(RNS) — If Trump has invigorated the religious right in America, he has also galvanized the religious left.
(RNS) — 'I wouldn’t back down for the same reason I wouldn’t have left President Obama or Secretary Clinton had they asked me to be an adviser, even though I largely disagreed with their policies,' writes the Rev. Johnnie Moore. (COMMENTARY)
(RNS) The three Abrahamic religions -- Judaism, Christianity and Islam -- weigh in on the spiritual and moral consequences of telling a whopper.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The president, a Presbyterian, folded his arms at times and sat silently for the most part during the 70-minute service.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The new president took the oath on two Bibles and then pledged to wipe out "radical Islamic terrorism" in a dark speech cheered by supporters and protested by foes.
How is America different? Another reason that you never considered before.
On being stripped of illusions about being at home in a good land called America.
(RNS) When President Obama rests his hand on two historic Bibles to take his second-term oath of office Monday, he'll add a phrase not mentioned in the Constitution: "So help me God." But the Almighty's role on the Capitol steps is a controversial one. By Cathy Lynn Grossman.
(RNS) The Rev. Adam Hamilton, a United Methodist pastor from Kansas known for his centrist views, will deliver the sermon at the National Prayer Service Tuesday at Washington National Cathedral, which concludes President Obama's inaugural ceremonies. By Daniel Burke.
(RNS) It's the constitutionally mandated oath of office, not the pair of historic Bibles, that is both necessary and sufficient for President Obama to begin his second term. Linking that oath to any religious text does not add to its efficacy. By A. James Rudin.
(RNS) President Obama will take oath of office on Bibles that once belonged to Abraham Lincoln and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Obama's own use of Scripture echoes his two heroes. By Daniel Burke.
HuffPo and CNN are reporting that the Presidential Inaugural Committee has selected the longtime rector of the "Church of the Presidents" to give the benediction at President Obama's inauguration next week. By Kevin Eckstrom.
(RNS) Myrlie Evers-Williams, the widow of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers, will be the first laywoman to give an invocation at a presidential inauguration when she prays at President Obama’s swearing-in on Jan. 21. By Adelle M. Banks.
Here's our list of (real and imagined) possibilities. Some are obvious, some less so. For our betting dollars, we're banking on someone in Louie Giglio's profile: unique but not necessarily a household name.
(RNS) Americans' acceptance of gays and lesbians is continuing to grow, with a new poll showing that just over a third of Americans view homosexuality as a sin, down from 44 percent a year earlier. By David Gibson.
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