Digital religion has made the faith experience of some millennial believers richer, while some who don't attend religious services have found religion in digital spaces, a new study suggests.
The death toll from devastating flooding in Eastern Kentucky has risen to at least 28 as search and rescue teams look for the stranded and missing, while more rain is expected in some areas already hit hard.
Voters are less likely to support candidates who refuse to condemn violence against pro-life pregnancy centers, according to a new poll.
A legal group that advocates for “atheists, agnostics, and nontheists” is calling for an investigation into an Alabama teacher after she incorporated a coloring book picture of Jesus accompanied by a Scripture passage into a lesson plan.
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At a religious liberty summit in Rome, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito dismissed criticism by foreign leaders, including U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the ruling he authored overturning Roe v. Wade.
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