One of the enduring puzzles of this era is the support of Evangelicals for Trump. A deeper look at the Christian Right can explain why.
Growing up in a Christian utopia of her parents' making, Lyz Lenz eventually realized the hubris of paradise is the idea that we can create it—and destroy it.
The viral video depicting an exasperated churchgoing kindergartner Naszir Ferrel bravely speaks for so many of us, when we’re not supposed to speak out against the sacred space at all.
American religious groups have a long history of adopting children from asylum seekers and from families in poorer nations. But are they saving kids’ lives—or trafficking them?
Their definition of what constitutes as sex and rape may not be the same as Catholic Brett Kavanaugh’s, but this judge is seizing a loophole and plans to ride it all the way to the bench.
There’s a terrifying history of religious bias becoming law, and with Trump in office and Kavanaugh being put forth to join the Supreme Court, things can only get worse.
Most Americans support same-sex marriage, safe and legal abortion, and birth control. Which is why evangelicals like Jeff Sessions and Mike Pence are digging in: They're terrified they're losing ground everywhere.
The Catholic Church leader is asking abortion opponents to focus their energy elsewhere. No, really.
Once a predominantly violent tactic to “cure” LGBTQ people's sexuality, this "religious guidance" method has shifted more toward talk therapy. But the damaging psychological effects remain the same.
The Republicans complicity with Trump's authoritarianism isn't just politics—but something far more "unholy."