On this last day of 2013, our KMOX Religion Editor Fred Bodimer takes a quick look back at the year in religion.
Despite the fast-approaching Christmas holiday and a glut of media coverage dedicated to the “War on Christmas,” less than half of Americans report attending church in the days leading up to December 25.
An Arizona group has filed a federal lawsuit accusing a suburban Kansas City middle school of violating a student’s First Amendment rights by prohibiting the student from handing out fliers promoting a prayer event.
Supporters of Reverend Joseph Jiang want his name cleared but members of SNAP are calling for more witnesses to come forward.
The Thomas More Society believes the uncertainty will result in hundreds, or even thousands, of lawsuits.
St. Louis-based Lutheran Church Missouri Synod has already sent $150,000 to the Lutheran Church in the Philippines to provide immediate assistance.
“We graph Islamophobia on a ten-point scale,” says Faizan Syed of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. “We have seen a drop to 5.9 from 6.4 since 2010.”
The Illinois General Assembly returns to Springfield this week and supporters of gay marriage hope the House will take up the bill.
The protestors contend that baseball fans are worshiping false idols by watching baseball when they should instead be worshiping God and mourning their sin.
The case involves a longtime Carlson associate, Father Joseph Jiang, is accused of molesting an underage girl and attempted witness tampering.