Yonat Shimron

Compared to American lifestyles of 100 years ago, people today tend to marry and bear children later, and during that transition, they form political sensibilities that guide their choice of religion -- if any, says a new book. more

Local Church

A recent poll shows that 64 percent of the overall public — including majorities of other Christian groups as well as religiously unaffiliated Americans — believes the country is seriously off track. more

Global Health, Disasters & Climate Change

The Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation is sponsoring "Project Blitz," a campaign to get state legislatures to pass laws mandating the motto "In God We Trust" on everything from school buildings to license plates. more

In the World

Two faith-based groups are seeking the abolition of Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) because of documented abuses of immigrants. more

Advocating Justice

John Pavlovitz's experience with organized institutional religion has led him to ask pointed, uncomfortable questions about U.S. Christianity that have gained him a wide following for his blog. more

In the World