(RNS) — The popular 29-year-old worship leader has just published her first book, 'Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places.'
(RNS) — A madman, a church, many people dead. It's not 2017 and Sutherland Springs. It's nearly 40 years since the November day in 1978 when the Rev. Jim Jones led more than 908 people to their deaths — some by suicide, some by murder. Jeff Guinn, author of 'The Road to Jonestown,' connects the dots.
(RNS) — Martin Luther reportedly said: 'There never yet have been, nor are there now, too many good books.' Here are 10 notable ones about Luther and the Reformation he sparked, as Protestants celebrate its 500th anniversary.
(RNS) Get serious with this list of 10 new or recently released books with religion (or no religion) between the covers.
(RNS) — This rabbi knows that there are many ways to access God. Some Jews do it through the prayers of the liturgy. But, others get in touch with the sacred, and themselves, through the written word – a literary ladder to God, if you will.
(RNS) This summer, she's launching a new podcast that already is set to hit a million downloads in its first month. And she's releasing a book — her 12th — in which she shares more about her life's ups and downs than in any other she's written.
(RNS) If you can't stand the heat, fan yourself with one of these books, each with a religion theme.
From Brandon Sanderson and James Dashner to Shannon Hale and Ally Condie, many of the top novelists for the YA market are Mormon. What's up with that?
(The Conversation) On Monday (June 26), Harry James Potter — the world’s most famous wizard — will celebrate his 20th birthday. Some Christians have been resistant to Harry’s charms from the start.
(RNS) A new book by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist charts a sweeping religious revival that has limits.
(RNS) What to read at the beach, at the pool or in the hammock without leaving your brain — or your interest in religion — behind.
(RNS) Rob Bell says the Bible has been hijacked by fundamentalists, and it's time to take it back.
(RNS) For the popular activist and author, freedom comes from living out the 12 degrees of humility found in the Rule of St. Benedict, which guides her life as a Benedictine nun. And they're just as applicable today.
(RNS) The best-selling Christian author and patron saint of writers everywhere started thinking about mercy and 'accidentally' wrote the book 'Hallelujah Anyway,' published this week.
(RNS) The 'first couple' are much more than an origins story, author Bruce Feiler writes. They are a tale about overcoming fear and loneliness, of making sacrifices for one's beloved, of dealing with enormous loss and, ultimately, of dying.