(RNS) — Please, get involved. Vote! But don’t kid yourself that political outcomes will bring you meaning, purpose or salvation.
(RNS) For many, this 'minor' problem of belief is actually quite major.
(RNS) If we want to be safe from guns the answer is not more guns. The answer is transformation.
(RNS) Many evangelicals are looking not so much for piety but for traits like leadership, strength, competence, and straightforward truth-speaking. Too bad the right traits are leading so many to a wrong choice.
(RNS) Pope Francis, with his faithfulness to official church doctrine and his compassionate, nonjudgmental attitude, embodies the tension of the larger church: the desire to uphold traditional teachings and model Christian love at the same time.
Subtle protest, not legal confrontation, will cement equal treatment.
(RNS) Sounds logical, right? But the massive California State University system and some other colleges now require that school club leadership spots be open to all.
(RNS) There's a wild card that older-school religious celebrities did not have to contend with: the Internet.
(RNS) The pope is not a politician, a media loudmouth or an activist. He is a religious figure, wholly dedicated to representing the Gospel of Jesus Christ as he understands it to a world caught up in a thousand other things.
(RNS) There's a new evangelical engagement with public schools that is dedicated solely to helping kids rather than arguing over school prayer, evangelism, and other culture war flash points.
(RNS) There is, alas, no good answer. Unless, that is, believers can arrive at a deeper understanding of God's omnipotence.
(RNS) Thank you, Family Research Council, for now conceding what conservative groups have been loath to acknowledge in recent years: the truth that incendiary rhetoric indeed does contribute to a climate conducive to politically motivated violence. By Tom Krattenmaker.