It looks like a new "culture war" is brewing in Virginia.
See You At The First Amendment: Voluntary Pole Prayers Are Fine For Students, But Not School Officials
Today, more than three million kids from across the country and world were expected to gather around their public schools' flagpoles to pray as part of the annual "See You at the Pole" (SYATP) event.
The Alliance Defense Fund's much-ballyhooed "Pulpit Freedom Sunday" is coming up, and right now it looks like it's fixing to be a dud.
Bishop John England of Charleston has always been one of my favorite characters from American religious history.
The Religious Right just can't seem to give it a rest this election season.
Members of the Brunswick County, N.C., School Board seem to be having problems telling the difference between science and theology.
Today is Constitution Day, a day to remember that on Sept. 17, 1787, 39 men signed a document that promised Americans certain rights and freedoms.
Yesterday my colleague Sandhya Bathija wrote about attending her first "Values Voter Summit." I was there, too, but I've been at this for a long time.