(RNS) — But among those who do find a great deal of meaning in their religious faith, more than half say it is the single most important source of meaning in their lives.
(RNS) — Dueling sociologists can't agree on whether the most intensely religious segment of the American population is shrinking.
(RNS) — The meeting comes one month after the death of Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi, for which Saudi Arabia has acknowledged responsibility.
(RNS) — In our current political morass, we need to constantly remind ourselves that Christians, and their politics, should bring relief and flourishing to those whom the world counts as the least.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The White House says its administration 'continues to engage hundreds of faith leaders on various issues that directly impact their communities,’ but some say they’re not in that number.
CHICAGO (RNS) — As Constitution Day passed this month, popular evangelical Christian authors Eric Metaxas and John Fea discussed the topic on university campuses in the Chicago area.
(RNS) — Religious freedom isn’t just for your own faith. It’s for people of all faiths or it isn’t religious freedom at all.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Americans United said the informal group is violating the 1972 Federal Advisory Committee Act established to provide greater transparency for the executive branch.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — President Trump reportedly reminded those attending of the gains under his administration and urged them to push their followers to vote in November.
Their Bible is not our Bible. Any questions?
(RNS) — For years, American evangelicals have cultivated ties with Russia, highlighted by a 2015 meeting between Franklin Graham, son of the late Billy Graham, and Putin in Russia.
(RNS) — While a few conservative evangelical Trump supporters have openly criticized his administration's border policy separating children from their parents, most of the 'court evangelicals' have not. Their silence sheds light on how evangelicals have defined 'family values' for the past 40 years.
There is nothing unusual with a religious organization making employees sign a statement of faith. But the fact that the ABS has decided to adopt such a statement after functioning for 202 years without one makes this development noteworthy.
(RNS) — When people gather for dinner in hundreds of homes, mosques, churches, synagogues and community centers across the country, it shows another way for our country.
(RNS) — Nearly a dozen workers have quit after the introduction of a policy that cements the organization's shift toward a narrow evangelical identity.