(RNS) While most Christians might not be caught smoking a joint, opinions on how states should handle those who possess or sell marijuana varies among religious leaders.
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About Sarah Pulliam Bailey
Sarah Pulliam Bailey joined RNS as a national correspondent at RNS in 2013. Bailey most recently worked as managing editor for Odyssey Networks, covering religion through multimedia. Before that, she spent four years as online editor for Christianity Today.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who portrayed a range of characters, died Sunday. The rate of abortion has dropped to its lowest since 1973. Europe marches on the culture wars.
(RNS) The congresswoman who’s already being compared to Sarah Palin hinted at a term that has faded from Republican rhetoric in recent years: compassionate conservatism.
Pope Francis released doves, only for them to get attacked by other birds. Queen Latifah wed 33 during Sunday’s Grammy Awards. Thieves have stolen a vial of Pope John Paul II’s blood.
(RNS) Conservative Christian activist Dinesh D’Souza has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of arranging excessive campaign contributions to a U.S. Senate candidate.
NEW YORK (RNS) “For the image of God exists in all human beings: black and white; rich and poor; straight and gay; conservative and liberal; victim and perpetrator; citizen and undocumented; believer and unbeliever,” the Imago Dei campaign states.
(RNS) According to researchers, norms related to marriage and fertility that tend to be popular among conservative Protestants — younger marriage, more kids, less higher education — affect all people, no matter their personal religious affiliation.
(RNS) James Dobson will speak at the March for Life rally on Jan. 22, as part of a new strategy to expand the annual event’s reach beyond its Catholic base to include evangelicals.
(RNS) “Too often, we old guys hang on too long and steal the spotlight from the new, bright, shining stars emerging as speakers and leaders,” Campolo said. “We keep occupying leadership without stepping aside and getting behind these speakers.”