(RNS) — But he could do more to make the case.
(RNS) — Gun violence is not an issue that can be solved through legislation alone; it will require moral and religious efforts as well.
(RNS) — I won’t be torching my Harry Potter books or throwing my Buffy DVDs on a bonfire. I’d have to throw my Bible to the flames as well.
(RNS) — A refundable child tax credit would drastically reduce child poverty at a time when children are in great need.
(RNS) — Anti-Semitism. On your television screen.
(RNS) — Given what’s at stake for families, faith-based regulations about social service organizations should not take years to put in place.
(RNS) — I hunger greatly for deeper connections at church, a frank acknowledgment that most of us are the walking wounded.
(RNS) — How not to say goodbye to a very dangerous man.
(RNS) — The refusal to confront the white supremacy at the Capitol is a refusal to reconcile America’s lofty democratic rhetoric with the state of its floundering institutions.
(RNS) — Melissa Rogers, restored to the White House faith partnerships office, listens to all sides of a dispute.
There are some things that we just don’t know. Like, a certain biblical color. And even more important things.
(RNS) — How Alexa might help us celebrate Lent better.
(RNS) — With an average age of 90, top Mormon leaders are unlikely to be named in headlines about religious sex scandals. The cost of gerontocracy, though, is that they are also resistant to needed social change.