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E! News’ Ken Baker seeks and finds God in ‘The Ken Commandments’

By Kimberly Winston — October 6, 2017
(RNS) — The celebrity journalist charts his path back to faith amidst the 'me, me, me' culture of Hollywood in his new book.

Fall religion reading: Heavy-duty edition

By Kimberly Winston — October 4, 2017
(RNS) Get serious with this list of 10 new or recently released books with religion (or no religion) between the covers.

The ‘Splainer: A wedding cake for the Supreme Court

By Kimberly Winston — October 3, 2017
(RNS) — The court will hear the 'cake case,' which may not be a yummy delight for all.

Transcript: President Trump offers prayers and a Psalm in Las Vegas remarks

By Kimberly Winston — October 2, 2017
(RNS) President Donald Trump's remarks to the nation following the Las Vegas shooting, the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

Australian ad promotes lamb as fit for the gods, offending some Hindus

By Kimberly Winston — September 11, 2017
(RNS) — India has filed a complaint against an Australian ad showing a pantheon of gods, including the Hindu deity Ganesh, promoting lamb as "the meat we can all eat." The problem — Ganesh, being Hindu, is a vegetarian.

Where are the condemnations of Harvey as God’s punishment?

By Kimberly Winston — August 29, 2017
(RNS) — As Harvey continues to pound Houston, why are the religious finger-waggers who said Hurricanes Sandy, Isaac and Katrina were God's punishment for gay marriage or abortion rights strangely silent?

Christian network kicks off new politics show with Sean Spicer as guest

By Kimberly Winston — July 19, 2017
(RNS) The presidential press secretary's appearance underscores the Christian media's access to President Trump.

Amid controversy, Trump sits down with Pat Robertson for interview

By Kimberly Winston — July 12, 2017
(RNS) — The president's interview will air on 'The 700 Club' on Thursday (July 13) in its entirety.

Medieval mystic maintains hold on the artistic imagination

By Kimberly Winston — July 10, 2017
CHICAGO (RNS) When she died on a pyre in 1431, she achieved an immortality in art and literature that surpasses all of her contemporaries and continues in a new photography exhibit by Susan Aurinko.

‘Dalya’s Other Country’ portrays Muslim American mother and daughter

By Kimberly Winston — June 23, 2017
(RNS) A new film follows a teenage Syrian girl, as she becomes the only Muslim in an all-girl Catholic school in Los Angeles, and her mother, whose marriage dissolves.

Bigger mysteries, fewer answers in ‘The Leftovers’ finale

By Kimberly Winston — June 4, 2017
(RNS) Was the "Sudden Departure" an act of God? Is there a God? If there is, why does he let bad things happen to people in the series? These, and other theological "big ones," formed the heart of the HBO series, but went unresolved.

iPhones and the risen Christ: What’s the connection?

By Jonathan Merritt — April 14, 2017
A few years ago, Esther Emery was not a believer but she was burnt out. In a “desperate attempt for a reset,” she decided to take a year hiatus from technology. Surprisingly, her digital fast leads her into a profound experience with the Risen Christ and the faith she had previously rejected. Her book, “What Falls From the […]
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