And why that matters.
(RNS) — The trends in the religious vote yesterday should overshadow whatever cheer Republicans take out of Election Day.
Shades of the Fugitive Slave Law.
That fact should not be elided.
The Trump Administration is making America more comfortable for conservative Christians.
Not wacky and worth reporting.
Over the years that I have been writing Spiritual Politics, first as a blog and now as a column, I have taken the position that commenting should take place as if in an open public forum where pretty much anything goes short of incitement to violence, obscenity, and outright ethnic or religious slurs.
(RNS) — The conservative opposition to Pope Francis is boldly going to a place it once considered heretical.
(RNS) — Making America greater for millionaires and billionaires.
(RNS) — When you've got a church that's been around for the better part of two millennia, there's a lot of history to learn from.
Let's listen to the Jesuits.
Only up to a point.
The current Supreme Court nominee says he didn't do it. The Judeo-Christian is chary with forgiveness for those who don't repent.
(RNS) — The president's vision of America, inspired by the Sermon on the Mount, was not a mere rhetorical, or political, device. It was rooted in his own religious identity.
And his amanuensis.