At least for now.
Author - Mark Silk
Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college's Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. He is a Contributing Editor of the Religion News Service
When he said that God doesn't hear the prayer of a Jew.
A new history of New Orleans by the man who broke the Catholic abuse story.
Something to do with its influence on the Trump administration.
It's called the Johnson Amendment.
RNS asked some of the country’s top faith leaders, scholars and activists to consider what changes the religion landscape will see in 2019. Find all their...
Indirect market-based solutions are incompatible with moral imperatives.
So here we are, well into Hannukah, and across the land Jewish parents are racking their brains and clicking on two-day deliveries from Amazon. Too bad that...
(RNS) — A reticent Yankee Episcopalian, Bush did not make his religion part of his political life. Until the presidential campaign of 1988, that is.
Hope springs eternal.
It's not just about American Catholicism.
And why that matters.
(RNS) — The trends in the religious vote yesterday should overshadow whatever cheer Republicans take out of Election Day.
Shades of the Fugitive Slave Law.
That fact should not be elided.