christians United for Israel on Monday, the vice president also said the Trump administration would keep its promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
(RNS) 'I have my own personal rule, which is I never, ever tell people what to believe. And I never, ever tell people they’re wrong,' says Paul M. Sutter, an astrophysicist who fields questions from the public — some of them religious — on the...
(RNS) — Gluten or no gluten — the difference is theological.
(RNS) 'No dealer in his right mind would have been involved in this,' said Jerome Eisenberg, an antiquities dealer who has specialized in ancient art for more than 60 years.