(RNS) — What if those young men had been deeply educated by their church about race and racism?
(RNS) — The Christian South presents the church with an opportunity to make the gospel known to a region that is saturated with access to the gospel but not true understanding.
EDMOND, Okla. (RNS) In a state where appeals to traditional values have long resonated with voters, the public is angry and willing to boot incumbents over underfunded schools, crumbling infrastructure and failing health and prison systems.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) City officials would have us believe all is harmony in Music City. But with the country's largest community of Iraqi Kurds and sizable groups of Latinos, Somalis and Bhutanese moving into "the Buckle of the Bible Belt" that isn't always the case.
(RNS) The death penalty is in critical condition. Might 2015 be a year of abolition?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) On the surface, the fight was over the minutiae of Tennessee’s sunshine, or public notice, laws. But a thriving anti-Muslim movement in Tennessee fueled the fight.
WASHINGTON (RNS) According to a new Gallup Poll, 59 percent of residents in Mississippi are "very religious," while a nearly identical share of Vermonters are nonreligious. By Annalisa Musarra.