Reparative therapy is a damaging practice. Why do some Christians still promote it?
Anti-LGBT laws are being implemented all around the world due to non affirming theology on same-sex relationships. Will Christians denounce these laws when it's their theology that has influenced them?
The magazine attacks a pro-evolution Christian group for presenting a pro-evolution Christian perspective at their gathering. No, seriously.
In the next several months, three major Christian organizations will host conferences representing a spectrum of views on sexuality and marriage. The first commences today.
One Christian critic argues that anti-spanking Christians are sacrificing the Bible on the altar of modern culture. But such arguments are rooted in tired tropes and unfair characterizations.
God gets to define who God is, and no one else does. If God is pleased to express God's nature in female metaphors, as a birthing, nursing, comforting mother, who are we humans to object?
RNS' senior columnist discusses the implications of the Supreme Court's decision in Hobby Lobby's favor could impact religious liberty discussions more broadly.
Senior columnist for Religion News Service discusses whether Hobby Lobby is hypocritical for doing business with Chinese companies on CNN Newsroom.
ERLC's Russell Moore responds to claims that Hobby Lobby's business decisions compromises their credibility as a "Christian business."
The debate over marijuana legalization has reignited, but some evangelicals are ignoring a critical part of the debate.
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