(RNS) The Democratic contenders, who don't tend to lean on religious arguments, face off in a town hall Monday (Jan. 25).
(RNS) Trump used his familiar attack lines on his rivals, quoting the Bible and promising to "Win! Win! Win!"
She said it was the word for "deliberately destroying lives and wiping out the existence Christians and other religious minorities."
(RNS) The president and Hillary Clinton are tops on the list but The Donald and the pontiff were also "top of mind" for many Americans when asked who they most admired.
"They are going to people, showing videos of Donald Trump insulting Islam and Muslims in order to recruit more radical jihadists," Hillary Clinton said at the Democrats' debate Saturday.
(RNS) What does Donald Trump believe? Ted Cruz? Hillary Clinton? The RNS series, 5 Faith Facts, offers the religious background for the leading candidates for each party's nomination for the 2016 presidential election.
If we can't condemn Islam for Muslim terrorists, why condemn Christians? asks Jonah Goldberg.
WASHINGTON - All the donors appear to have ties to a Turkish religious movement named for its founder, Fethullah Gülen, which has been accused by the Turkish government of attempting a coup in that country.
(RNS) Religion may pop up at Tuesday's first Democratic presidential debate. Be prepared with our backgrounders.
(RNS) Hillary Clinton shouldn’t label an opposing position as “extreme” just because she doesn’t agree with it.
A close look at nones suggests two things: So far, they haven't changed U.S. religious politics very much, but in time they are going to change them profoundly.
(RNS) He's zealous about religious freedom, accuses the Islamic State of religious genocide, and fervently wants to defeat Hillary Clinton.
The former spiritual advisor to President Bill Clinton says he supports Hillary even though he is pro-life. He lays out why he thinks other Christians should too.
WASHINGTON (RNS) “Grace notes," as she calls them, are the gifts that are "undeserved but bestowed by the everyday joys, beauties, kindnesses, pleasures of life that can strike a deep chord of connection between us and the divine."
WASHINGTON (RNS) The Obama administration's ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom is hoping to make more money in the private sector.