(RNS) — The video-streaming service launched in 2015 as a family-friendly competitor to Netflix.
(RNS) — Spirituality has been part of Beyoncé’s journey, from singing ‘Amazing Grace’ and a gospel medley on albums with Destiny’s Child to embodying the divine feminine from a number of religious traditions in her recent visual albums and appearances.
(RNS) — What the show tries to reveal is something not spoken of much in public, and certainly not in Hollywood: people’s actual relationship to faith and to the greater questions of purpose and meaning.
In the past few years, Muslim women have quietly taken the speculative fiction publishing industry by storm.
(RNS) — Christian author and speaker Jen Hatmaker spoke to RNS about her latest book, what she learned from her experiences as an outlier in evangelicalism and what is making her feel hopeful during the coronavirus pandemic.
(RNS) — ‘Faith Based’ is a new satirical film about the Christian film industry that premiered this past weekend at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
(RNS) — The ‘This Is Us’ actress said she ‘wholeheartedly’ believes in miracles, including the one a doctor says occurred in the life of a boy whose true story is depicted in the movie, releasing for Easter.
(RNS) — His rapping is drawing more youth to join the church. That, in turn, will have a positive impact on society, he said.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Voices of Reason, thought to be the only atheist choir in the U.S., performs at events for other religious skeptics while offering the benefits of community for its church-adverse members.
(RNS) — And it stars Jim Caviezel, who played the role of Jesus in Mel Gibson’s 2004 film ‘The Passion of the Christ.’
JERUSALEM (AP) — On some posters advertising the new film, ‘Paddington 2,’ the British movie creation is being given a kosher-for-Passover makeover.
(USA Today) — ‘This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!’ Carrey captioned his artwork.
(RNS) — Podcasts for the spiritually curious abound. Here is a selection for people of faiths — and even those who are done with it.