Kathryn Kuhlman’s story offers a case study of the indisputable achievements of strong evangelical women and the equally indisputable roadblocks they often face.
Cummings, the son of a sharecropper and pastors who died last Thursday at 68, was among a generation of lawmakers, civil rights leaders and social justice advocates who grew up under the influence of the African American church.
A new generation of American voters, one that does not remember the Cold War but is steeped in the severe inequalities of neoliberal capitalism, has brushed aside the assumption that democratic socialism is impossibly un-American.
Veteran rockers Mick Jagger and Eric Clapton have stepped in to help a local church’s £650,000 organ appeal.
Five years in, the annual “Justice On Both Sides” prayer service at Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church continues to reflect on those who have suffered from everyday violence, as well as those in law enforcement who confront it daily.
Former President Jimmy Carter fell Monday at his home in Plains and suffered a “minor pelvic fracture,” The Carter Center tweeted Tuesday morning.
To finance the reparations into perpetuity, Princeton Theological Seminary has set aside 27.6 million dollars of its endowment. In total, the Seminary supports an endowment of approximately one billion dollars.
Pastor Doug Pagitt, who last year launched the “Vote Common Good” organization to make the religious left more visible, wants candidates to take religiously motivated voters more seriously.
Evangelical pastor John MacArthur, speaking at a celebration of his 50th year in pulpit ministry, weighed in on an ongoing debate in the Southern Baptist Convention over women preachers, claiming the nation’s largest Protestant denomination has lost faith in authority…