A recent report indicates that incidents spiked during and immediately after white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Bartlett was both pastor and professor, “a single career that integrated the two roles,” a colleague observed.
People who attend services once a month or more give ten times more than those who attend less often, according to a recent study.
There are only 802 Samaritans in the world. But they are hopeful for the future.
One of the country’s most powerful institutions, the Roman Catholic Church, is stepping up its criticism of President Duterte's crackdown.
Only 11 percent of evangelicals are younger than 30, according to a recent study.
Three secularist organizations objected to goverment funds maintaining the 40-foot-high World War I memorial.
More than 60 years ago, the divinity school denied Caldwell admission because he is black.
The campaign is confronting four interlocking issues: systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, and ecological devastation.
Some members of the 2,000-year-old church worry that the veneration of those martyred by militants goes too far.
Unlike Hollywood portrayals of peaceful monks, some in Myanmar are spurring violence against Muslims in the name of Buddhist nationalism.
Because Trump replaced his earlier order, a legal challenge to it is moot.
Leaders of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a nonprofit, requested the tax benefit. The IRS rejected their claim.
The high court decision is a challenge to the ultra-Orthodox establishment.
In a neighborhood controlled by gangs, Rodríguez ministers to their families—and sometimes the men themselves.