Experiments are not just for the biology lab anymore. They're increasingly the tool of choice for social scientists—including those who study religion and politics.
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Reactions to the news of Sharon's death by Jewish groups in the United States show widespread respect for the former war hero and statesman.
Depending on how you measure it, the largest Catholic church building in the world isn't St. Peters in Rome. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest church ...
The record cold weather fits medieval accounts of Hell as a frozen wasteland.
Popular Bible apps give us a window into how people use technology to read and share the Bible
The new Boy Scouts of America policy begins January 1. Youth will no longer be kept out of scouting because of sexual orientation. This is a big deal for religious organizations -- 70 percent of troops are hosted by churches, synagogues, or other religious groups.
(RNS) 12:01 a.m. The annual winter siege known as the "War on Christmas" is over, for now. For the next 11 months, the holiday will be able to exist in ...
Sociologists are not surprised by evangelical reactions to the Duck Dynasty controversy. It's how evangelicals engage in modern American culture while remaining distinct from it.
Spoiler alert: Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential election. Thanks to Netflix, we will now be able to watch the moment Romney realizes that he needs to write his concession speech. Watch the trailer.
Conservatives wanted to keep the military from acting against religious actions. Obama said it went to far. But what happened when Senate Republicans backed the president's position and gave the military even more power? (Spoiler alert: Obama is still the bad guy)
A surprisingly high number of men think that it is sometimes justifiable for a husband to beat his wife. This is rarer among those men who attend religious services each week.
The Bashir incident is just another case of our public discourse going down the toilet. But is this always a bad thing?
Why the Defense authorization bill continues to be the top target of religious interest groups from the left and the right.