(AP) — Rites that have been the bedrock of beliefs for centuries have evolved swiftly during the pandemic lockdown.
(RNS) — Just because it's been embraced by the religious right doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
(RNS) — Much of the world focused on President Harry Truman's explanation for using the bomb 75 years ago, but the Japanese I met had a different question.
(RNS) — He misspoke about Israel, but about Jewish education he was right.
(RNS) — Some of the biggest faith-based challenges of infertility may be existing in a family-centered community.
(RNS) — Congregations without bells can ‘honor in other appropriate ways, including moments of silence, changing church signs, and more,’ reads the interfaith request about Lewis.
(The Conversation) — Demons appear throughout Jewish and Christian texts, often as evil, supernatural beings that torment people.
(RNS) — A group of Jews has been gathering daily at Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza to lament injustices against Black Americans. It will culminate Thursday (July 30), on Tisha B’Av, the Jewish day of mourning for the Jerusalem Temple.
(RNS) — ‘We moved from snow day mentality to marathon mentality now,’ said pastor and church consultant Rob Dyer.
(RNS) — The Portland Interfaith Clergy Resistance, lead by Rabbi Ariel Stone, has been downtown since the protests began 55 days ago, supporting the people on the street and providing a daily witness.
(RNS) — As our ancient rabbis understood, debate — and the people who engage in it — is vital to advancing society.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The outcry comes as the U.S. Department of Justice carried out its second execution this week on Thursday morning (July 16) and is scheduled to perform its third on Friday. These constitute the first uses of capital punishment by the federal government since 2003.
(AP) — In a podcast episode that aired last month that prompted the TV host's firing by ViacomCBS, Cannon and a guest contended that Black people are the true Hebrews and Jews have usurped that identity.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Goldstein, who lost a finger in the shooting at Chabad of Poway, admitted to collecting fake donations to the synagogue.
(RNS) — Serve the Moment is intended to inspire young Jewish adults to perform 100,000 acts of service during this turbulent summer when the coronavirus is spreading and social unrest over racial inequality is rising.