The women of Kountze, Texas, have been fighting for four years to put Bible verses on their banners. Their case is a look at what's ahead for religious-liberty conflicts in America.
Young Americans might be leaving religion in large numbers, but for some, rules, ritual, and tradition are attractive ways to find meaning in daily life.
Non-religious families often find it difficult to educate their children without relying on conservative Christian curricula and communities.
Finding love within the Zoroastrian community can be complicated, especially because interfaith couples aren’t always accepted.
Young, LGBT Latter-day Saints can’t live the ideal life of marriage and family described in their religion. But deciding to leave isn't straightforward.
A new generation of young leaders in Baltimore are largely organizing outside of congregations. What does this mean for their movement—and for the Church?
Introducing our special project on the changing nature of beliefs and practices among teens, 20-, and 30-somethings
A new survey suggests that more people of all ages are choosing their own beliefs.
Decades from now, Christians and Muslims may account for two-thirds of the global population—suggesting that not all societies are becoming more secular.
How childhood influences churchgoing