(RNS) — A recent tweetstorm about how to teach kids about faith was a testament to how little we hear in our national conversation from those who have experienced religious trauma.
(RNS) — A viral tweet sparked a conversation among Christians about the morality of parents passing on the faith to their children.
(RNS) — A specter has been haunting white evangelicalism, in the shape of the late James Cone, a founder of black liberation theology.
(RNS) — Weird Christianity may still be a fringe identity, but it gets at a much bigger question about the future of Christianity in an increasingly fragmented, irreligious age.
(RNS) — If we can use a softer label or somehow chalk sexual violence up to lust or hormones or a woman’s seduction, those who defend or cover up for clergy sexual abuse are off the hook.
(RNS) — The furor over #PlantGate may help explain why it’s so difficult to make progress in responding to climate change.
(RNS) — If passed, the bill would be the first legislation to focus specifically on Muslims’ rights.
(RNS) — If they want to win back the White House, Democrats need to reach Christian voters. At least on social media, Democratic candidates are failing to do so.
(RNS) — This weekend's deadly shootings came on the heels of President Trump’s denigration of the city of Baltimore. The two stories have more in common than you might think.
(RNS) — If Twitter really wants to be a neutral space for debate, it can't choose between Silicon Valley's progressive ideology and the religious commitments of Pope Francis.
(RNS) — Grieving is no longer a private process. Today, we reach out to our community of friends and family worldwide for solace on Facebook or Instagram or Twitter.
(RNS) — Political insiders and other pundits who are public about their beliefs are taking steps to tweet, post and blog according to the tenets of their faith.
(RNS) — Not waiting for social media platforms to take action, institutions from Washington to Auschwitz combat hate by creating a 'virtual community of remembrance.'
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Speaker Nancy Pelosi's public rebuke of a freshman representative who helped deliver the Democratic House majority was the latest exposure of an increasingly tense split among Democrats over U.S.-Israeli policy.