Scholar Peter Berger argues that the peaceful coexistence of different racial, ethnic and religious groups has become a global phenomenon and the resulting emergence of religious choice is the best model for understanding religion in a today's world.
Many Americans are uneasy with the mix of religion and public life. Some 69% say liberals have gone too far to keep religion out of schools, but 49% say conservatives are too eager to project their religious values into the public sphere.
What does the global rise of Pentecostalism mean for U.S. foreign policy?
Has U.S. power stoked both anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism?
Church leaders and members don't always agree about undocumented migrants.
Forty years after a Time cover famously asked, "Is God Dead?" polls find the Almighty thriving in the nation's collective consciousness.
Will Muslims and Evangelicals gain the public acceptance that Jews and Catholics now enjoy?