Support for President Trump among Evangelicals is at an all-time high. On the National Day of Prayer, William Brangham talks with Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference about why he says it’s a balancing act and…
By Tom Foreman Jr., Jonathan Drew, Associated Press
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Rev. Billy Graham's children remembered "America's Pastor" as a man devoted to spreading the Gospel, living his life at home as he preached it in stadiums, with a personable humility and an unwavering focus on the…
Billy Graham, one of the most significant American evangelical voices and religious leaders of the past century, died Wednesday at the age of 99. Graham carried his message of peace and equality to millions around the world and on TV,…
By PBS NewsHour
The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir brings together musicians and singers from at least 13 faiths and various backgrounds in order to inspire and unite. Three members offer their Brief but Spectacular take on getting along, having faith and healing through…
By Malcolm Brabant
According to the Church of Sweden, it’s preferable not to refer to God as a "he." The official decision to use gender-neutral language will be a change in the way that many Swedish churchgoers worship -- and one that has…
By Associated Press
A Supreme Court case about a baker’s refusal to make a cake for a same-sex couple is also a dispute over terminology.
By PBS NewsHour
Spending 13 weeks at the top of the classical music charts, a group of priests are reinvigorating an early musical genre. Special correspondent Dennis Kellogg of NET reports from eastern Nebraska.
Among the artifacts displayed at the museum are fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which experts warned last month may be fake.
By Rachel Zoll, Associated Press
The share of Americans who identify as white and Christian has dropped below 50 percent, a transformation fueled by immigration and by growing numbers of people who reject organized religion altogether, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
By Lesley McClurg, KQED Science
Self-described 'shadow lovers' -- like photographer Mark Bender -- chase eclipses all over the globe, in part because they say the awe-inspiring experience is spiritual.
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