The pandemic shook up Americans' relationship with religion, and it's still shaking out.
Floyd led the business arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, including its $192 million cooperative program that funds its missions and ministries.
The field of African American religious studies scarcely existed before he took it on in the 1970s with writings distinguished by both their scholarship and their spiritualism.
Archbishop for the Military Services Timothy P. Broglio said that while vaccination is “not sinful,” he stressed that U.S. troops can still refuse vaccination on religious grounds.
Author Jon Meacham, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and others honor the late Holocaust survivor, saying Wiesel's lesson is to address hate
The Catholic sister, in an act of protest, broke into a weapons facility at age 82.
The effort is prompted by the recent discovery of more than 1,000 Indigenous children buried in unmarked graves near residential schools in Canada.
The report’s findings could trigger a public reckoning in a country where church officials long stalled efforts to investigate complicity.
This psychology professor believes people don’t need to be religious to benefit from the wisdom that traditions have to offer.
Images that quickly went viral on social media spurred a backlash from faith groups, including the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which called for an investigation into the border incidents.
The 91-year-old former GOP presidential candidate will focus on training conservative Christian leaders at his Regent University.
Its leaders opposed President Biden’s recent vaccination mandate for businesses.
A dozen projects -- down from the 600 who applied -- will make their pitches to judges for three prizes of $100,000
A global controversy is being felt at a Nebraska church.
Francis wades into an issue splitting the U.S. Catholic Church.
James Huntsman's suit was supported by a former church finance manager who also says officials disguised the source of money to build mall.
The pastor is a 29-year-old small-business owner running in the Republican primary challenge to Sen. James Lankford (Okla.) in 2022.
He sought to open the Episcopal Church to marginalized groups and was known for questioning some of Christianity’s fundamental beliefs.
Christian writer Danté Stewart seeks revelation in Black experience
The Reformed Church in America moves toward restructuring, prepares for departures
Rescuers: Last Jew of Kabul making his way to Israel
Top Democrats woo Black voters in Virginia governor’s race
Millions wanted to ‘Save Saeed.’ Few wanted to help his abused ex-wife.