Sometimes the text of a law has nothing to do with the politics that surrounds it.
Evangelical voters as loyal, dim-witted followers is a stereotype that continues to exist despite clear evidence to the contrary.
Students stepping onto college campuses are less likely than ever to belong to a religion. Their parents are also less religious. But the gap between parents and students is widening.
Putin’s telegram to the mother of slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov may prove to be a turning point in his relationship with Russian Jews.
Southern Baptists and other churches are almost all white. But some are reflect their local communities more than others. How does your group compare?