With all the talk about the Religious Right, it’s easy to forget there even is a Religious Left. But the Trump Administration might just stir things up.
A former United States president says there’s a resurgence of racism in the church and faith leaders should be at the forefront of stopping it.
For the past few days, I’ve been watching reaction to Colin Kaepernick’s decision to remain seated during the National Anthem.
I have new respect this week for people who choose to attempt to express important points on Facebook.
If you’re one of those types who likes dropping links without any commentary on people’s Facebook posts, it might help if you read articles before you do so.
After the series of events this week that culminated with the execution of five Dallas police officers and the shootings of several others, it’s time we discuss “Black Lives Matter.”
The Southern Baptist Convention approved a resolution this week urging Christians to stop displaying the Confederate battle flag.
The landlord has asked a church at the center of controversial comments about the Orlando shooting to consider moving out.
The same day 49 people were killed by a gunman in the Orlando Nightclub shooting, a California pastor said he didn’t think Christians should be mourning.
As people decide whether to respond to the Orlando nightclub shooting on social media, others are fighting over who’s saying what.
A family group concerned about the Target bathroom policy denies it has tested the ‘barriers’ of the retailer’s policy by sending men in ladies’ rooms.
People have been calling for a Target boycott since the retailer invited shoppers to use the restroom they feel comfortable using. More than 900,000 …