Faith and Religion
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A recent survey conducted by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) shows that over the past ten years the number of Americans with no religious affiliations has more than doubled.
A new study reveals that a majority of Americans who consider themselves religious, regardless of their religious denomination, support the right for LGBT Americans to marry the person they love.
Theda Good, an openly gay staff member and licensed as “pastor of nurture and fellowship”, at the First Mennonite Church of Denver, has been nominated to be ordained. If Theda Good and her supporters are successful, she will be the first openly gay person to be ordained by the Mennonite Church.
A Methodist pastor who married his gay son remains defiant after being convicted of flouting church policy
A summary of news from the intersection of faith and LGBT life
Just last week GLAAD shared the story of retired bishop Melvin Talbert who presided at the wedding of Joe Openshaw and Bobby Prince in defiance of North Alabama Bishop Debra Wallace-Padgett.
Many Voices begins video campaign to catalyze culture change in the black church
In opposition to the UMC's official stance against marriage equality, clergy risk defrocking by marrying LGBT couples.
A summary of recent stories at the intersection of faith and LGBT life.
A twenty year old Kansas man who is a server at Carrabba's Italian Grill was denied a tip by a couple he provided service to. The couple acknowledged the "excellent" job he did, but instead of acknowledging his excellent service by tipping him, the couple wrote him a message on the back of the check about their objection to his sexual orientation and used their understanding of God to support their decision not to tip.