(RNS) — After three decades, the late justice’s notorious free exercise decision is on the chopping block.
(RNS) — The president discovers that his Presbyterianism was so 20th century.
(RNS) — Republican politicians — Trump above all — have failed to grasp that Israel policy has never had much impact on the voting behavior of American Jews.
(RNS) — For Biden, the swing shown in a new poll has everything to do with reconstructing the ‘blue wall’ that collapsed in 2016.
(RNS) — Will President Trump’s hospital stay change his approach to COVID-19?
(RNS) — Anti-Catholicism in American politics used to be all about Protestants against Catholics. These days, the Catholic right is crying foul, and their opponent is often other Catholic politicians and the pope himself.
(RNS) — For both candidates, it’s an issue that they’d prefer not to deal with.
(RNS) — More interesting than the open-and-shut legal case, however, is MacArthur’s own position in the evangelical world and his stance on church-state issues.
(RNS) — For the duration of the Democratic primary season, the abortion issue was off the table. Now that the general election is here, there’s something to talk about.
It was all about love and light versus darkness.
(RNS) — His numbers are up from 2016 among Jews, Latino Catholics and Mormons, but in some quarters there’s a definite lack of enthusiasm.
(RNS) — Then too, a Democrat was charged with being godless.
(RNS) — Just because it’s been embraced by the religious right doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.