(RNS) — Faith shifts can raise even more questions for millennials and other young adults as they begin to have children.
(RNS) — Julie Faith Parker, associate professor of biblical studies at General Theological Seminary in New York City, is one of the pioneering scholars in the field of childist biblical interpretation — a term she helped introduce in biblical studies in the last decade.
(RNS) — Accompanying children with cancer on their journey, an oncologist says, has taught him that we need show up for those who are grieving.
OKLAHOMA CITY (RNS) — For the poor, buying crayons and pencils, much less shoes and jackets, can be a major financial burden, which has inspired many houses of worship nationwide to get involved.
(RNS) — Nearly half of the estimated 14 million Americans going to camp this summer will be attending Christian camps.
(RNS) — A lack of books and other resources for progressive Christian families is why Daneen Akers recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to write a children’s book of her own, 'Holy Troublemakers and Unconventional Saints.'
When was the last time that every religion agreed on something?
NEWTOWN, Conn. (RNS) — He has few words for the magnitude of what happened but I knew he had to work his own grief, and the way he did so would determine the way in which he walked through the world — whether he could live in faith and not fear.
(RNS) The resolution, which passed Sunday at the church's general synod in Baltimore, also calls on the U.S. to withhold military assistance.
Does the Christian faith call believers to oppose LGBT couples from adopting children?
VATICAN CITY — The book, called "Dear Pope Francis," answers such questions as "What did God do before the world was made?"
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Joseph Palanivel Jeyapaul was found guilty of abusing a girl between 2004 and 2005 while working as a priest in Minnesota.
(RNS) We should be cheering these Jewish leaders who are walking the walk and talking the talk, the biblical walk and talk, that is.
Books and films on heaven and near-death experiences came under scrutiny in 2015. Theologian Scot McKnight says that the topic has become muddled with myths and extra-biblical notions.
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