(RNS) — So the British royal family is screwed up. Aren’t we all?
(RNS) — Anyone who opposes increasing the minimum wage should try, as a Lenten penance, to live off $290 a week.
(RNS) — The drama over Potato Head’s gender is a reminder that the ‘culture wars’ are now profitable.
(RNS) — The megachurch pastor said his longtime friend had impacted the lives of millions of people.
(RNS) — Baker started the Christian 12-step group to bridge the gap between churches and 12-step groups.
(RNS) — Why should Muslims need permission to wear a hijab, or anyone for that matter, whatever their religious observance?
(RNS) — Rihanna’s topless Instagram portrait featuring a pendant depicting a Hindu deity drew calls of blasphemy — and payback for her recent comments on India’s farm crisis.
(RNS) — It is deeply troubling to see so many men, especially in ministry leadership, find a more immediate connection with the abuser rather than the abused.
(RNS) — Texas Instruments, one of the first American corporations to include religion in its diversity efforts, tied for first in this year’s REDI Index.
(RNS) — It was not celebrity culture that taught Ravi Zacharias, Carl Lentz and countless other pastors to objectify women. Our evangelical culture primed them for it.
(RNS) — After a year in which everyone has already given up an awful lot, this Lent the theologian is inviting others to join her for the Resurrecting Self-Care Challenge.
(AP) — When it comes to marrying, divorcing and having kids, people have become more cautious amid the pandemic.
(RNS) — It’s past time for evangelical men like me to learn from Christian women about leadership.