African American, Latinx, and other minority groups are underrepresented in religion publishing and writing. Next week, the Publishing in Color conference in New Jersey sets out to help them get a foot in the door.
Millennials are authentic and relational "resident crap detectors" whose voices are vital for the church -- if the church would stop doing everything in its power to drive them away.
Remember back when evangelical publishing houses used to have a whole cottage industry of anti-Mormon books?
(RNS) A controversial new book wins praise from evangelicals and condemnation from some who knew the famous atheist, who died in 2011.
(RNS) In July 1776, 56 brave men signed a Declaration of Independence and pledged everything -- their "lives, fortunes and sacred honor" -- to freedom and democracy. They set aside “I” and paid dearly for it.
(RNS) Heaven is hot -- just ask any bookseller in America. Folks have been going to heaven with amazing regularity lately. They look around then come back to report on the trip. For publishers, it's a lucrative journey.