In three short months, Jaelyn Young and Muhammad Dakhlalla found themselves at the center of America’s debate over radicalization.
People working in ministry, music, and nonprofit advocacy are facing pressure for their political beliefs.
At the annual prayer breakfast in Washington, the president focused on the violent, ideological threats to America.
President Trump may block entry to foreigners who need public benefits—a proposal rooted in 19th-century laws targeting a wave of impoverished immigrants.
Neil Gorsuch has spent his career considering questions of life’s ends—and beginnings.
The radio-show host Eric Metaxas believes protesters and the media are overreacting to the president’s executive order on refugees and immigration.
Why elite Millennials have an aversion to electoral politics—and how Trump might change their attitudes
Many religious groups have urged the president not to give Christians priority in seeking asylum, but some conservative political organizations back his new ban on refugees.
"We will not rest until we restore a culture of life in America,” vowed Vice President Pence at the March for Life on Friday.
Condescension and hostility toward people of faith has a political cost.
The president has quickly moved to restrict abortion. He has also curtailed access for refugees and jeopardized health care for millions of Americans.
Trump announced a new investigation, and his team has cited “studies” suggesting millions of non-citizens cast ballots in November. Little evidence supports this claim.
Is there room in the movement for people who morally object to abortion?
Why some people are withdrawing from mainstream society into “intentional communities”—and what the rest of the country can learn from them
In his farewell address, the president highlighted his legacy on national-security issues, but his actions may have opened the way for future abuses.
In the final days of the Obama administration, the military has issued new guidelines for religious accommodations and dress.
After losing many races in 2016, the party is looking to regain power outside the federal government. But in many ways, it’s not set up to make that change of emphasis.
The U.S. is becoming more diverse in terms of faith, but its legislature isn’t. A major reason? Non-religious Americans' voting rates.
The editor of First Things on Donald Trump and the limits of multi-cultural democracy
A conversation with Michael Wear, a former Obama White House staffer, about the party’s illiteracy on and hostility toward white evangelicals
From mosque surveillance to new religious-exemption laws, a look at some of the issues likely to come up under Trump