"For every time that someone in the church has hurt you because of who you are or who you love, we are deeply sorry; we hurt with you."
Harris stunned the evangelical community last month when he announced he was "falling away" from his religion. "By all the measurements that I have for defining a Christian, I am not a Christian."
Rev. Robert E. Fowler Sr of Victory Missionary Baptist Church has lumped homosexuality in with adultery and child molestation.
Anglican Episcopal Bishop Gavin Ashenden says the idea of opening putt-putt golf in the nave at Rochester Cathedral was "perhaps born of desperation."
Manuel Torres claims being alone in a patrol car with a female trainee would give "the appearance of sinful conduct," invoking the so-called "Mike Pence rule."
Rev. Reginald Williams faces grand larceny changes over claims he used money earmarked for charity on fancy dinners and a trips to the Caribbean.
"I fear that recent public comments by our President and others, and the responses they have generated, have deepened divisions and diminished our national life," Archbishop Wilton Gregory said.
Shin Ok-ju founded the Grace Road Church and subjected her followers to beatings, a court in South Korea has ruled.
Lee and Lizanne Harris from Oxfordshire, England, say they don't want their children to "hear from evangelical preachers who spout harmful and often divisive messages."
"When you're using faith just to tap into an audience, it doesn't work," Jonathan Morris, suggesting Trump does not pander in that way.
Yes, we can drive down divorce rates in America. Meet a man on a mission to help families stay together across the nation.
The Sentinelese people killed John Allen Chau in November 2018 when he attempted to make contact and preach Christianity.
A daycare center in Leipzig required police protection after it informed parents that it would stop serving pork out of respect to Muslim students and its decision went viral.
"I need to make sure that this never happens to anyone else ever again," said one man accusing Rev. Dr. William Weaver of sexual assault.
A bill before the Utah State Senate aims to remove ecclesiastical privilege protecting clergy from having to report confessions of sex abuse.
A manager allegedly told the applicant "he had the job, but would need to shave his beard to be in compliance with McDonald's grooming and appearance policy," according to the EEOC.
"Now they have a chance to come out and hang out under one roof," says Rashid Sulehri, new owner of the Beach Bakery and Grand Cafe in Westhampton Beach.
"As we move outside of God's jurisdiction, this country has received curses which we're already seeing in the form of droughts and infertility," Rembertus Cornelis Beerepoot argued.
Muslim leaders, scholars, academics and religious teachers have come together and laid out concrete actions to reconcile, not radicalize, our future generations.
Beijing is pursuing a vast campaign of sinicization in the western region of Xinjiang, where the majority of the population is Muslim.
St. Augustine Church in Lamont, California, brings in more than $1,200 a month from the sales of its tamales, which are also frozen and shipped to parishioners who have moved away.
With a cross on the side and a tailgate with dripping blood painted on it, the Heaven Bound Mud Bogger is Rev. Terrry Billings' four-wheel tool for saving souls.
"When you put something out on social media, put the truth out," said Archbishop Justin Welby. "There is no such thing as an alternative fact. There is truth. There is absolute truth. There is opinion and there is truth."
"New demons just keep coming," said reality-show imam PU Syed Bakri, who also attacked K-Pop boyband Nu'est.
After a group of Muslim women defied a ban on the modest swimsuits, a secular group in Grenoble is calling on members to show up to the pool naked.
"For a party that associates with Christianity to say it is OK to suggest that God would smile on the division of families at the hands of federal agents, that God would condone putting children in cages, has lost all claim to ever use religion language again," he said.
"I know it sounds horrible, but I think it's a very logical approach for the situation we're in," said Boston rabbi Dan Rodkin.
"This week marks 18 years since my hunk of a man began his transition—and today marks the 14-year anniversary of us tying the knot!"
"We want to go around and pour holy water... so that God's blessing comes and gets rid of all the wickedness that is in our streets," said monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, bishop of Buenaventura, Colombia