The Stanleys, a family of Christian pot farmers, are trying to be good stewards of “God’s plant”
Historian Michael Beschloss explores the differences between what presidents say about religion and what they actually believe.
While the Founding Fathers mostly saw religion as positive for society, they also believed that government should not play favorites among the faiths.
Discovering the places where Christians and Muslims live as neighbors — from ancient times until today.
Two women filed suit against the town board of Greece, N.Y. for beginning monthly business meetings with Christian prayer.
Widespread support exists for making Papua New Guinea officially a Christian nation, possibly banning non-Christian religions. We have ample evidence that theocracies don’t work.
I was raised in a Christian household, but after attending weekly classes at a local mosque — asking questions, reading the Qur’an, praying and talking with Muslim women — I realized I was one of them, and took the shahada.