(RNS) — Scholars, faith leaders, activists and other experts predict what changes the American and global religious landscapes will see after the New Year.
DENVER (RNS) — It's become important for scholars to share their knowledge in an era of fake news and religious divisions. It's also become dangerous.
(RNS) We asked the Rev. David Gushee, a prominent Christian ethicist, to consider what 2018 will mean for religion.
(RNS) — Here are 10 memoirs that blend the spiritual or religious with politics, mental health, death and dying, marriage, motherhood, divorce, academia and founding a business.
(RNS) — The president did not attend the annual American Academy of Religion meeting, but he took top billing on the scholars' agenda.
(RNS) — 'Given the baggage it’s taken on, the term is probably not salvageable. The effort to redeem it is probably not worth the cost in time and energy,' writes Tom Krattenmaker.
(RNS) Some say that when it comes to LGBT issues, there is no middle ground. Not true, says Jennifer A. Marshall: 'the United States was made for this.'
Sightings responds to David Gushee's July 4th column on “Seven hard truths.”
BOSTON (RNS) The shift in this year's Q conference reflects the reality that conversations about human sexality do not occur in echo chambers of monologue, isolated from those who disagree.
(RNS) Christian leaders say Jesus' state-sponsored execution should prompt believers to oppose the death penalty.
The evangelical ethicist says Christianity must abandon “toxic traditions” that harm the LGBT community.
WASHINGTON (RNS) What can you believe about gays and still call yourself an evangelical? And who gets to decide?
(RNS) Forty years after the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion, poll numbers reveal how Americans' feelings about abortion have changed -- and remained the same.