The military's elimination of "don't ask, don't tell" has created no serious infringements of military chaplains' free exercise or conscience rights, the AP reports.
The NYT catches up with the "ex-gay" movement, noting that groups like Exodus now say that therapy to "cure" homosexuality may do more harm than good.
Black women are the most religious people in America, according to a new survey.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) rejected a proposal to divest from companies involved in Israel's occupation of the Palestinian territories.
The PC(USA) also rejected a proposal that would have allowed same-sex marriage in the church.
Citing Thomas Aquinas, the Vatican's new doctrinal chief says "God is the greatest liberal" - much to the chagrin of conservative Catholics.
And contra David Barton, Stephen Prothero says Thomas Jefferson was our least Christian president.
The prolific Prothero's new book, "The American Bible," collects the text We the People honor enough to argue about.
One of the Med visionaries says the Virgin Mary is aware of the economic crisis in Europe.
A South Carolina judged ordered a drunk driver to study the Book of Job.
A new play based on "The Exorcist" focuses more on faith than on eye-popping special effects.
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