When was the last time we saw a Democrat actively court religious leaders—not merely in a calculated way to achieve a political end, but because he or she sincerely tied that political end to sacred principles?
(RNS) — Cardinal Joseph Bernardin's 'seamless garment' received magisterial endorsement.
LONDON (RNS) — This past year was a trying one for Justin Welby — but he could be in for greater trials.
(RNS) — Here are some ways to get the best out of Paul.
"I’ve been concerned for Liberty University for a couple of months now, and I’ve held my tongue,” Mark DeMoss said on Super Tuesday.
The conversations at the Q conference did not mirror the raging debates common on cable news networks, but they may more closely resemble the national conversation as it occurs in many homes, workplaces, and churches.
A popular Christian blogger says evangelicals have created a domesticated, American Jesus. But is he just making the same old liberal arguments we've heard for decade.
Top Christian theologians offer their perspectives on recent debates about whether Christians should serve same-sex couples getting married. Their opinions surprisingly differ from many mainstream voices dominating the conversation.
RNS' Jonathan Merritt uncovers a lesser known lecture by Martin Luther King, Jr. with implications for America's current religious liberty debate.
Rodman's antics are consistent with his eccentric past. But they are not diplomacy, and Christians shouldn't support them.
The Republican-led government shutdown may have the unintended effect of driving more young Christians from the GOP.
The evangelical adoption movement is under attack, mostly from the left.
Charles Spurgeon is revered among conservative Christians, but many don't know he was politically liberal.
A new poll shows religious progressives will soon outnumber religious conservatives in America.
Evangelical mega-church pastor Joel Hunter has never been afraid of controversy. But his new environmental documentary seeks to sidestep scandal and opt instead for inspiration.
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