(RNS) — If you can wander through a big-box retailer with a couple of hundred others, why can’t you sit in your family car on a Sunday and listen to a sermon?
(RNS) — ‘It’s a big day, Nov. 3; that’s going to be one of the biggest dates in the history of religion, as far as I’m concerned,’ Trump said.
(RNS) — While taking up USCIRF's chair position, Perkins remains president of the Family Research Council, sending emails emphasizing how his group's ‘influence is being felt in Washington, D.C. and across our nation.’
(RNS) — It started with some nuns on a bus. Now, with midterm elections coming, two more faith-based organizations are hitting the road to get out the evangelical Christian vote.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The secretary of state told participants in the annual Values Voter Summit that American pastor Andrew Brunson ‘has been wrongly held’ and should be released.
(RNS) — Evangelical conservative Christians may find themselves in a quandary this year, championing an administration that shares their public policy goals but may fall short of their private values.
(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.
(RNS) — Tony Perkins, leader of the Christian lobbying group Family Research Council, has been appointed to a U.S. government commission dedicated to 'defending the universal right to freedom of religion or belief abroad.'
(RNS) Many religious leaders were eager to see this 1954 law weakened. Others wanted to see it preserved.
(The Conversation) In most instances, a justice’s religious faith has been a poor predictor of his or her judicial philosophy.
WASHINGTON (RNS) More free speech for advocates in the public square should be something that everyone can get behind, whether Democrat or Republican.
(RNS) How did something as fundamentally American as religious freedom become a culture war weapon against LGBT people and their families?
(RNS) This false forgiveness is too often the result of the pressure professional Christians feel to forgive when they are in the public eye.
Josh Duggar apologized Thursday (May 21) and abruptly resigned his job at the Family Research Council in Washington, one of the leading conservative groups fighting abortion and gay marriage among other causes.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam says churches are "entirely focused" on abortion and same-sex marriage. The numbers tell a different story.