Fifty-six percent of Americans say that it’s “not necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values,” compared to 49 percent who said the same in 2011.
Pew research finds 27 countries that name Islam as their faith, with 13 countries officially recognizing Christianity.
What is a sukkah? How is it built? What are the "four species"? A brief FAQ.
"The alt-right represents spiritual darkness on the offensive, attacking our Pledge of Allegiance, our Constitution," says the Reverend William Dwight McKissic.
A letter accusing Pope Francis of supporting heretical stances is the sixth initiative aimed at clarifying his positions on family and marriage, but he has remained silent.
The Tajikistan government has put a ban on wailing at funerals.
How are the High Holidays celebrated? Why did most Jewish leaders skip a call with Donald Trump? A brief FAQ.
From apples dipped in honey to the head of a fish, the Jewish new year is a time for symbolic foods.
Only 26 percent could name all three branches of the government.
“I was poisoned,” says a Jewish woman suing Denny’s for allegedly putting bacon in her vegetarian omelet.
"We didn't care who was Jewish and who was Muslim. We were Moroccans—and human."
Muslims in America were nearly three times as likely as Christians to say protecting the environment is essential.
As a former club bouncer and chemical engineer, the pope’s past is a frequent source of surprises.
Dean Randy Hollerith has said Trump’s directives are “un-Christian” and do not advance “Christian values.”
The church has only excommunicated a handful of top leaders for discretions, including apostasy and adultery.
Police don't believe Islamist militant group Boko Haram to be behind the attack that killed 11 people.