(RNS) — A breakaway Seventh-day Adventist group ran a full-page newspaper ad predicting a nuclear attack on Nashville set for July 18.
(RNS) — Catholic and Southern Baptist leaders condemned the abuse of police power, call for racial healing and pray that the family of George Floyd will find comfort.
(RNS) — Too many white evangelicals are silent about the death of George Floyd and the racial divide of the American church.
(RNS) — God can be present when people celebrate Communion online, says writer and author Diana Butler Bass, and not just when worshippers are in the same room.
RNS — A fund has been set up to benefit the family of Darrin Patrick, who died this week unexpectedly.
Darrin Patrick, a megachurch pastor who fell from grace and then returned to ministry, died this week of what appears to be a "self-inflicted gunshot wound," according to Seacoast Church.
(RNS) — Two years after the fall of Bill Hybels, Willow Creek names David Dummitt as its new pastor.
(RNS) — In ‘The Last Emperox,’ author John Scalzi mixes action and religion to create a page-turning space opera whose characters try to save the world despite their own flaws.
(RNS) — John Scalzi discusses his latest book, why he often writes about religion in his science fiction and examines what it means to be a messiah.
(RNS) — Inspired by a family in Georgia, a Christian movement to erect crosses decorated with Christmas lights during the pandemic has taken off nationally as a symbol of positivity and prayer. But the lighted crosses have also drawn comparisons to the KKK's burning crosses.
(RNS) — ‘McMillions,’ the hit HBO documentary series, offers true crime with a soul.
(RNS) — HBO's 'McMillions' is part true crime, part morality tale, with a generous portion of temptation and forgiveness.
(RNS) — Prosperity preacher and financial expert Michael Chitwood launched a profane critique of the stimulus package on Twitter.
(RNS) — Former Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski, who was convicted on federal charges in 2018, talks about life on the inside during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(RNS) — Craig Groeschel, pastor at one of the largest churches in the U.S., is in isolation after exposure to the coronavirus while at a conference in Germany.