One of the actresses in that anti-Islamic film that is rocking the world is suing the producer for, among other things, fraud and misappropriation of her likeness.
And Europe worries that it will be the next battleground over the video.
From the we-wish-we-weren't-so-square-but-we-are department: a religion professor says hip hop isn't so holy.
From the food file: Chick-fil-A will reportedly stop funding anti-gay groups.
You've got questions about that mysterious scrap of ancient papyrus that refers to Jesus' wife? We've got answers.
"Isn't that special," says a very annoyed Jimmy Akin in the National Catholic Register about all this Jesus' wife hoopla.
Catholic webmasters who fear using inappropriate advertising on their websites, fear no more. The Vatican has a plan to help with church-approved ads.
Lawyers for Monsignor William Lynn, recently convicted in a child sex abuse scandal, say prosecutors convinced a defrocked priest to lie so they could get their guilty verdict.
Contrary to popular opinion, working class white Americans aren't turning their backs on religion, and they're not hung up on cultural issues either. So says a hot-off-the-presses survey from our friends at the Public Religion Research Institute.
A Senate subcommittee held a hearing Wednesday on homegrown hate groups, featuring testimony from the son of a woman murdered at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in August.
From the Gulf Coast we hear that giving to faith-based charities post Hurricane Isaac is just a fraction of what it was post-Katrina.
Despite a strong effort on the part of GOP Jews, Jewish voters seem to be sticking with Obama.
Israel's chief Sephardic rabbi told a right-wing newspaper that it's better for a Jew to pray alone than with Reform Jews, who he calls a greater threat to Judaism than secular Jews. Reform response: That's what you have to say on Rosh Hashanah?
- Lauren Markoe
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