(RNS) — Looking outside politics might actually provide the clue.
NEW YORK (UMNS) A group of United Methodist clergywomen created #wepraywithher to join a larger devotional project for the U.S. presidential candidate and honor women who have broken glass ceilings for them.
(RNS) In his column, Moore said there were times during the campaign he thought it would have been 'negligent' to keep quiet.
(RNS) Religion gave billions of people meaning in their lives and inspired good deeds this year, but in news coverage it was linked to bloodshed and blamed for fueling bigotry.
(RNS) In an annual poll of religion news writers, Trump shares spotlight with Khizr and Ghazala Khan, Pope Francis and more.
(RNS) Now that the bitterly contested presidential election is behind us, how can we bring the country closer together?
(RNS) Many of Trump's new appointments are people of faith. Some are supported or opposed by different faith groups; others have made public statements or taken actions regarding different faith groups.
(RNS) Faith prevented him from being a 'faithless elector.'
(RNS) We have Election Day data on plenty of other religious groups. Why not Muslims?
(RNS) 'We're looking for any good signs but the signs he is sending are not good,' Ibrahim Hooper, spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said of Trump.
(RNS) The facts didn’t matter. What we believed mattered and our beliefs were what made the facts the facts.
(RNS) “I am dismayed and scared for what this means for the poor, for creation and for all of our descendants,” said Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb.
(RNS) Evangelical support for Donald Trump surged even as prominent evangelicals, including Southern Baptist Russell Moore, railed against Trump's behavior toward immigrants, women and other groups as un-Christian.
(RNS) Marijuana, gun control, the death penalty and the minimum wage are some of the issues being highlighted by religious leaders.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Trump’s team photographed and sent a copy of the letter to Ynet News and Yedioth Ahronoth, Israeli sister publications.