Jen Hatmaker was “proud” to offer the final prayer in the liturgy for the inaugural interfaith prayer service Thursday (Jan. 21) hosted virtually by the Washington National Cathedral.
The U.N. General Assembly adopted a resolution Thursday condemning damage and destruction of religious sites and asking the secretary-general to convene a global conference to spearhead public support for safeguarding places of religious heritage.
The first Jewish senator in Georgia history, Jon Ossoff, was sworn in on Jan. 20, on what his office described in a tweet as a “Hebrew scripture that belonged to historic Atlanta Rabbi Jacob Rothschild.”
A statement released by U.S. bishops Wednesday (Jan. 20) after President Joe Biden’s inauguration highlighted tensions between Catholic teachings and the new administration and put a spotlight on the divided episcopacy in the country.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his prophetic witness, the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) calls upon the global family to pray and continue to pursue racial justice today.
Less than a week after a pastor announced a challenge to Al Mohler for president of the Southern Baptist Convention, another pastor also joined the race. But unlike the other two candidates who spent the last year promoting Donald Trump…
The Bible featured prominently in the inauguration. In fact, three were used in the swearing-in ceremonies – Kamala Harris used both Thurgood Marshall’s and one belonging to a friend; Joseph Biden used a 128-year-old family Bible.
Joe Biden’s Cabinet is set to make history in a number of ways.
In his inaugural address calling for national unity, President Joe Biden turned to Christian teachings, including the Psalms and St. Augustine, to acknowledge the pain of the current political moment and his desire to bring Americans together around common values.