According to a new study, some mainline Protestant churches are much more likely to reply to an email from a potential new member with a white-sounding name than a black-, Hispanic- or Asian-sounding name.
An Illinois State University professor researched how the Episcopal Church held together in the midst of public and protracted crisis.
In the ongoing debates about the separation of church and state, what if both sides are wrong about how the government and religion interacted when our republic was young?
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