(RNS) She’s studied religious philosophy, found comfort in Jesus, and toed a traditionalist Christian line — mostly.
(RNS) The twice-baptized Seventh-day Adventist is known as a culture warrior whose criticisms of President Obama have made him a favorite of conservatives.
The pope, looking well, addressed an elderly crowd and spoke with a smile but any pope’s health makes headlines.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Heather Cook faces manslaughter charges in a hit-and-run drunk driving accident, and church officials charged her with misrepresenting her battles with alcohol.
NEW YORK (RNS) David Brooks is the rarest breed in politics — a conservative Jew who’s captivated by notions of sin, character and the appeal of liberal Catholic activist Dorothy Day.
(RNS) “How do you have an unshattered faith in the face of the death of your son?” said the Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas. “That is what black faith has always been about.”
His 2009 essay, “Losing my religion for equality,” called discrimination against women “a twisted interpretation of the word of God.”
(RNS) Ever heard of “Bible roulette”? It’s featured on this week’s episode of “Dig” — and here’s what that could mean.
MADISON, Tenn. (RNS) Rooms labeled as dungeons in remodeling plans for The Social Club have been renamed as “choir” and “handbell” space in the revamped United Fellowship Center. Courts may decide the sincerity of that conversion.