NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) City officials would have us believe all is harmony in Music City. But with the country’s largest community of Iraqi Kurds and sizable groups of Latinos, Somalis and Bhutanese moving into “the Buckle of the Bible Belt” that isn’t always the case.
(RNS) The International Mission Board of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination is running out of cash reserves.
ROME (RNS) The German priest and theologian was a key figure in the Protestant Reformation; he was excommunicated in 1521.
Tim Chaddick, founding pastor of Reality LA, thinks Christians can reclaim a biblical view of life’s forbidden fruits.
Three cheers for the LDS Church for being willing to compromise. Other than “guilt by association,” there was no reason not to, since the BSA was already making accommodations to allow Mormon troops to select their own local leaders.
(RNS) Cruz’s campaign against Planned Parenthood may be an effort to capture the evangelical base away from other contenders.
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LDS leaders understand the need to accommodate to the norms of the larger society.
America is a nation of immigrants that, ironically, often fears immigrants. But it’s not just any immigrants–it’s the “wrong” immigrants. Historically, our immigration policies have been based on racism and religious bias. European Protestants were welcome; Catholics, Jews, Muslims, and others were suspect. One result is diversity within American religion. Some religions have many immigrants. Most churches do not, with […]