(RNS) — Apuron retains the right to appeal the ruling.
Former editor for "The Chicago Tribune" compiles evidence to prove miracles. But is it effective to build a logical case for a mystical event?
(AP) — Greta Lindecrantz has been jailed for nearly two weeks.
If you have courage enough to speak up in this divided and uncivil moment, you'll soon find yourself facing a wave of criticism and resistance.
(RNS) — Anti-abortion groups are particularly worried about the high proportion of women choosing to terminate fetuses with Down syndrome after prenatal testing, which has become increasingly sophisticated and accurate.
(The Conversation) — Protecting the Dreamers isn’t about rejecting the rule of law. Rather, it reflects respect for the morality that the law proclaims.
Author Andrew Root says, "As the church finds itself with an authenticity deficit, it often runs to youthful forms to legitimate it."
"Thank God for psychologists and Lexapro," writes Jonathan Merritt. "Without them, I might be dead today."
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(RNS) — I’ve never seen credible evidence that abuse is unusually common in Mormon families, but I've definitely seen that our bishops aren't trained to deal with it, as the Rob Porter case shows.
(RNS) — Not only does the church bring the gospel to families, families contribute to the church’s understanding and proclamation of the gospel, Cupich argued in England Friday (Feb. 9).
(RNS) — 'Remember, you are not a good white person, and you probably never will be. You do this work anyway not to get points with God or other people, but out of the gratitude you have.'
(RNS) — 'If someone found cancer to be a gift, wonderful. But there is a certain cruelty to asking suffering people to bear the weight of other people’s theological conundrums,' Christian historian Kate Bowler tells RNS' Jonathan Merritt. (Commentary)
Should we abandon the term or work to revive it? Theologian John Stackhouse weighs in.
Pearcey's razor-sharp mind combined with a compelling personal story makes her a powerful, if undervalued, champion for conservatives.