(RNS) — Hawkins' story points to evangelical Christians' difficulties with Islam, but it also raises questions about what it means to be an ally and what exactly embodied solidarity means.
(RNS) — Once a fringe spiritual practice, witchcraft has become a key, and increasingly popular, component of feminist political resistance.
(RNS) — Most of America's religiously unaffiliated millennials are not so much religious 'nones' as they are religious 'manys.'
Women just want someone to listen. And not just women.
(RNS) – 'In the narrative of American Islam, there's this complete omission of these black Muslim women who are so critical to its making,' says Sylvia Chan-Malik.
(RNS) — RNS asked Grace Ji-Sun Kim, a theologian and author, to consider what 2018 will mean for religion.
Julie Roys says feminism may have contributed to our current crisis and fundamentalists may be making it worse.
It is time for the two groups to set aside their differences and unite for the common good.
Conservative Christian writer Wendy Alsup says God was the first feminist and that the Bible, rightly understood, is pro-women.
(RNS) 'The Handmaid's Tale' is terrifying. It is also scandalously biblical.
(RNS) A popular hashtag shows the divide between men and women in some churches.
Championing "women issues" is not the same as championing women, says Allison Trowbridge.
Linda Sarsour says you can't be a feminist and support Israel. Wrong, wrong, wrong.
Critiquing the church has become taboo among many, but sharing our suffering may help you heal from spiritual wounds.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Rachel Azaria has been described as the only member of Israel’s 66-member coalition government willing to challenge the ultra-Orthodox monopoly on family rights and religion-and-state issues.