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COMMENTARY: The value of connections

HODGDON ISLAND, Maine — For our three-night sojourn in coastal Maine, far from crowds and constructive work, we stayed at … Continued

Exhibit highlights blacks’ connection to Scripture

NEW YORK — A new exhibit at New York’s Museum of Biblical Art makes one point clear and inescapable: Biblical … Continued

Interfaith is a state of mind

VIA BLOOMBERG President Obama prepares to speak during a memorial service for victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting … Continued

New’Terumah’ phone app will link churches with far-flung followers

DECATUR, Ala. — It’s a a little like stumbling across the beginnings of Google or Facebook in a spare bedroom. … Continued

Jews push back against Scouts over policy banning gays

NEW ORLEANS — For nearly a decade, hundreds of local Boy Scouts have learned the virtues of the Ten Commandments … Continued

Breakaway group offers more progressive form of Catholicism

FAIRFAX, Va. — About 30 people are gathered in a dark, makeshift sanctuary at St. Anthony of Padua Church as … Continued

How a Mormon scholar went from doubter to believer

As an 11-year-old boy, Don Bradley went looking for gold plates. After all, Mormon founder Joseph Smith said he was … Continued

Swimming for the soul

Aaron Favila AP Filipino girls participate in swimming lessons at a public pool in the Dapitan Sports Complex in Manila, … Continued

Do you have faith in the media?

A visiting Martian might be forgiven for thinking that Americans care more about the religion of prospective presidential candidates than … Continued

Good Friday, Passover mean headaches for opening day

For millions of Americans, Major League Baseball’s opening day is more than a rite of spring, it’s a near-religious experience. … Continued