(RNS) — August 28 is the anniversary of both Martin Luther King Jr.’s 'Dream' speech and the lynching of Emmett Till, eight years apart.
(RNS) — A letter in which the first president mentions the actions of 'Providence' has rekindled interest in the controversial matter of Washington’s faith life.
(RNS) — 'At a potluck, you don’t want everyone to bring mashed potatoes,' says the founder and president of the Interfaith Youth Core.
(RNS) It has placed the Bible in the hands of the military and disaster victims and people who speak most of the languages of the world.
(RNS) Many evangelicals would agree with Andrew Sullivan’s assessment of Trump. But they believe the situation is worse than Sullivan imagines.
(RNS) The founders knew from their study of history that a republic is only successful when its members are willing to take care of one another.
(RNS) What Americans, especially Christian Americans, must understand is this: Religious freedom for some is not religious freedom for long.
(RNS) At one point in our history, a prosecutor could argue that an outwardly observant Muslim was unlikely to kill someone. Changing political realities have altered that logic.
(RNS) Attempts to favor one faith -- historically Protestant Christianity -- over others in the public square are doomed to fail in the new religious America of the 21st century. But that won't stop many in the majority from trying. By Charles C. Haynes.
(RNS) This Fourth of July, after the parades are over, I propose we all devote a few minutes to remembering our least Christian president. Instead of reading David Barton, go straight to Thomas Jefferson himself and to the words he chose to deliver on his first day as president. By Stephen Prothero.