On this first yahrzeit of Parkland -- God, instill within us the capacity for outrage.
(RNS) — 'I hope my example helps provide a different vision of what it means to be a Muslim woman in America today,' she says.
(RNS) — The American legal system's anti-Islam problem might be more accurately seen as a pro-Christianity problem.
Most didn't leave because they got offended, became atheists, or wanted to join another religion. Also, the vast majority of former Mormons say they're happy...
Learning that anti-Semitism is off limits in American politics.
(RNS) — The formation of a Catholic priest should be challenging intellectually but should also teach him how to empower the people in his parish.
"The Band's Visit" shows us the invisible Jews. And, a very visible Judaism.
Pastors should not wait for their racist past to be exposed before they deal with it.
(RNS) — We who have been dealing with abuse issues for years already see familiar patterns of institutional protection and image management in Southern Baptist...
(RNS) — If American Jews perceive that the Democratic Party is moving into anti-Israel positions, they will be faced with a major quandary.
(RNS) — Indian and Hindu Kentuckians work with leaders across faith and cultural backgrounds to show a united front in the face of hate crime against Hindu...
(RNS) — Virtue and vice have long been inextricably linked to self-control. But lately we've been asking, what's it all for?
(RNS) — There are, in fact, many evangelicalisms and each has a different center and different boundaries.
"The whole world hates us." Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein proved that wrong.
A forgotten aspect of American Jewish history -- and its puzzling implications.