Who invented Thanksgiving? A famous Jewish doctor in medieval Egypt. Seriously.
MINNEAPOLIS (RNS) 'Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation' at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, is the largest of three U.S. exhibits celebrating the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
(RNS) A new poll shows a growing number of Americans come from mixed-faith families.
An evangelical cartoonist has died. His work was hardly the best that Christianity has to offer.
(RNS) Researchers also found that fewer than half of Protestant senior pastors say their churches permit LGBT people to serve, even in limited ways.
An academic debate on the acceptability of Palestinian terror raises the question: Are there no limits?
(RNS) Respecting female colleagues as equals wasn’t the norm, said a church staffer who served at the national church headquarters from 2008 to 2012.
A Tennessee bill would allow mental health providers to refuse to treat patients based on their religious convictions. But Christian counselors say the bill is discriminatory and unnecessary.
(RNS) By saying nothing about what types of violations occurred, the church heightens the risk that wrongful behavior will be repeated elsewhere.
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) The stunning news that the Anglican leader's biological father was not his mother’s husband may bring the elite-educated primate closer to the people.
Some of the Bible's passages are deeply troubling, and despite the wishful thinking of some Christians, are difficult to reason away.
(RNS) We all say we believe in Jesus, but what we make of that belief is so irreconcilably different I am not sure that we are members of the same religious community.
(RNS) House Bill 0615 looks like little more than an attempt by legislators, perhaps threatened by religious diversity, to protect a Christian culture that seems to be steadily eroding.
Tennessee wants the Bible as its state book? They should learn what it contains.
How should Christians respond to the deposed pastor's return to ministry?