There has been not been a bigger story this year than the COVID-19 vaccine. It has inspired both hope and controversy. While many have seen the vaccine as a sign ...

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Evangelicals don’t believe in climate change. That’s the narrative. Except that narrative is swiftly being rewritten. Over the course of six years, Pew Surveys reported that the percentage of evangelicals ...

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When the Rev. Pamela Conrad prays for the peace of the world, she might not always mean this world. She is, after all, the pastor to Mars. The rector of ...

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Can the government tell churches not to meet in person during a pandemic? The U.S. Supreme Court said “no” Friday in a 6-3 decision in response to two lawsuits that ...

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Duke University has been named the No. 1 of the Top 50 Christian colleges in the United States by Academic Influence, “a team of academics and data scientists working to ...

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In many places, people of faith have demonstrated a level of skepticism about COVID-19 vaccines, some because they doubted that the vaccines have been appropriately tested and others having been ...

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The Society for Catholic Scientists was founded four years ago to foster fellowship among scientists of like-minded coreligionists, and to challenge the idea that science and religion were opposed to ...

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