Tennessee is just the latest state to pass legislation claiming to protect conservatives who object to LGBT relationships and identity.
How the faith of Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip, shaped his work
The Republican front-runner named his favorite verse—now, if only he knew what it meant.
Considered by conservatives to be one of postmodern society’s greatest threats, moral relativism may now be a relic of the past.
New data show that most Americans consider the beliefs and practices of traditionalist Christians to be ‘extreme’—but is that warranted?
Conservative Christian leaders have proven unable to steer the race, exposing the splintered state of their movement.
The faithful have reportedly been either dismayed or infatuated with the Republican frontrunner. Could both narratives be true?
Many Christians believe God requires the faithful to donate a tenth of their income to charity. Will they vote for a candidate who doesn’t?
The global communion suspended its Episcopal branch for accepting same-sex marriage—yet has failed to address dubious behavior of its leaders elsewhere.
When the billionaire speaks at Liberty University, he'll have a chance to solidify support from evangelicals.
It’s not just religion that keeps the Christmas tale going—it offers all the elements of a gripping narrative.
Conservative Christian leaders anointed the Texas senator at a secret gathering. Will their support propel him above Trump?
There probably weren’t three kings. And Jesus wasn't blonde.
Religious humor—when done right—can benefit everyone.
Its meaning has shifted throughout Christianity’s long history and changes depending on who you ask. Why?
The Liberty University president told students that with more concealed-carry permits, “we could end those Muslims.”
The Republican candidate’s attacks on Muslims threaten the religious freedom of all faiths.
Mister Rogers, the iconic television host, was a Presbyterian minister—but his show touched people of all faiths.
Some conservatives think the public isn’t telling the truth about the extent of its support. They may be right—but not in the way they think.
The film’s telling of the Catholic Church’s sex abuses reminds viewers how good, honest journalism has the power to transform a community.