(RNS) — If Trump has invigorated the religious right in America, he has also galvanized the religious left.
(RNS) The three Abrahamic religions -- Judaism, Christianity and Islam -- weigh in on the spiritual and moral consequences of telling a whopper.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The president, a Presbyterian, folded his arms at times and sat silently for the most part during the 70-minute service.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Orthodox Jews like the new president’s daughter and her husband are not allowed to drive or ride in a vehicle on the Sabbath, which begins just as the post-inaugural balls in Washington for Trump will be starting.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The new president took the oath on two Bibles and then pledged to wipe out "radical Islamic terrorism" in a dark speech cheered by supporters and protested by foes.
(RNS) Paula White has been called the president-elect's "God whisperer" -- as well as a heretic and prosperity gospel charlatan. She responds in this interview.
(RNS) Even critics among the six clergy at the swearing-in have something in common with the new president, be it a theology that supports wealth, shared political views or just geography.
(RNS) 'I believe (God's) hand was at work, and I think he's given Christians an opportunity,' evangelist Franklin Graham said of Donald Trump's surprise election.
(RNS) The Presidential Inaugural Committee announced Wednesday the names of six faith leaders who will participate in the swearing-in ceremony of President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Michael Pence.
As backlash gains momentum against the Mormon Tabernacle Choir singing at Donald Trump's inauguration, guest blogger Carol Lynn Pearson asks, "What would Jesus do?"