(RNS) The president has vowed to gut the law barring clergy and churches from politicking without risking their tax-exempt status. But his promise may be more symbol than substance.
WASHINGTON (RNS) More free speech for advocates in the public square should be something that everyone can get behind, whether Democrat or Republican.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Beware, for as soon as the church joins at the hip with a particular candidate or party, its ability to speak truth to power and not risk being co-opted by the government is hindered.
(RNS) Legislation introduced in Congress aims to 'restore' religious liberty in the pulpit. Will it? Let us 'Splain ...