Mark Galli, editor-in-chief of the influential evangelical magazine Christianity Today, founded by evangelist Billy Graham in 1956, says President Donald Trump should be removed from office.
By Jack Jenkins / Religion News Service
A congressional proposal that seeks to balance religious freedom and equal protection for LGBT citizens has received a mixed reaction from Christian organizations.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
The nation’s capital is about to have one less museum when the Newseum closes Dec. 31, but the Religious Freedom Center that was housed there will continue operations.
By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
Church-state expert Melissa Rogers defines the relationship between the U.S. government and religion as one with “meaningful independence,” but the ability to cooperate to do good.
By Aysha Khan / Religion News Service
Leith Anderson is a fan of the word “evangelical” and the Christians who claim that name. But he knows the term may have outlived its usefulness in a polarized country where evangelical has often become a synonym for conservative Republican.
Three faith-based groups that assist with refugee resettlement are suing the federal government, arguing a recent executive order granting state and local officials the authority to block refugee resettlement violates federal law and inhibits their ability to practice their faith.
A first-of-its-kind survey finds 88 percent of American Jews say anti-Semitism is a problem in the United States today, and nearly one-third report they avoid publicly wearing, carrying or displaying objects or symbols that might help people identify them as Jewish.
By Yonat Shimron / Religion News Service
Several Baptist groups have endorsed an interdenominational call to pray for revival on Nov. 3—a revival of respect and civility in politics.
Democratic presidential hopefuls waded into theological waters while speaking at a forum on LGBTQ equality, and one sparked a firestorm with his call to revoke the tax-exempt status of religious institutions that oppose same-sex marriage.
The Trump administration’s announcement that it once again will slash refugee admissions to the United States to unprecedented lows was met with outcry by refugee resettlement groups, many of them faith-based.
By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
Southern Baptist leaders welcomed indications from the U.S. Trade Ambassador on Aug. 13 that a so-called “Bible tax” on Scripture printed in China will be avoided.
By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has sent a letter to Trump administration officials calling on them not to reduce the refugee cap to zero, arguing that doing so could call into question a promise to assist persecuted religious minorities abroad.