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Family Christian Stores announced from its headquarters in Grand Rapids, Mich., Thursday that it will close the doors on all 240 of its stores, including one at the Quintard Mall in Oxford, after 85 years in business.
A committee in the Alabama House gave its approval Wednesday to a bill that would create a religious exemption to the state's photo ID requirement for voters.
The ’Splainer (as in "You’ve got some ’splaining to do") is an occasional feature in which the RNS staff gives you everything you need to know about current events to hold your own at the water cooler.
A recent survey of the religious profile of the 115th Congress revealed that despite the increase in the number of Americans who claim no religious affiliation, members of Congress are overwhelmingly religious, with only one member identifying as having no religion.
On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that placed a stay on refugees from seven Muslim majority countries. Entrance of refugees from Syria, however, will be banned for the next 120 days.
Before the Martha Waldrip stood in front of a congregation in Weaver to tell the story of how she came to play piano and organ for 73 years at two churches, she let her organ do the talking, walking it through a rendition of “Holy, Holy, Holy” as the choir sang at the foot of the stained-glass Jesus, arms outstretched.
Last Friday’s inauguration presented Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner with a dilemma: How to travel around Washington after the start of the Jewish Sabbath at 4:58 p.m.
(Editor’s note: Since Donald Trump’s victory in last year’s election, many Christians became convinced he was chosen by God to be president even though he hardly fits their mold of a virtuous leader. In our "Hand of God" series, we take a closer look at the widespread belief that God interve…
He had done it before, after Tucson, Aurora, Fort Hood and Sandy Hook: taken on the mantle of the pastor-in-chief before a crowd of mourners for lives taken too soon by a man with a gun.
The immigration debate has witnessed a parade of cases of selectively appealing to Scripture to support open borders and amnesty for immigrants who enter the country illegally. It is ironic that the political and religious left who normally eschew treating Jewish and Christian Scriptures as …
The eyes of millions will be on Times Square in New York City at midnight Dec. 31, when a giant illuminated ball will drop to herald the New Year — a tradition that dates back to 1906.