NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Russell Moore of Christianity Today about the results of an investigation showing top Southern Baptists stonewalled and denigrated sex abuse victims over almost two decades.
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention stonewalled and denigrated survivors of clergy sex abuse over almost two decades, according to an independent report.
Ruether was among the first scholars to think deeply about the role of women in Christianity, shaking up old patriarchies and pushing for change.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco said he sent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter expressing his concerns after she vowed to codify the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision.
A new report from a non-profit group finds that goods imported from the Xinjiang region in China could be the result of policies that coerce the Uyghur ethnic minority into factory jobs.
A woman who grew up Mormon and her wife visit the LDS Church's temple in Washington, D.C., as it's briefly open for public tours.
New York Times journalist Ruth Graham says many pastors are being pressured to resist vaccines and mask mandates, embrace Trump's claims about election fraud and adopt QANON-based conspiracy theories.
A prosecutor said the man charged with opening fire on a Taiwanese church congregation in Southern California wanted to "execute in cold blood as many people in that room as possible."
Politics, religion, distrust and disinformation all play a role. "I've realized that there's no convincing somebody once they have their mind made up," says a social worker in Beaumont, Texas.
A man opened fire during a lunch reception at a Southern California church, killing one person and wounding five before parishioners hog-tied him with electrical cords.