Mark I. Pinsky| Religion News Service




Stories by Mark I. Pinsky| Religion News Service
U.S. nuns strike a positive note on Vatican investigation

ORLANDO, Fla. — U.S. Catholic nuns — accused by Rome of “radical feminism” for advocating social justice at the expense … Continued

(CORRECTION) Assemblies of God defies denominational decline

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Assemblies of God, a denomination rooted in rural and small town America, appears to have leaped … Continued

Assemblies of God defies denominational decline

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Assemblies of God, a denomination rooted in rural and small town America, appears to have leaped … Continued

COMMENTARY: Concealed handguns a form of white social control

Racism remains a dark, durable — and seemingly intractable — element of the American personality. Predictably, the trial of George … Continued

Joel Hunter pays a price for political activism

LONGWOOD, Fla.  (RNS)  There’s a price to pay for becoming the voice of moderate conservatism and coalition politics. Even more … Continued

COMMENTARY: NBC’s ‘Save Me’ may need rescuing

Mixing religion and entertainment, as NBC has tried to do with its new prime time TV sitcom “Save Me,” starring … Continued