Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin Welby use their moral authority to improve the political climate.
The Church of England sells land on a Fijian island to help a nation threatened by rising waters.
The Rev. Barry W. Lynn: “This decision is a double-edged disaster.”
A legal break for people who “seek to preserve religious liberties incompatible with expanding sexual mores.”
Bombings rock a market and hospital.
Liza Anderson: “I sometimes see a future for the church where I’m the only layperson left.”
Rowan Williams wants to be thought of as a poet to whom religious things matter intensely.
“The Future of Protestantism”: a panel discussion at Biola University.
“I find it hard to accept that millions and millions of lives … have been touched by some nutter.”
Bishop Matthew Gunter: “Folks seem to be willing to engage one another with gentleness and reverence.”