Fiercely Zionist yet pragmatic. Bold but not charismatic. The independent leader of a disparate coalition.
And will he regret it?
How faith has been shaped by Obergefell, the Charleston murders, Me Too, and more
Debating the best ways to pressure corporations for social good
How did Yemen arrive at this point?
The 1983 revision put forward by Pope John Paul II to the entire code made it impossible for bishops to dismiss priests.
The reprisal against former Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama has created urgency in Indonesia and elsewhere for protecting civil liberties.
A 32-member commission is seeking a way forward for a denomination with a lesbian bishop—and a policy barring ordained LGBTQ people.
A global denomination, a clash of principles, and the coming reckoning
Evangelical politicians were among the most vocal opponents of Dilma Rouseff and her party's social programs.
After the global meeting in Crete, conciliarity and orthodoxy hang in delicate balance.
"A commemoration, not a celebration." What does this mean?