Thinking of ditching the term “evangelical” to identify yourself as Christian? Get in line. Clergy, scholars, congregational coaches and innumerable laypeople are expressing increasing anger and disgust that the once respected term no longer describes their commitment to Christ and church.
Whether you listen to Fox News or NPR, read the New York Times or Wall Street Journal, check FiveThirtyEight or Investor’s Business Daily, you’ve probably gotten the same general story. “This is the most divisive election in our history!” “Corruption…
In the current political climate, some conservative Christians are struggling with how to apply religious freedom to other faiths — like Islam.
Recent commentary by two conservative North Texas men of faith has emboldened us to believe that generous and compassionate debate can occur around the transgender issue.
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.
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.
National Public Radio featured a small Cooperative Baptist Fellowship church in Louisville, Ky., in a two-part series May 10 on the different ways U.S. evangelicals are responding to shifting attitudes about homosexuality and marriage in the United States. NPR’s Morning…
America’s culture war, waged in recent years over gender roles, sexuality and the definition of marriage, is increasingly being fought inside evangelical Christian circles.
Diane Rehm always assumed she would die first because her husband’s family had such longevity on its side. But more than a decade after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s, Rehm’s husband, John, asked his doctor to help him die.