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When it comes to the big moral questions we face, Christians would prefer their pastors remain quiet. How exactly did we get to this place?

‘Bishop Beaman’s extensive experience and deep roots in Africa will enable him to lead the Council to achieve its full potential,’ the White House said.

As an Anglican bishop faces a church trial for allegedly minimizing abuse and misconduct, observers are wondering: Could this have happened anywhere?

AI is a growing interest for the U.N., as for national governments, multinational groups, tech companies, and others.

In his new book "The Hidden Roots of White Supremacy: And the Path to a Shared American Future," Robert Jones argues that truly understanding the sordid racial history of the United States requires reckoning with the Doctrine of Discovery.

In "Disobedient Women: How a Small Group of Faithful Women Exposed Abuse, Brought Down Powerful Pastors, and Ignited an Evangelical Reckoning," journalist Sarah Stankorb outlines how access to the internet allowed women to begin dismantling patriarchal authority.

A new reports finds that the number of Christian refugees coming to the US has declined at a time when persecution is on the rise.

'There is a lot of work yet to be done to confront systemic racism,' said the cathedral's Dean Randy Hollerith.

‘I love bringing dancers that I know into the space,’ she said. ‘We had some at my installation.’

Bishop Minerva Carcaño, the first Latina bishop in the denomination and a prominent voice on behalf of immigrants, faced four charges of violating church law.