Faith leaders reflect on the historic SCOTUS decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide.
The Synod’s statement is not perfect, and it leaves out the most important thing. But it represents great promise for gay Catholics.
A document from the Synod of Bishops provokes debate from the right and left flanks of the Catholic Church.
In an unexpected move, the Supreme Court leaves intact lower court rulings, legalizing same sex marriage in 11 additional states.
The three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled 2-1 that gay men and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry.
Recovering from its policy shift on hiring employees in same-sex marriages, World Vision tries to shore up its evangelical base.
“Religion and sex are tracking each other like never before,” says sociologist Mark Regnerus.
A journalist and longtime observer of American religious culture offers some advice to his evangelical friends.
After Chick-fil-A, Phil Robertson, and World Vision, evangelicals should rethink their response to — and creation of — public squabbles over gay marriage.
Why “welcome and wanted” is a biblical response to gay and lesbian couples in evangelical churches.
From Chick-fil-A to Phil Robertson to World Vision, evangelicalism is embroiled in a public struggle over how to respond to the growing acceptance of homosexuality.