The COVID-19 pandemic, which has transformed virtually every aspect of public life in America, also has touched a very intimate part of Americans’ lives: their religious faith and worship habits.
How to contend with diversity is one of the great questions of our day for political leaders, religious leaders and the American people. Too many influential people believe and tell the story that either a diverse America is a threat to Christianity, or that Christianity
Despite their messages and their ads, few Americans see the Democratic presidential candidates as very religious, according to a survey released Thursday (Feb. 27) by Pew Research Center.
Many Hollywood people who knew Bean were amazed that the final act in his wild life — from Communist sympathizer to father-in-law of the late conservative raconteur Andrew Breitbart — didn’t make it into news reports.
The Religious Freedom and Business Foundation’s religious inclusion rankings, released last month, highlight 10 companies among the Fortune 100 that demonstrate inclusion of religion as an integral part of its diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
“What we share in status updates and how we talk to other people – what we rejoice over and what we lament – says something about what we believe about God,” according to theologian Angela Gorrell.
(RNS) — The past 10 years have witnessed monumental demographic shifts in the U.S., catastrophic natural disasters and new urgency on climate change, and a reckoning on sex abuse among religious groups. What will the next decade hold?
(The Conversation) Harriet Tubman worked as a slave, spy and eventually as an abolitionist. A historian of American slavery notes how belief in God helped Tubman remain fearless, even when she came face to face with many challenges.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Emmanuel Perez was about 15 years old when he decided the Catholic faith was not for him. He is representative of a shift over the last decade where the percentage of Latinos who identify as Catholic, has dropper 10%..
Rather than abandon small and often rural churches, religious denominations are embracing creative solutions.