(RNS) — Catholic social teaching is at odds with many Trump policies. That may be behind Catholic voters 15-point shift away from the president from 2016 to...
Author - Mark Silk
Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college's Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. He is a Contributing Editor of the Religion News Service
A bad old tradition is back.
(RNS) — If Candidate Williamson has a predecessor it's Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, who undertook to run for president in early 1844.
(RNS) — The traditional pattern of young adults joining churches after they get married and have children has not been holding true.
Breaking new ground as a presidential candidate.
(RNS) — It's smaller, more diverse and subject to choice.
How the Establishment Clause failed to persuade the justices in one death penalty petition, and then succeeded in an almost identical one.
A lesson from Pennsylvania.
Between the Christian right and the Russian Orthodox Church.
(RNS) — The door is still open to a decision that would force bakers to provide cakes for same-sex nuptials if they want to stay in business.
(RNS) — Raising the issue of Jewish allegiance to the country puts her in bad company.
An F is inappropriate.
Time to start talking about sacrifice.
Learning that anti-Semitism is off limits in American politics.