A pastor who endorses claims of racial ‘systemic injustice,’ Ed Litton, has been elected president of the largest U.S. Protestant denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention.
Like just about every other Western Christian body, as well as the United States, the Southern Baptist Convention is left to squabble over shrinking slices of a dwindling pie.
Christians face a choice: do they stay with the established church that’s comfortable, or do they join the dynamic church that threatens to set them apart from the rest of the world?
The report, released earlier this month, underscores the declining importance of religious faith in American life, as highlighted in pandemic reopenings.
One of the largest religious bodies in America has just radically denied God’s first words to us about His own image.
For 2,000 years the Christian church has gathered, prayed, and worshipped through pandemics and persecution. And I believe that is the call of today.
“Justice is as old as the ideas that built our society,” Domenech said, but many on the left, including Joe Biden, don’t understand how justice works.
In-person worship is essential and necessary. If you can go to the grocery store, work, and school, you can certainly go to church. And you should.
Most bishops now less resemble the apostles and more the Pharisees and Sadducees, trading moral and spiritual authority for worldly prestige and wealth.
Leftists use lawsuits, not to address actual discrimination, but to demonize those with different beliefs and to characterize the Bible itself as hateful.
Despite being surrounded by material abundance and wondrous gadgetry, human depravity still finds a way.
The CCP is rounding up Christians in “secretive, mobile transformation facilities” and demanding they reject their faith, according to a report from Radio Free Asia.
Good Friday—a holiday in just 10 states—is celebrated by most Christian denominations, with fasting and somber worship services that often end in silence.
Anguish is a part of the Christian story, but the hope of Easter morning tells us it is only for a season.
‘The Chosen’ returns, depicting further events in the Gospel. Plus, new faith-based projects from singer Carrie Underwood, producer Roma Downey, and more.
The day in between Jesus’ death and resurrection stands at a pivotal juncture between despair and hope, fear and courage, death and new life.
The days of Holy Week can be reconciled by careful accounting of events and by recognizing alternative ways that ancients used to mark time.
Bethany may renew their federal contracts by deciding to abandon Christianity in foster-care placements. But in the bigger picture, more abandoned children will run the streets.
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