JERUSALEM (AP) — An evangelical broadcaster in Israel now risks being taken off the air over suspicions of trying to convert Jews to Christianity, exposing tensions between Israel and its evangelical Christian supporters.
(RNS) — In a new book, religion scholar L. Benjamin Rolsky looks at the history of the religious left from the unusual perspective of 'All in the Family' and its creator, Norman Lear.
(RNS) — The hard-drinking, foulmouthed priest in Amazon Prime’s series 'Fleabag' has been described as cool. But cool priests don't deny their parishioners the person they really need.
May Marty Funkhouser rest in peace.
(RNS) — The creators of a new CBS show about a mysterious Facebook contact came together just as their faith journeys were diverging.
(RNS) — What's the back story on this British import being revisited and reimagined on television Sunday night? Let us 'Splain ...
(RNS) - Veteran filmmaker Helen Whitney asks nine men and women grappling with death to tell their stories in this two-hour documentary.
(USA Today) — After years of being skewered by programs like "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath," the controversial church with a celebrity following is taking to TV to tell its own truth.
(RNS) — The network enlisted the aid of actual clergy to make 'Living Biblically' more realistic and, hopefully, more funny.
(RNS) — Billy Graham's sometimes daring innovations were guided by the simple motivation to remain faithful to a divine message and proclaim it in the most effective way possible.
(RNS) — Will audiences watch a sitcom about a guy who talks to God?
(RNS) — Since the cancellation of Reza Aslan's 'Believer' series on CNN, another educational show about religion has skated largely under the radar of scholars.
(RNS) — America is about to relive the horror and deep divisions spawned by the U.S. war in Vietnam — convulsions that also tore apart the nation’s religious fabric and still echo across the political and cultural landscape.
(RNS) The presidential press secretary's appearance underscores the Christian media's access to President Trump.
(RNS) Was the "Sudden Departure" an act of God? Is there a God? If there is, why does he let bad things happen to people in the series? These, and other theological "big ones," formed the heart of the HBO series, but went unresolved.