The Christian musician says she is unsure about the morality of LGBTQ relationships. Not all of her fans are prepared to accept that.
Religious communities often face a choice: Sell off the buildings they can no longer afford, or find a way to fill them with new uses.
America’s largest Protestant group moves to cut ties with the Republican Party and reengage with mainstream culture.
A denominational leader’s claim that abused women should remain in their broken marriages is forcing Southern Baptists to pick sides.
Jonathan Martin was removed by armed campus police officers and told never to return.
America's largest Protestant denomination has produced a revised translation that incorporates many features it had long condemned.
Richard Grenell’s struggles with his faith and identity inform his public work.
Are you there, God? It’s I, robot.
They were Ronald Reagan’s allies during the Cold War. But some now want the president-elect to build bridges with Vladimir Putin.
Members disillusioned by support for the president-elect can more easily effect change if they stay put.
A national campus fellowship network told employees they can be fired for their beliefs on LGBT relationships.
The Republican candidate brings on board a new religious-outreach director.
Conservative evangelicals were unwilling to offer forgiveness to a Democrat who asked for it. But they have freely offered it to a Republican who doesn’t want it.
An evangelical Christian and avowed feminist argues that God intends every woman to work.
The presidential candidate has been cozying up to conservative Christians. Recently, they’ve been cozying back.
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?