(RNS) — God is always working in ways we don’t often see. Evidently, so are his people.
(RNS) — Even as we get a clearer view of what each side is ultimately advocating for, it's not likely that our divided political climate will allow either side to prevail decisively and indefinitely.
(RNS) — Some faith and business leaders oppose a proposal that they say would let Texans use their faith as a shield to deny services as mundane as plumbing or towing a car.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The current rules and treatment of prisoners in the federal justice system are an affront to the dignity of men and women made in the image of God.
(RNS) — This year, five state legislatures passed laws mandating that every public school prominently display the national motto 'In God We Trust.'
(RNS) — And it can be found in pending federal legislation.
(Reuters) New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie say he may rethink signing the bill if it is revised.
(RNS) More than 75 Jewish community centers across the nation have received bomb threats since Jan. 9.
(RNS) It is the common impulse of people of goodwill everywhere to prevent or at least mitigate all forms of gratuitous suffering.
(RNS) The campaign follows Target's announcement that transgender customers may use the restroom that “corresponds with their gender identity.
ATLANTA -- The bill grants churches, religious schools or faith-based associations the right to reject holding events for people or groups to whom they object.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Activists and legal experts agreed there was one tool missing in the new law: public accommodations provisions that might ban discrimination in the sale of goods and services.
VIENNA (RNS) The government argues that the legislation, which Parliament will vote on this month, will help combat Islamic radicalism. Muslim groups and civic activists say it flouts the principle of equality.
JERUSALEM (RNS) The yeshiva student exemptions have created a deep rift in Israel, where nearly all men and women are drafted for up to three years of military service.
(RNS) The Church of England's governing body agreed to consider new draft legislation consecrating women bishops by November this year, with the goal of passing new legislation no later than November 2015.