(RNS) — From a new book by RNS correspondent Jack Jenkins that chronicles a new era of progressive activism and the hard work of reforging connections and reckoning with past mistakes required to revive a movement.
(RNS) — Cash was an outspoken patriot, and his patriotism made the gospel messages found in his music vulnerable to distortion.
(RNS) — If evangelical leaders don't oppose the president's worst behavior with prophetic witness, they are complicit in his sins.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Methodists, Baptists, Quakers and other religious counter-demonstrators far outnumbered the white supremacists assembled for the 'Unite the Right 2' rally in D.C. on Sunday.
(RNS) — Blacks and Jews. The enduring intersectionality. Thank you for reminding us, Spike Lee.
(RNS) — Theologians and ethicists, and religion scholars are raising money for legal fees for Charlottesville, Va., protester and calling his demonstration against racism a ‘model’ of ‘scholar-activism.’
(RNS) — And the president himself tops the list of religion newsmakers of the year — despite his lack of church attendance and biblical literacy.
(RNS) — There is no surprise that Mormon whiteness is newly discussed at a time when alt-right agitators and Charlottesville demonstrators have provoked discussion of the meaning of 'white.'
David Bowie got it right: This is not America. It is time for Jews to proclaim a better way.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — President Trump's most prominent spiritual adviser speaks to the Religion News Association's annual conference in Nashville.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Officials said their decision-making process concerning the windows sped up after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., last month.
(RNS) — Calls from Jewish critics to Jewish supporters of Trump to renounce the president have created rifts within families and the larger community.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Some questioned the morality of Trump administration policies.
(RNS) — It was not images from the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville that spurred the Rev. William Aitcheson to come forward.
(RNS) — 'I wouldn’t back down for the same reason I wouldn’t have left President Obama or Secretary Clinton had they asked me to be an adviser, even though I largely disagreed with their policies,' writes the Rev. Johnnie Moore. (COMMENTARY)