Need to know: Friday, May 3, 2019
Trump used the occasion to tick off new and old efforts he said he has pursued to enhance religious liberty for Americans.
‘Who’s doing Christianity right?’ At Taylor University, Pence invitation highlights evangelical divide.
Like so much of evangelicalism in the United States, Taylor University has in recent years found itself engaged in a battle for the soul of the movement.
While leaders of Muslim-majority nations have largely been silent on the Uighur persecution, the Fast From China campaign has caught on with U.S. Muslims.
The $150,000 federal grant was approved in September but only got awarded in late March.
April 30 is the 127th birthday of an artist whose name you probably don’t know, but his work may be the most widely distributed of the 20th century, writes Matthew Robert Anderson.
During a speech Thursday before faith leaders, President Trump announced a new rule allowing health providers, insurers and employers to refuse to provide or pay for services such as abortion, sterilization or assisted suicide that they say violate their religious or moral beliefs.
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Only after five of the victim's fellow nuns staged a 15-day protest outside Kerala’s high court building in Kochi last summer was the bishop, who denies the charges, arrested and eventually charged.
Americans who personally know a Muslim are more than twice as likely to have a favorable opinion toward Muslims than those who do not, a new report finds.
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(RNS) — Creating bespoke religious traditions as they are, it makes sense that millennials would also create bespoke relationship models.
(RNS) — A rabbi shot in an anti-Semitic attack published an oped in the Times days after the paper apologized for a anti-Semitic cartoon, a testament to the unique place the paper holds in American, and American Jewish, life.
Too often Christian individuals and institutions act as if general statements condemning bigotry and saccharine assertions of racial and ethnic equality are sufficient to combat white nationalism. They are not, writes Jemar Tisby.