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A former Philadelphia church official imprisoned over his handling of abuse complaints is seeking bail after Pennsylvania’s highest court granted him a new trial.
Most Americans find human enhancement technologies worrying. Religion plays a big role in shaping those attitudes.
In 1997, Joshua Harris book "I Kissed Dating Goodbye" ushered thousands of young evangelicals into 'purity culture.' Two decades later, some of us are grappling with the harm it caused us.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
The first U.S. church official convicted over his handling of priest abuse complaints could leave prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed his conviction was flawed.
A Massachusetts man has been charged with threatening to burn down Boston’s largest mosque and making other threats to the Muslim community.
We must lift up our anger to a higher purpose.
A group of atheists has sued Kansas City, Missouri, officials over the planned use of $65,000 in tourism tax dollars to aid an upcoming Baptist convention.
After midnight, Daughtry walked to each important spot in the convention center to pray over what would happen there.
Clinton has searched before for spiritual mooring for herself and for the nation. This week, she needs to find it.
A Buddhist monk has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $260,000 from the Louisiana temple he led and gambling most of the money at a casino.
LaHaye co-wrote the "Left Behind" series that sold more than 65 million copies.
A Jewish inmate on Kentucky’s death row is suing in federal court, saying he was unfairly removed from a kosher meals program for eating an unlabeled meal of rotisserie chicken.
If the goal of terrorism is to stoke fear and fuel animosity, then Trump’s party is extending the impact of ISIS.
Pope Francis has condemned “deplorable acts of terrorism and violence” in Munich and Kabul that have left dozens dead in recent days.
Support for migrants is so central to Pope Francis’ vision for the church that he has made welcoming them a potential test for those seeking entry to Heaven on Judgment Day.
There were dire warnings for the Boy Scouts of America a year ago when the group’s leaders, under intense pressure, voted to end a long-standing blanket ban on participation by openly gay adults. Several of the biggest sponsors of Scout units, including the Roman Catholic, Mormon and Southern Baptist churches, were openly dismayed, raising the prospect of mass defections.
California Gov. Jerry Brown is denying parole for Leslie Van Houten, the youngest follower of murderous cult leader Charles Manson.
A suburban Denver baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his case after a lower court ruled he must provide the service despite his Christian beliefs.
Vacation Bible schools, stained-glass exhibit, D.C. Zinefest and more.