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Woman sues InterVarsity over firing after her divorce

RNS () — A Michigan woman has filed a wrongful-termination lawsuit against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, saying she was fired because … Continued

COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches

RNS () — As Congress makes a final attempt this fall to act on comprehensive immigration reform, the debate is … Continued

How to keep the faith on campus

Sept. 22, 2010Prospective students leave the undergraduate admissions building to take a tour of Georgetown University campus in Northwest Washington. … Continued

New Gettysburg museum explores role of faith in Civil War

When Confederate soldiers bore down on Gettysburg, Pa., in 1863, a quiet seminary building atop a ridge was transformed — … Continued

Boston amputees face a long spiritual struggle ahead

BOSTON — In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings that left three dead and more than 260 injured, perhaps … Continued

God and man in Tampa

GETTY IMAGES Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney delivers his nomination acceptance speech during the final day of … Continued

The new evangelical vote

White evangelical voters just aren’t as predictable as they used to be. That’s the news out of Iowa – and … Continued

Which First comes first?

In light of the continuing political uprising throughout the Middle East, American leaders are reported to be recalculating their approach … Continued

Engagement or provocation? Going too far in faith critiques

Our times are characterized by an increasing religious diversity that manifests itself in religious conflict, even violence, as well as … Continued

Obama’s religious commitment: the Constitution

In the wake of his weekend rally, Glenn Beck kept up the drumbeat of criticism about President Obama’s religion, calling … Continued

Fort Hood and the limits of human rights

Q: What was the most important religion story of 2009? The biggest story in religion and faith of this past … Continued

Better angels needed for peace in Christmas wars

Q: What do you think of the American Humanist Association’s new “Godless Holiday” campaign? The ads will say: “No God? … Continued

Immigration Gets ‘Churchy’

“The future of immigration reform legislation rests with faith communities.” –Cardinal Mahony, the Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles Cardinal Mahony … Continued

Rove’s Flip-Flop Fallacy

Writing in the Wall Street Journal last week, President Bush’s former deputy chief of staff and master strategist Karl Rove … Continued

Spies in the Pews? Is Nothing Sacred?

A member of Trinity United Church of Christ, the church once led by Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright and where Senator … Continued

The U.S. is Post-Denominational

It is clear from this Pew study that the old denominational affiliations no longer apply. The religious landscape in the … Continued

As in Islam, Holy Days a Balancing Act

Every year since I knew myself as a young Muslim kid growing up in the Gambia, Christians in Africa, in … Continued

God Talk Unplugged

The God Talk was kept to a cathedral-like whisper at Thursday’s Democratic Debate in Iowa. Joe Biden cited one line … Continued

Postscript to the Republican Debate

On Friday I devoted 99% of my 20/20 vision to a peculiar question asked by a participant in the CNN … Continued

Faithful to Christ Despite Doubts

It neither makes me think less, nor more of Mother Teresa that she doubted. It does, however, remind me of … Continued