(RNS) — The national conversation about the confrontation at the Lincoln Memorial should always have been how we treat Native Americans, older people, and the marginalized, not whether a white kid got a bad rap in the media.
The Trump Administration is making America more comfortable for conservative Christians.
(RNS) — Time might make memories fuzzy, but it doesn’t erase physical, emotional and spiritual wounds.
(RNS) — It's been 150 years since the Civil War ended, but does the racist theology remain?
(RNS) There is no 'one size fits all' schooling solution for Christian parents as we guide them to love the Lord with all their hearts, minds and strength.
(RNS) Rod Dreher might consider retreating from the secularizing forces of modernity to a more ascetic lifestyle. But he doesn’t need to take the rest of upper-middle-class white Christianity with him.
...my Benedictine friends distance themselves from the strictly “Benedict” version, despite some corollaries, coincidences, and common sources.
(RNS) Kentucky clerk Kim Davis has hindered the public debate about religious liberty for traditionalist believers at a time when it needs serious arguments, not circus-tent theatrics.
(RNS) It is harmful to religion and to democracy when one group is ready to turn its back on civil society and another group is ready to push it.
NEW YORK (RNS) Cardinal Timothy Dolan's positive reaction to this week's decision by organizers of New York's annual St. Patrick's Day parade to allow gay groups to march initially drew charitable responses. Then some Catholics turned.
(RNS) Feeling increasingly alienated and even persecuted, some Christians are adopting a favorite image from Scripture -- that of the Babylonian captivity.
(RNS) The relative ambivalence among prominent evangelicals about this new "Mormon moment" -- and the fact that Mitt Romney's campaign could mainstream Mormonism right into the Oval Office – could radically shift the dynamics on America's political and religious landscape. By Jonathan Merritt.