House Speaker Mike Johnson is set to keynote an event for lawmakers who promote conservative Christian dominance — the latest connection illustrating his close relationship with Christian extremists.
Here's how one professor holds on to the pacifism and silent meditation espoused by Quakers when the world feels like it's on fire.
NPR's Asma Khalid asks Palestinian Christians Munther Issac and Tamar Haddad about their efforts to convince American lawmakers to support a ceasefire in the war between Israel and Hamas.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Harinder Singh, senior research fellow at the Sikh Research Institute, about the DOJ's charges against an Indian national for plotting to kill a Sikh American.
The U.S. Justice Department announced charges against an Indian national for allegedly taking part in a murder-for-hire scheme on American soil orchestrated by an Indian government employee.
Atlantic writer Tim Alberta grew up in the evangelical church, the son of a pastor. His book, The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory, examines why so many evangelicals are ardent Trump supporters.
Francis' planned Saturday address would have been the first time a pope had addressed a U.N. climate conference, which is taking place in Dubai.
Legendary actor Patrick Stewart talks about his time on Star Trek and the supernatural experiences that have shaped his spirituality.
Bishop Carlton Pearson, who died last week, challenged Christian doctrine by declaring that hell did not exist. NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with the bishop's agent and friend, Will Bogle.
Some churches are extending Advent, the season that leads up to Christmas. (This story first aired on Morning Edition on November 20, 2023.)