WASHINGTON (RNS) The Obama administration’s ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom is hoping to make more money in the private sector.
(RNS) When she signed up on eHarmony, the website asked J. Dana Trent what faiths she’d be open to in a partner. She initially checked Christian and Jewish, and then, on a whim, added other faith traditions. That ended up including Fred Eaker, an American-born Hindu convert.
Soul Pancake has launched a new weekly series with Zach Anner, a young self-described “religious idiot” who is venturing out to talk with people about their faith — or lack of same.
“If you could draw a picture of God — any god, whichever you happen to believe in — what would it look like?”
Rachel Maddow reports on the Senate chaplain using his opening prayer to criticize the behavior of members of Congress for shutting down the government.
(RNS) Vague Jews and “mushy Christians” have a lot in common. Survey after survey finds many people who don’t know or care about doctrine or practice still proudly claim a religious brand identity.
Getting married right now isn’t going to solve any of your problems — it’s just going to make new ones for you.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The exhibit, creator Cynthia Farrell Johnson said, will hopefully “help people see the absurdity of our existence when we try to pile too many things in one day.”