Mitt Romney made Mormon history last night, becoming the first Latter-day Saint nominated for president by a major political party.
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The Southern Baptist Convention is also poised to make history, as the denomination founded in 1845 in support of slaveholders prepares to elect its first black president.
Black churches are grappling with the wave of new voting-access laws approved in many Republican-controlled states, McClatchy reports.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan says President Obama's endorsement of gay marriage makes him "the first president that sanctioned what the scriptures forbid."
Muslim civil rights groups are calling a new Kansas law that bans Shariah in state courts an expression of Islamophobia that is vulnerable to a legal challenge.
A Tennessee judge ruled that local officials didn't give the public adequate notice before approving the construction of a mosque, continuing a long-running legal saga in Murfreesboro.
Israel's Attorney General announced that the government will begin paying the salaries of some non-Orthodox rabbis, as it now does for Orthodox rabbis.
Pope Benedict XVI broke his silence over the Vatican's leaked documents scandal, saying he was saddened by the betrayal.
Catholics around the U.S. are holding prayer vigils as a show of support for America's nuns, whom the Vatican accuses of having "serious doctrinal problems."
Researchers say atheists are motivated by compassion; religious believers by doctrine, community, or reputation.
A serpent-handling Pentecostal pastor profiled last year in The Washington Post Magazine was bitten by a rattlesnake and died on Sunday.
The "Real Housewives" of a Montana Hutterite colony have their own teevee show.
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