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.
A committee meeting in June among the U.S. Catholic Bishops will assess if Joe Biden should be urged to stop taking Communion over his abortion stance.
With the White House’s egregious actions on human life and religious liberty, many pro-Biden evangelicals feel betrayed. Too late.
The corporate media is using the Atlanta shooter’s faith background to malign what Christians have believed about human sexuality for 2,000 years.
Human beings have lots of spiritual problems, but let’s stop assuming a Christian’s hesitancy to vaccinate is necessarily one of them.
The Evangelicals for Biden supported Joe Biden for president even though he announced his support for taxpayer-funded abortion on demand last year.
By their reckoning, white evangelicals have become reckless plague-bearers with no regard for the poor and oppressed, and their cruelty rightly earns them the world’s opprobrium.
A female vice-presidential candidate needs more than sequined Converse All Stars and a flashy smile to win our support. She needs a conscience.
Students disagree about whether Falwell should have been asked to leave sooner, and whether more change is still needed from the university’s leadership.
According to Nevada’s Democrat Gov. Steve Sisolak, only certain types of protests are permitted. Worship is definitely not allowed, either.
We are all too familiar with the hackneyed charge that thoughts of heaven are delusional. But according to Steven Pinker, they’re malignantly so. That’s a new twist.
French has slandered his Christian brothers and sisters by writing that ‘millions of Trump-supporting white Evangelicals no longer care about character.’
We most certainly are living in coronavirus hell, but despite what leftists and the media say, Christians aren’t the ones who got us here.
Slated for wide theatrical release, upcoming music biopic ‘I Still Believe’ presents an emotionally resonant love story with real-life, heart-rending situations at its center.
While conventional wisdom says young Americans will come back to church when they marry and have kids, it’s likely many millennials will remain secular instead, suggests a recent study.
This Founders Ministries documentary clarifies the terms of the critical theory debate, offering a way forward for reconciliation among those who bear the name Christian.
Believers who think they can follow Christ without his church are on the road to unbelief and isolation. According to all the best evidence we have, do-it-yourself Christianity rapidly ends in apostasy.
A biopic about former Planned Parenthood worker Abby Johnson, ‘Unplanned’ crosses doctrinal divides to convey a powerful pro-life message.
Matthew Schmitz, senior editor of “First Things”, joins Ben Domenech on the Federalist Radio Hour.
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