(RNS) — Lent can help us turn away from politics and focus on how our participation in a consumerist, throwaway culture contributes to inequality.
FRESNO, Calif. (RNS) — A long-shot effort to sway evangelicals away from Trump is the logical next step in Doug Pagitt's long trajectory as a Christian leader.
(RNS) — We can follow their example to stop supporting candidates who use faith as a means to consolidate power, influence or money.
(RNS) — The lay Catholic group teaches a model of dialogue that urges us to Christ-like suffering as a bridge to those with opposing views.
(RNS) — Democratic candidates have been quoting the Bible, but if they are going to ignore evangelical concerns, the political gains will be few.
(AP) — For 14 years under its first indigenous president, Bolivians saw Christian symbols replaced with the Andean deity Pachamama, but a new president has vowed to bring back the Bible.
(RNS) — Can people who are plagued with doubt feel welcomed by a church that is filled with those who are certain about what they believe?
(RNS) — Cash was an outspoken patriot, and his patriotism made the gospel messages found in his music vulnerable to distortion.
(RNS) — If evangelical leaders don't oppose the president's worst behavior with prophetic witness, they are complicit in his sins.
(RNS) — No advocate of religious liberty should hail President Trump as a champion on these issues.
(RNS) — Religious leaders were split along liberal and conservative lines, though even the president's staunchest supporters appeared unsettled about the potential blowback from the attack.
(RNS) — 'Scripture is clear,' writes the former vice president. 'It’s not enough to just wish the world were better — it’s our duty to make it so.'
(RNS) — Critics say the legislation, which for the first time conditions Indian citizenship on religion, violates the secular constitution of the world's largest democracy.
(RNS) — On social issues, younger evangelicals are drifting toward the center. But the data is mixed on whether they can stomach voting for anyone but the GOP.
(RNS) — Turning the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom into a federal bureaucracy will curtail its proven ability to act boldly and independently.