(RNS) — The American Family Association and other critics say the popular series, which will soon begin its second season, glamorizes suicide.
(RNS) — The more time I’ve spent around my Muslim friends, the more I’ve considered being more deliberate about my prayer life.
(RNS) — There were parts of 'Jesus Christ Superstar' that troubled me. But they're not worth losing sleep over.
(RNS) — The author of the new book 'Paul: A Biography,' calls the apostle 'one of the great intellectual, cultural, spiritual thinkers of the whole world.'
VIENNA (RNS) — Change in the Desert Kingdom has helped establish it as a serious player in interfaith dialogue.
(RNS) — It spreads a message that many Africans say is too rarely heard: that people from different religious groups on the continent can be each other's heroes.
(RNS) — Across six decades of public ministry, Billy Graham preached to some 215 million people. Here's how he touched the lives of five of them.
(RNS) — Billy Graham's sometimes daring innovations were guided by the simple motivation to remain faithful to a divine message and proclaim it in the most effective way possible.
(RNS) — 'He was a model of financial respectability,' said Graham biographer William Martin. 'There was never a desperation pitch.'
(RNS) — 'Facing Death and the Life After' is just one of the more than 30 books he wrote.
(RNS) — 'Your counsel, advice, encouragement and prayer have been my mainstay and at times I have almost clung to you in my weakness, in hours of obsession, problems and difficulties,' Billy Graham wrote in a 1963 letter to his wife, Ruth.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Billy Graham is remembered for a subtle approach to politics that contrasts sharply with many of today's openly political evangelicals.
(RNS) — One of them was his anti-Semitic remarks made in a taped conversation with President Nixon.
(RNS) — A man who started his career as a Fuller Brush salesman lived an extraordinary life that spanned more than nine decades.
(RNS) — 'He would have to be viewed as by far the most important, single religious figure of the 20th century here in America,' said Randall Balmer, chairman of the religion department at Dartmouth College.