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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
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In recent days, a couple of different religiously themed sculptors and displays have been taken down.
Atheists are trying to prevent the cross-shaped steel beams recovered from the World Trade Center wreckage from being included in the new National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
Fifty-three percent of Americans now support same-sex marriage, up from 32 percent a decade ago, according to the Public Religion Research Institute, which claims the change in support is "transforming the American religious landscape."
Americans may not be able to agree on immigration reform, or education policy, or military spending — but on gays, they're speaking loud and clear: More and more are approving of same-sex marriage than ever before, the Public Religion Research Institute found.
Religion News Service published an article on Feb. 13 that looked at religious Internet memes and how they affect believers.
Controversial law professor/author Amy Chua sparked debate with "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." Now she's back with a new book and list of groups — like Mormons and Jews — she believes most likely to succeed.
In recent weeks, technology and religion have begun to blend together with new apps and features centered around spirituality.
President Obama declared Thursday as National Religious Freedom Day. But with a religious freedom ambassador post still vacant and global religious persecution rampant, some observers question what the administration is doing to protect that freedom.
Harold Camping, the radio preacher who predicted that Jesus would return on May 21, 2011, to usher in the apocalypse, died Sunday evening, his Family Radio network confirmed. He was 92.
A Philadelphia Catholic high school teacher was fired this week after he told school administrators he was going to apply for a gay marriage license.
The NFL’s Washington Redskins, whose name and mascot have been sources of controversy in recent months because of their reference to Native Americans, have found both a new opponent and supporter of a name change.
The rising power of Russia's Vladimir Putin was in stark display this week as he commanded an audience with Pope Francis — and then forced the pontiff to wait for almost an hour for the face-to-face meeting.
As predicted, the Church of England approved a proposal for women bishops for the church.
While men across the country are growing out their bears and fine-tuning their mustaches, a group from a Christian girls ministry are wiping away their makeup.
On one level, "The Twible: All the Chapters of the Bible in 140 Characters or Less" might seem, well, just a hair short of sacrilegious: summarize each of the Bible's 1,189 chapters in the 140-character limit of a Twitter tweet. On another, it's just plain fun, which might well be one way to approach the overall themes of Scripture.