SUPERIOR, Ariz. (RNS) — The Apache believe Oak Flat is a ‘blessed place’ where Ga’an — guardians or messengers between the people and Usen, Creator God — dwell. The site is at risk of being turned over to an Australian mining company.
(RNS) — After a tumultuous year, several new books about prayer from popular Christian authors seem to be speaking to the moment.
(The Conversation) — Purim put a social spotlight on New York’s Jews and their up-and-coming relationship to the city’s most elite class.
(RNS) — For nearly three decades, the VeggieTales creator has been making people laugh while telling them about Jesus. Now, spurred by his faith, he has been attending to the recent struggles of American evangelicals.
(RNS) — Anti-Semitism. On your television screen.
(RNS) — ‘Converts to Islam’ tells the impact of his decision on Ali’s life and on the world.
(RNS) — The wildly popular troubadour was equal parts Pentecostal flair and Disney levels of cartoonish imagination.
(RNS) — It’s from the so-called Snyder Cut of ‘Justice League.’ Or is it?
(RNS) — The Christian music icon had planned a new tour later this year.
(RNS) — A Christian can believe it is their job to ‘make Jesus famous’ without making the massive leap to the problematic idea that fame is itself good and an effective tool for ministry.
(RNS) — ‘I’m really trying to shift the discourse about who can do theology and what counts as theological source material,’ says the first woman dean of Howard University’s divinity school and the author of the new book, ‘In My Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit.’
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Some visitors likened the art galleries to ‘a circle of hell’ and condemned the ‘unacceptable organizational error’ by museum curators.
(RNS) — ‘This was a movement with religious freedom and multiethnic governance with women at the center,’ said the book’s author, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.