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After years of attending a nondenominational church near her home in the Wells Branch neighborhood, Kim Alexander started making the 20-minute drive to Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church in East Austin.
The congregation has no name.
There is salve amid crime scenes and horrific accidents.
On Tuesday evenings, the Rev. Anthony Strouse takes his ministry outside the walls of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in East Lansing.
A decade ago, Southern Baptists fought over the belief that Jesus is the only way to heaven and the inerrancy of the Bible.
Standing before a room full of fellow African-Americans, Jamila Bey took a deep breath and announced she's come out of the closet.
The latest round in the battle of the burqa kicks off Thursday in Belgium, which could become the first country in Europe to ban face coverings worn by observant Muslim women.
Studies suggest today's current crop of young adults—labeled the "Millennial Generation"—is less religious than preceding generations.
Only time will tell whether these are the best or worst of times for doctrine.
Nebraska's Catholic bishops are turning up the heat on Gov. Dave Heineman to reverse his opposition to government-funded prenatal care for low-income, illegal immigrants.
Today's young people haven't stopped believing, but fewer are belonging—resisting political and religious labels that paint them into denominational, Democratic or Republican corners.
Is faith losing its grip on the young?
I recently met a young woman who was just back from a monthlong Costa Rican vacation.
According to a new report by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, the gap on some issues has widened into a chasm, notably on issues related to gay rights and tolerance.
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