(RNS) — Geoengineering can be controversial because it intentionally interferes with the climate system. Religious groups are now being invited to weigh in on the ethics.
(RNS) — Facebook knows it needs to do more to combat hate speech against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
PARIS (RNS) — Sixty-four percent of adults across Western Europe still identify as Christians, even if only 18 percent of them say they attend church at least once a month, a Pew survey found.
(RNS) — As artificial intelligence begins to influence our everyday lives, Catholic thinkers grapple with the moral questions posed by the rise of the machines.
(RNS) — Stunning amounts of food waste produced in Muslim-majority nations during the holy month have led to a gradual awakening about Muslims’ responsibilities to the environment. Now, U.S. Muslims hope to lead their communities toward a zero-waste...
(RNS) — The leader of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture talked about the difference between joy and happiness, biblical lessons on joy and how the average person can find joy.
EDINA, Minn. (RNS) — A two-day conference started with a hunch — that youth pastors in America weren't ready to talk about faith and science with the students in their churches.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (RNS) — Smaller, African-American churches are convinced of the moral obligations of switching to renewable energy sources, but the speed with which they take on solar panels has much to do with economics and state regulations.
(RNS) — This weekend marks the Christian holy day of Pentecost and the Jewish holy day Shavuot. Both involve 'gifts,' but not the kind that come with bows. Let us ’Splain ...
(RNS) — On the eve of Ramadan, a medical student finds that fasting has some mild health benefits, but some very noticeable consequences as well.
(RNS) — Among the so-called 'nones' — a broad category of atheists, agnostics and those who answer 'none of the above' on questions about religion — 72 percent believe in a higher power of some kind.
BALTIMORE (RNS) — The Rev. Heber Brown III, founder of the Black Church Food Security Network, says that 'food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries will not change the underlying conditions that have our community hungry in the first place.'
(RNS) — In his new book, 'The Human Instinct,' the Brown University biologist seeks to counter the message that evolution is dreary, depressing and demoralizing.
(RNS) — When news broke that an assailant had shot several people at YouTube’s San Bruno, Calif., headquarters this week, social media were awash with speculation about the alleged shooter, Nasim Aghdam — including her faith.