(RNS) — Moving beyond King's most segregated hour means fighting for fairness day after day, year after year in the name of all of the prophets who stand against injustice.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Some religious leaders are supporting the count that officially starts April 1, but issues of trust and safety remain.
(AP) — From anti-Semitic violence to Islamophobia to sex-abuse fears to their own financial insecurity, rabbis, imams, priests and ministers face newly evolving stresses that compound the usual cares of clergy.
(RNS) — Even if Sen. Bernie Sanders fails to capture the Democratic nomination, the insurgent campaign of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is also Jewish, is not far behind.
(RNS) — The Democratic Party needs to heed Leonard Cohen’s warning: 'Forget your perfect (political) offering.’
(RNS) — Instead of blatantly targeting Jews, Muslims, blacks and other ethnic groups, the largest of the white supremacist groups are using veiled slogans such as 'Defend America' superimposed on the U.S. flag.
(RNS) — Yes, there can. Or at least, between Jews and Palestinians. Never give up hope.
(RNS) — Or, adapting an ancient holiday to the spiritual and societal imperatives of your time.
(RNS) — Does the president believe in protecting the religious liberty of all citizens of the United States?
(RNS) — A recently deceased philosopher had an answer to that eternal question. It's not pretty.
(RNS) — There are two Jewish presidential hopefuls. They are very different people.
(RNS) — For Orthodox Jews, the current wave of anti-Semitic attacks raises questions about how to keep safe while remaining identifiably Jewish.
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — As the world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which this year coincides with the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Rabbi Zalman Bluming puts forward a hopeful narrative about America.
(RNS) — As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the time has come to turn our sorrow into song — in a sense, to embrace Auschwitz.
(RNS) — Christians can faithfully proclaim our faith as rooted in the witness of biblical Israel without using Jews and Judaism as foils for our own purposes. One place to start is by doing an audit for anti-Semitism.