The judge who was slam-dunked for claiming that Secular Humanism is a religion would be happy with the Army’s decision approving Humanism as a religious preference for its personnel.
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The details about the pontiff’s alleged call to an Argentine woman are changing, but if the story is true, it would still be a big deal. Here’s why, and what we know so far.
Baroness Elizabeth Berridge, chair of the U.K. All-Party Parliamentary Group on International Religious Freedom, explains why she’s working with allies in the U.S., Brazil, South Africa and beyond to promote global religious freedom.
BYU professor Margaret Blair Young will speak in Cincinnati this weekend on black Mormon pioneers.
Matthew Vines’ book “God and the Gay Christian” makes a Biblical case for same-sex relationships. Albert Mohler is among the conservative Christians issuing swift criticisms of the book. RNS’ Jonathan Merritt talks to both leaders.
Whither evangelicalism? These days, the cleverest answer on the inside comes from Russell Moore, the theologian who’s approaching his first anniversary as president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
Egg-strodinary jokes about religion. Get it?
In an effort to understand the growing exodus from organized religion among Americans, many people get some things about the religiously unaffiliated (or “Nones”) wrong. Here are three of them.
Meb Keflezighi won the Boston Marathon yesterday, the first American man to do so since 1983. How do we respond when national grief requires a triumphant narrative?
Are we clinging today to metaphors and allegories of our ancestors as they clung to their idols? What are some of the metaphors from scriptures that no longer serve us, no longer bring us closer to God, yet we insist on clinging to them?