The interest in a female divine presence is particularly strong among millennial women, according to the organizer of a summit on the topic.
Evangelical Christians once were pioneers in international adoptions and foster care. A "tsunami" of mentally ill and violent children now derails the movement.
The U.S. Supreme Court took two hours Monday to hear one of its first cases on school prayer in decades – a case involving a football coach in Washington state
As we approach Easter this weekend, several efforts are afoot to explain Jesus to a 21st-century world. The best-known is the seven-part TV series "The Chosen."
Coach Joe Kennedy, a football coach at Bremerton High School in western Washington, says he has a First Amendment right to pray after a game.
Greenland is reinventing itself as a sustainable, pristine Arctic destination with a sparkling new Icefjord Centre in the tourist capital of Ilulissat
A Christian website has posted questions for parents to ask, including whether the school teaches courses in 'white privilege' or 'diversity and inclusion'
The procedure has been publicized by Catholic media and medical groups in response to the rising numbers of women using "chemical" abortions.
Christianity is the world's most persecuted faith, according to a survey by a watchdog organization.
"Trump prophets" are fighting to protect their relevance despite the massive failure of their movement to predict who would be the 46th president.
The suggested reasons for the attacks vary, but at root is a rising animus against religion.
"The constitutional question here has been what is the job and whether it involves core religious functions," said a lawyer for Lambda Legal.
It is very tough for high-achieving, successful Muslim women to meet Muslim men they marry, and this is especially true for Black Muslim women.
After his meeting with Pope Francis, President Joe Biden said the pope called him a "good Catholic" and should continue to receive Communion.
Joe Biden said the pope called him a good Catholic. A U.S. archbishop doubts it
Can you defame a religion? The answer to that question could cost four former members of The Satanic Temple more than $140,000.
"In this group, people are craving a sanctuary," said the group's creator, Heather Mashal.
Ásatrú, first practiced by the early Vikings who trolled Iceland's eastern shores, is the country's fastest-growing religion—or spiritual movement.
Jews in this frozen and volcanic land are thriving thanks to Avi Feldman, who has led their small community through three years of dramatic change.
"Revival is literally our only hope," pastor Shane Idleman told Newsweek. "The Titanic has been hit and revival is the only way to turn it around."