LOS ANGELES (RNS) — 'Run the Race,' the story of two high school brothers trying to overcome their family's struggles, sticks close to the power of fraternal love, sports and the Almighty.
(RNS) For Prince, who died in April 2016, 'every song was either a prayer or foreplay.'
(RNS) For Prince, who died a year ago this Friday, 'every song was either a prayer or foreplay.'
(RNS) A sampling of Prince's more religious songs.
(RNS) The newest novel by the best-selling author has a little-known bit of religious and social history at its heart.
(RNS) Here are eight books that add a little soul food to the usual light summer reading list.
(RNS) Considering where some of "Game of Thrones" stories left off, religion may come further to the fore in the new season, which starts Sunday (April 24).
(RNS) It's time Hollywood treated Bible believers like adults, Aslan says.
(RNS) This ain’t no Sunday school Bible filmstrip, and that's the point, say creators of the series, which portrays events from the biblical book of 1 Samuel.
(RNS) We've seen this device before. Some critics call it "Christian comfort food."
(RNS) Look around. The Virgin Mary is everywhere -- tattoos, roadside shrines, phone cases, even drawstring pants. The mother of Jesus, it seems, can be all things to all people.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Philadelphia magazine crafts its own version of the Obama "Hope" poster to commemorate you-know-who's historic visit to the city.
(RNS) Was the finale of AMC's "Mad Men" really a lesson of American religious history in disguise? Let us 'splain.
(RNS) It's "All in the Family" meets "The Cosby Show" with a focus on issues confronting Muslim-Americans. And while most teaching-tool efforts are dull, this one is funny in a late-night comedy club kind of way.
(RNS) In the show's seventh episode, evil archaeologist Ian Margove (Richard E. Grant) is after the “treasure” the Order of Moriah is supposed to have buried somewhere in Jerusalem.
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