On what would have been Anne Frank's 90th birthday, Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin shares a reminder that she was not a Jewish saint, and not a Jewish icon, and not merely a symbol, but primarily a child.
One of the oldest Southern Baptist churches in Missouri will celebrate 200 years of Christian work at a special worship service at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 23.
(RNS) — Like their sisters and brothers in the Southern Baptist Convention this week, Cooperative Baptists will gather in Birmingham next week and wrestle with many of the same questions that our SBC friends are. One question we won't be considering is whether God calls
JERUSALEM (RNS) — Refuit Golan had visited the Old City of Jerusalem before, but it wasn't until she toured the ancient site while listening to a voice-guided tour for the visually impaired that she fully began to appreciate its history and significance.
After years of playing down or even ceding the message of faith and values to Republicans, Democratic presidential candidates are trying to reclaim it in the 2020 election, sharing their own personal faith stories
A day after Hattie Mitchell and Darlene Turner-Harper received Master of Divinity degrees from Central Seminary, there was a celebration of CENTRAL Wisconsin's 10th graduating class including a message featuring Biblical accounts of God working through "two women."
The classic children’s song about Zacchaeus — a wee little man was he — strikes me as odd. The song ends just as the story really gets good. And it has parallels to the report released by Southern Seminary in Louisville, Ky., documenting the school’s
After the U.S. Supreme Court decided the Masterpiece Cakeshop case last year, it sent another controversial case – Arlene’s Flowers, Inc.. v. Washington – back to the Washington Supreme Court for reconsideration in light of the ruling.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (RNS) — Three women who experienced sexual abuse took center stage on Monday (June 10) to address how the nation's largest Protestant denomination should deal with the issue. And they didn’t mince words.