We can’t defeat shame by whittling down God’s law to fit our behavior. We need the good news of God’s forgiveness instead.
As the nation’s largest Protestant denomination faces a rare leadership vacuum at the top of two of its agencies and two of its seminaries , questions have arisen about whether recent statements committing to diversity will be reflected in hiring…
The founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews overcame longstanding tensions and brought in $140 million a year for Holy Land projects.
The attorney representing a man suing Judge Paul Pressler says he will appeal the case if all remaining claims are dismissed. A court hearing is tentatively set for April.
Baylor researcher: “If you believe in a harsher form of hell, you’re pretty sure you’re not going there.”
This is an old debate. Bible reading in schools was among the first social issues to split American Protestants into competing liberal and conservative camps.
While second-generation missionary Steve Campbell faces potential genocide charges, it’s really Brazil’s new right wing president and his evangelical base that may be the target audience for these efforts.
The 26-year-old American adventure blogger was killed by an isolated tribe last year. His father blames ‘extreme’ Christianity
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 5.9 million students — a tenth of the national prekindergarten through 12th grade total — attend private schools in the U.S. About three-quarters of them attend one of the roughly 22,000…