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.
Her seven-night miniseries may highlight similarities between religions, but it also seeks to render the complexities of various faiths honestly.
What went wrong with the conversion ministry, according to Alan Chambers, who once led its largest organization
The rogue journalist has a history of erroneous reporting and outrageous comments, but the network doesn't seem to be moved by it.
The brash Manhattan billionaire would seem to stand for values they despise—yet conservative Christian voters are flocking to his campaign.
The famed evangelist, who made his reputation with humanitarian works, calls for a halt to “all immigration of Muslims to the U.S.”
Obama's call to ban the practice reflects a tectonic shift within the community that once championed it.
Scripture seems to back most Americans' view that he would oppose capital punishment—but that hasn't translated into widespread opposition.
If conservative Christians really believe they are becoming a marginalized movement, why would they want to disempower marginalized people in the marketplace?
His comments about gays are offensive, but his vision of the Jim Crow South is shocking—and his conservative defenders and liberal assailants are mostly ignoring it.
In trying to police his depiction, Megyn Kelly is wrong on both the facts and the essential universality of the Christian message.
The religious right has been in decline for years. Can progressives build a new "moral majority"?
And that just might help save the evangelical movement.
Do we really want a country where people won't do commerce with those who have beliefs different than their own?
As American Evangelicals have become more partisan, American Christianity has suffered as more shy away from the faith.