Religious freedom advocate Katrina Lantos Swett calls the crisis “perhaps the great moral challenge of our time right now.”
Kenneth A. Briggs writes about his two-year quest to investigate the Bible’s disappearance from public life and see where he could find it still.
The denomination today is an increasingly evangelical and global body of over 12 million in which Americans will soon be the minority.
Bishop Jackson Nasoore Ole Sapit, 52, a traditionalist who has steered clear of gay issues, will be installed July 3.
The report says the religious freedom of minorities in India is being violated with support from its ruling party.
Should the church’s ban on same-sex marriage be upheld? Methodists from around the world will discuss that and other issues at their May 10-20 General Conference in Portland.
Voting 88 to 32, the church body’s Bishops Conference approves creating a liturgy for same-sex weddings.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Bible made the American Library Association’s list of books that have drawn complaints from the public.
Big business is trying to “rebrand” religious liberty as bigotry by distorting the facts about policies supported by Americans.
It’s been two years since the abduction of nearly 300 Chibok schoolgirls by Boko Haram militants in northeast Nigeria.
At the sold-out Set Free Global Summit April 4-7 in Greensboro, N.C., some 900 church and ministry leaders discuss what to do about pornography.
Fifty-two percent of the 5.4 million people living in Scotland have no religion, according to a recent survey.
For every Anglican church in England that has closed over the past six years, more than three Pentecostal or charismatic churches have taken their place.