(RNS) Recently I have had two conversations that reveal the incredible breadth of moral pluralism that exists not just in America but in the Christian population of America.
(RNS) A new survey, which asked no questions about evolution, looks at the origin of the universe and human morality in Christian terms.
A bonus interview with the New York Times columnist becomes a window into his mind and heart.
On sensitive moral and theological matters, the "New York Times" columnist is ready to share his thinking. But not completely.
Two-finger and hymen tests are flawed, misguided, degrading and discriminatory. Meh, says Indonesia, administering them to female police and military recruits.
Could it be that the exodus of young people from the church and metastasizing negative perceptions of Christians among non-believers is actually a good thing?
RNS' senior columnist discusses the implications of the Supreme Court's decision in Hobby Lobby's favor could impact religious liberty discussions more broadly.
Senior columnist for Religion News Service discusses whether Hobby Lobby is hypocritical for doing business with Chinese companies on CNN Newsroom.
ERLC's Russell Moore responds to claims that Hobby Lobby's business decisions compromises their credibility as a "Christian business."
Dutch primatologist Frans de Waal speaks with RNS about the Bill Nye and Ken Ham creationism debate, "selfish genes," and what humanists can learn from religion.
Insight and analysis on a new study showing that American abortion rates have hit record lows.
A car company's brash commercial promotes an un-Christian message of materialism and workaholism.
It set the record for most uses of the 'F' word in any film (506, if you're counting). There are more drugs than you could shake a stick at, and with ...
Brett McCracken shares how he believes Christians can navigate the moral gray areas in culture.
At 31, Jonathan Fitzgerald has become one of the most thoughtful cultural observers among a rising generation of Christians. Here, he talks about his new book, morality, pop culture, and whether he believes God is “still important” today.
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