A conversation with the author of the moving and assured ‘God Spare the Girls.’
We asked leaders from across the state and the religious spectrum to share their best words of wisdom.
Critics of the Rothko Chapel Say It’s Too Somber—Will a Pricey Restoration and Skylight Change That?
The visual arts institution intends to realize the artist’s original intentions for the space with its upgrades.
“It Seems Almost Impossible to Have the Same Spiritual Connection”: Texas Muslims Prepare for a Remote Ramadan
Mosques are exempt from Governor Greg Abbott's "stay at home" order, but many have opted to stay closed for the Muslim holy month.
Ahead of Super Tuesday, the Sanders campaign has reached out to Muslim voters unlike any campaign before.
The festival apologized, but the issue isn’t just racial insensitivity.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller Posted A Facebook Meme Suggesting “The Muslim World” Be Nuked
The deep fryer defender’s social media profile has since deleted the threatening image.
A Pew Research Study of religion in all fifty states suggests that the shift toward a less religious America may not just be on the coasts.
A mailer sent out during an Austin City Council runoff makes this weird question relevant once more.
Houston City Attorneys Subpoenaed Sermons from Pastors They Suspect Fought the Ordinance from the Pulpit
Making a whole lot of people uncomfortable.
After a criminal noise complaint was filed—and quickly withdrawn—over the sound of the church bells at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Mission, the city council voted to exempt churches from the noise ordinance. As the Rio Grande Valley shifts away from being monolithically Catholic, what does this
Lubbock, long a stronghold in the Bible Belt, is home to a new religious marketing campaign featuring a tattooed Jesus. The billboards picturing inked Jesus have irked some in the community (where churches outnumber tattoo parlors 25:1) and left others impressed with the message.
From Satan to sleep apnea, five headlines about Rick Perry following his Friday night appearance at the Texas Tribune festival and the publication of Oops, a presidential campaign e-book by the Trib's Jay Root.
There's another Dr Pepper boycott in the works, and this one has nothing to do with real cane sugar.
Yet another person has found what she believes is the image of Jesus in an unlikely place.
Megachurch Pastor Ed Young, known for his unorthodox methods, brought the beasts onstage as a metaphor for Jesus. But did the stunt violate a city ordinance?
Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools director Edd Burleson also called the Beren Academy basketball controversy "politically correct gobbledygook."
Some 5,000 people rallied in Athens to support the nativity scene displayed outside the Henderson County Courthouse that has been criticized by an atheist group.
The DMV approved a religious plate the same day the Sons of Confederate Veterans filed a lawsuit against the agency for infringement of free speech.
Why did Jason Bourque and Daniel McAllister, two Baptist boys from East Texas, set fire to ten churches across three counties last year?
Not everyone can claim to be related to a certified saint, but David Dorado Romo can. The author and El Paso native traveled to a tiny town in the Mexican state of Jalisco to learn more about his father’s second cousin, Santo Toribio Romo, and discovered some interesting things about
What is ex–football star Bill Glass’s plan for reforming hardened prison inmates? God is in the details.
27-year-old was suffocated after months of allegedly being raped, at her husband's urging, by members of the prayer group he founded in Georgetown.
How would Jesus answer them? How will you?
Attacking the House of Yahweh: defending Texas pols.
The heavenly hits of God’s Property.
In the wake of Heaven’s Gate, the media marched en masse to Abilene, the home base of the House of Yahweh, whose charismatic leader, Yisrayl Hawkins, was supposed to be the next David Koresh. Not even close.
Why the big fight between a small town and a small church wound up in the Supreme Court.
Jane Roe flips for a preacher.
With so many people attacking the Religious Right these days, being a Christian isn’t easy. But I keep the faith.