Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neal Gorsuch has been attending Episcopal churches for much of his adult life. This has been the source of some concern for conservative Christian leaders, given the Episcopal Church’s more liberal stance on issues such as abortion and equal marriage rights.
The Diocese of Virginia released the following statement today, regarding a joint effort between them and the church in Fairfax City, which is affiliated with the ACNA. Discussions between the two groups have been ongoing for several years, and are progressing favorably towards the establishment of an “institute or school for peace and reconciliation.”
On Friday evening, Deep Rai was working on his car in his driveway in Kent, a suburb of Seattle, when he was approached by a stranger. The stranger spoke to him aggressively, telling Rai to “go back to his country,” before shoving him to the ground and shooting him in the arm.
Some Christian conservatives who have spoken out against Trump have faced backlash, some even losing their jobs for refusing to “keep quiet.”
Uncontroversial when passed in 1954, Trump threatens to do away with the law prohibiting mixing of politics and religion; but many voices across the spectrum suggest there are compelling reasons to leave it alone
“Do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.” The messages of Sunday’s readings are timely reminders of our duties as Christians.
After a fire on January 14 almost completely destroyed a mosque in Bellevue, WA, many local churches offered space for the community to pray.
Presidential inaugurations are always an American civil religious festival that reflects the personality and faith of the person being sworn in. Today is no exception.
Laurie Goodstein, of the New York Times, talked about the dearth of religious literacy in journalism and how this hurts both people of faith and society as a whole.
Content Warning: racist, antisemitic, and homophobic language used in vandalism. Episcopal churches in Maryland and Indiana were vandalized with pro-Trump,…
The U.S. Commission on Civil rights finds that lawyers and the courts are stumped about religious liberty. There is no easy way to untangle the knots caused by the competing claims to protect minority groups and the free expression of religion.