(RNS) — His rapping is drawing more youth to join the church. That, in turn, will have a positive impact on society, he said.
Entertainment & Pop Culture
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LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Voices of Reason, thought to be the only atheist choir in the U.S., performs at events for other religious skeptics while offering the benefits of community for its church-adverse members.
(RNS) — And it stars Jim Caviezel, who played the role of Jesus in Mel Gibson's 2004 film 'The Passion of the Christ.'
JERUSALEM (AP) — On some posters advertising the new film, 'Paddington 2,' the British movie creation is being given a kosher-for-Passover makeover.
(USA Today) — 'This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!' Carrey captioned his artwork.
(RNS) — Podcasts for the spiritually curious abound. Here is a selection for people of faiths — and even those who are done with it.
(RNS) For Prince, who died in April 2016, 'every song was either a prayer or foreplay.'
(RNS) — The celebrity journalist charts his path back to faith amidst the 'me, me, me' culture of Hollywood in his new book.
(RNS) Get serious with this list of 10 new or recently released books with religion (or no religion) between the covers.
(The Conversation) — 'Game of Thrones' storytelling gives its audience the opportunity to contemplate and debate fundamental concerns about the meaning of human life – issues that are central to all world religions.
(RNS) — The world's most famous — and infamous — atheist will speak near San Francisco on Aug. 9, after abrupt cancellation by a public radio station.
(RNS) The presidential press secretary's appearance underscores the Christian media's access to President Trump.
(RNS) If you can't stand the heat, fan yourself with one of these books, each with a religion theme.
CHICAGO (RNS) When she died on a pyre in 1431, she achieved an immortality in art and literature that surpasses all of her contemporaries and continues in a new photography exhibit by Susan Aurinko.
(USA Today) The Minnesota native is the first woman to wear a hijab on the magazine’s cover.