(RNS) — The commission chair's view of human rights is not as cramped as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's announcement might lead us to believe.
Author - Mark Silk
Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college's Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. He is a Contributing Editor of the Religion News Service
Politics is not optional where the Trump administration's immigration policies are concerned.
The study of religion and nature bids for center stage.
Trump approvers who won't be voting for him in 2020.
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A bad old tradition is back.
(RNS) — If Candidate Williamson has a predecessor it's Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, who undertook to run for president in early 1844.
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Breaking new ground as a presidential candidate.
(RNS) — It's smaller, more diverse and subject to choice.
How the Establishment Clause failed to persuade the justices in one death penalty petition, and then succeeded in an almost identical one.
A lesson from Pennsylvania.
Between the Christian right and the Russian Orthodox Church.