Baylor President and Chancellor Kenneth Starr, best known for his investigation of the Clinton administration, has been fired by the Board of Regents in the wake of a sexual assault scandal involving the school and its football team.
Former President Carter, who has long put religion and racial reconciliation at the center of his life, aims to heal a racial divide among Baptists and help the country soothe rifts he believes are getting worse.
When I quit my job as a pastor eight months ago, I had very different expectations as to how my time as an unprofessionally religious grocery clerk would unfold.
As former Utah senator Bob Bennett lay dying this spring, the staunchly conservative lawmaker voiced a final, unexpected wish: he wanted to apologize to Muslims for Donald Trump.
The Catholic church paid $153 million in the U.S. last year to settle lawsuits, and fielded hundreds of new accusations, as fallout continued from the clergy sex abuse scandal exposed in the early 2000s, a new report says.
As churches seek understanding about the LGBT community, a Dallas pastor wrote a blog post sharing seven things he learned about transgender people. Rachel Martin speaks with Pastor Mark Wingfield.
The move is almost unheard of in U.S. Catholic dioceses and reflects a new effort to put the church’s money where its mission is.
A week ago, Mark Wingfield wrote a viral blog post for Baptist News Global titled “Seven Things I’m Learning About Transgender Persons.” While conservatives have railed against school restroom policies for transgender students, Wingfield took a different tack.
The Christian denomination is considering schism, largely over LGBT issues. The fight shows the difficulty of trying to create a global church.