Jonathan Greenblatt, director of the Anti-Defamation League, is calling on “all public figures” to speak out against intolerance.
The movement reveres and follows the teachings of an 85-year-old Saudi Arabian cleric.
The web portal's creators hope others will submit documents on church finances, policies and procedures, and sexual abuse case settlements.
Mosques and cemeteries were destroyed—and possibly evidence of mass graves.
Magdalene House Kerrville—a sister organization of the program in Nashville, Tennessee—serves survivors of sex trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Hundreds of U.S.-based workers have lost their jobs in the past year. Many of them are refugees themselves.
Fackre was influential in the formation of the United Church of Christ and wrote the five-volume work The Christian Story.
The two dozen centers across the country want to cast off the perception that evangelicals are anti-intellectual.
Activists such as Rosa Namises see the nation's abortion law as an inheritance from a racist government—one that contributes to high maternal death rates.
Climate change's toll is increasing in South Africa.
Three Indonesian Christians moved into their church in New Jersey—one of more than 30 congregations sheltering people facing deportation.
Hundreds of people awaiting deportation hearings would have been incarcerated in Elkhart County, Indiana.
Pope Francis has encouraged a new translation—but is also letting local bishops decide which one to use.
Before his consecration as bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land, Azar was a pastor in Jerusalem's Old City for three decades.
Law enforcement is seeking to forge partnerships with faith leaders. It raises a variety of questions about balancing safety with other concerns.