They vote on everything. They’re committed to peace. Can a church that defines itself by harmony survive dissonance over homosexuality?
Recent debates about the role of humanists in the military have sparked strong emotions.
How do you spell that? G-o-d! Or sometimes: g-o-d.
Francis's visit was fraught with tensions, but its focus was clear: uniting the world's Christians.
People care more about belief in God than specific religious affiliation in their presidents.
Is the denomination really softening its views on homosexuality and pre-marital relations?
As more courts start legalizing same-sex marriage in Southern and Midwestern states, will cultural mores catch up with the law?
A new survey suggests that many Asians, Africans, Middle Easterners, young people, Muslims, and Hindus believe that facts about the genocide have been distorted.
A task force of Southern Baptist ministers reports its finding on the sect's declining rate of dunkings, saying, "We have a spiritual problem."
The life of 95-year-old Benjamin Ferencz, the only living prosecutor from the war-crime trials that followed the Holocaust
A new study shows that 57 percent of Hispanics believe in otherworldly beings—and the percentage is even higher among evangelical Protestants.
Why the U.S. Church's largest population is quickly converting away from the faith
A cardinal has criticized the United States’ largest organization of consecrated women for moving away from "the center of faith in Christ Jesus the Lord"—toward New Age cosmology?
@Pontifex won more than 13,000 retweets—and some wild speculation—on a message he's given before.
As the demographics of religion change in the United States, faith may have a different degree of influence than it once did.
Are you a Life Hacker? Have you Self-Actualized? The way you talk says a lot about your work life.
What corporate buzzwords reveal about the history of work
(and what a corporate-buzzword quiz reveals about you)
A small, Jesuit publishing house in Chicago won the bid to print the pontiff's first collection of writings in the U.S. But this isn't just any mass-market book—and it's tricky to build a brand for the Bishop of Rome.
A new movie about the afterlife is the equivalent of spirituality porn—but is that so bad?
The origins of workplace jargon
And other controversial questions raised by a new Tennessee law that claims to protect religious kids from discrimination