A group of rebel pastors is breaking the U.S. tax code which prohibits churches and other non-profits from engaging in electoral politics
Tribal — and religious — distinctions that used to define our leaders and ourselves have fallen away
Yes, there are more people who don’t belong to any particular church, and yet many still believe in God
Mormons are accustomed to being the underdog and finding ways to succeed
Can Romney do for Mormonism what John F. Kennedy did for Catholicism? Here’s why the comparison is premature
The recently discovered papyrus reminds us that a celibate, all-male priesthood needs reform
The rabbi who gave the benediction at the DNC asks, Which candidate will prevent nuclear terror?
How we remember a religious figure says a lot about ourselves
The selection of Paul Ryan has intensified the fight between conservative and liberal Catholics, but branding politicians as “un-Christian” can be bad religion
Jesus believed in a tax rate of at least 50 percent. So how does Paul Ryan’s budget proposal stand up?
A renowned chef (and fried-chicken fan) responds to Chick-fil-A’s opposition to gay marriage
The smooth certainty of the right is just as unattractive as the moral smugness of the left
Why does the Vatican still condemn birth control when it saves women’s lives and prevents future abortions?