Four nonprofits are urging the United Nations to pressure the federal government to protect queer residents of the Lone Star state.
Jedidiah Murphy is set to be executed on World Day Against the Death Penalty.
A veteran NPR reporter tells all about his misadventures covering religion in America.
The campaign's "gentle savior" image is cynically designed to attract those who are normally repelled by their right-wing views.
Powerful interests are sending Texas youth out to do battle against LGBTQ+ people, abortion, and progressive causes.
Brian McLaren's book "Do I Stay Christian?" challenges the faithful to examine the harm caused by modern religion.
A former pastor explains why more churchgoers must condemn the bigotry of Donald Trump and his supporters in order to save democracy.
The town remains divided in the aftermath of the Robb Elementary School tragedy, and the division runs through the church.
A Dallas mosque’s decision to partner with law enforcement during a nation-wide reckoning on the role of policing fits into a broader hesitation from Muslim communities to jeopardize relationships with police departments.
Katherine Stewart’s The Power Worshippers exposes the Christian right’s attempts to revise history and create an American theocracy.