The state of Texas will execute a death row inmate next week. Is capital punishment as it exists in the United States contrary to religious teachings?
The state of Texas will kill a man next week. In the eyes of God, does it have the right to?
Humans may be wired to need some kind of faith, but it doesn’t have to be like this.
Kelly J. Baker is a writer and scholar of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s. She sees frightening similarities between that culture and the violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
The new president elevates a liberal Catholicism that once seemed destined to fade away.
Virtual services are inadequate — but I keep going.
Churches are doing what politicians have been unable to do, rescuing Americans from crushing medical bills.
Mr. Lentz has been a rising star on the evangelical stage thanks in part to his connection to the singer Justin Bieber.
Welcome to the post-Protestant Reformation.
The invisibility of Drake’s Cross in a San Francisco park may make it the most fitting monument to white supremacy in the country.
President Trump threatened to overrule states that refuse to open places of worship. The White House could not explain how he has that power, and legal experts said he did not have such authority.
President Trump has always been an unlikely champion of evangelical and conservative religious voters, and by speaking out, he put himself out front on an issue important to them at a time when his support has been eroding.
Modern life is ugly, brutal and barren. Maybe you should try a Latin Mass.