Americans with no religious identity are open to stopping by church from time to time.
The latest Pew report’s findings will ricochet through American faith, culture, and politics.
Young adults’ views on moral issues are a long way from what some major religions preach.
Leaders of faith-based nonprofits say that faith and foreign aid can’t be separated.
“Post-Seculars” are religious and scientifically minded, but break with both packs when the two collide.
A new study says that many Americans think God has a hand in the outcome of sporting events.
Two nights in 1949 changed Billy Graham, Louis Zamperini, and American evangelicalism.
For Steve Green, controversy over his Museum of the Bible simply proves the holy book’s timeless intrigue.
A new Pew Research Center survey shows more Americans worrying about the decline of religious influence in policy and politics.
A new study finds more congregations are open to gays lesbians, racial diversity, and exuberant worship experiences.
A recent survey found that most Americans support offering aid to child refugees and migrants, rather than deporting them immediately.
Americans view Jews and Christians warmly, while atheists and Muslims get the cold shoulder.
In the showdown over Obamacare, the core legal question is whether a private company has religious rights.
A new study finds that people lie to pollsters about how often they attend church.
Don’t confuse Satanism with paganism or Wicca. It’s a category of religion unto itself.
Is it the job of government to decide whether one’s beliefs are worthwhile and sincere?
The growing group of “nones” include many more unbranded believers than atheists, and an increasingly diverse racial and ethnic mix.
Science and religion already co-exist. But a new organization hopes they get along even better — and for the good of society.
The fight over contraception in Obamacare remains a fight over when life begins.