(RNS) — The virulent anti-Semitism that led to the murder of 11 worshippers at a Pittsburgh synagogue this past weekend shares eerie parallels with 1950s Atlanta.
The Band was wrong. The ideas that animated "Dixie" deserve to be "driven down."
(RNS) In his first few weeks in office, President Trump administration has given progressive-minded rabbis much to resist and counter, and it's exhausting, said one rabbi attending the Central Council of American Rabbis meeting in Atlanta.
ATLANTA (Reuters) A federal judge will hear a high-profile discrimination lawsuit brought by Kelvin Cochran, a Baptist who claims he was fired for his religious beliefs after publishing a book critical of homosexuality.
Leo Frank was lynched one hundred years ago this week. Here's why it still matters.
(RNS) A giant of the Southern Baptist Convention declines an award from a Jewish group after his history of anti-gay remarks stokes controversy.
ATLANTA (Reuters) Kelvin Cochran wrote a 2013 book titled, "Who Told You That You Were Naked?" in which he called homosexuality "vulgar" and "the opposite of purity."
(RNS) If one’s religious beliefs are to be punished with (among other things) loss of employment, you don't need a vivid imagination to guess where such logic may lead.
Public officials don't have the same First Amendment rights as you and me -- if they want to keep their jobs.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Vatican officials declined to comment on a new $2.2 million residence built for Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory, but the episode is particularly embarrassing since Francis fired a German bishop for a lavish $43 million mansion.
Adventures in Missions will give $50,000 to innovative Christian leaders at the Epoch Awards on October 28.
(RNS) A growing number of ordinances are pitting city officials against homeless advocates. City leaders say they want to improve the lives of homeless people and ensure public safety, while supporters of the homeless argue that such regulations criminalize homelessness. By Yamiche Alcindor.