(RNS) — Interfaith work means saying ‘Amen’ to other people’s invocations and reading others’ Scripture. At what point is accommodating other faiths’ beliefs still fruitful?
(RNS) — Be glad President Donald Trump is holding the Bible, not because he is the embodiment of its words, but because it offers the fruits of the Spirit that he, and all of us, need.
(RNS) — It is time to put the common good over our personal good; it is time to respect science not partisan spin masters; it is time to be our better selves.
(RNS) — Recent praise of the president has some evangelical leaders reassuring followers that Trump had no delusions about the nature of his mission. But you could see how he might.
(RNS) — While fasting is a time-honored way to observe Lent, another ancient tradition concerns being nourished by the Word of God.
(RNS) — Mark is a nag, but we need him to keep us honest, to keep us from being self-satisfied in our Christianity.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Poring over some 1,300 sermon notes from 'America’s pastor,' Museum of the Bible associate curator Anthony Schmidt has tracked Graham's evolution as a preacher from the Cold War into the 2000s.
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — The Bible has never belonged to one group alone. Its internet namesake shouldn’t either.
(RNS) — Many people — including a large segment of evangelicals — fail to grasp the God-given distinction between the church and government.
(RNS) — This is “Ordinary Time" — a boring title for the part of the year that is not Advent, Christmas, Lent or Easter. But it is also an opportunity to be an extraordinary Catholic.
(RNS) — You could call these artists book lovers, but only in the way that you could call Michelangelo a marble lover or Edward Scissorhands a tree lover.
(RNS) — For $35 million, the LDS church gets a handwritten copy of its founding text, while the Community of Christ gets a much-needed boost to its bottom line.
(RNS) One of the Catholic Church’s traditional arguments against the priestly ordination of women revolves around Jesus of Nazareth being a man. But the authors of the Christian Scriptures would never have understood that logic.
"Jesus absolutely treated women differently than the prevailing religious authorities of his time," author Mary Demuth says.
Jesus was not the first Christian; he was a faithful practicing Jewish person. According to one Catholic historian, forgetting this fact has severe consequences.