(RNS) — The findings show that most churches ‘are figuring out ways to survive and even thrive,’ said Brian Kluth of State of the Plate.
(RNS) — Racism is a religious issue. Not only that, I would argue that racism is the central religious issue in this election.
(RNS) — John Correia, a pastor turned security consultant, says that being a good guy with a gun can be a godly way to prevent violence and protect the innocent.
(RNS) — More interesting than the open-and-shut legal case, however, is MacArthur’s own position in the evangelical world and his stance on church-state issues.
(RNS) — Charles Stanley doesn’t believe in retirement, but the influential pastor is stepping down from his role at First Baptist Church Atlanta.
(The Conversation) — Does religion predispose people against climate science? Studies link a belief in miracles and an afterlife with lower estimates of the risks posed by climate change.
(RNS) — In 2016, 81% of white evangelicals supported Donald Trump, as did 61% of Mormons. The Biden campaign is making a direct appeal to some of these voters.
(RNS) — Galli, who bucked prevailing evangelical sentiments when he penned an editorial in December denouncing the president, says his faith decision has nothing to do with politics.
(RNS) — The president said the potential Supreme Court nominees would protect religious liberty, oppose abortion and keep ‘under God’ in the Pledge of Allegiance.
(RNS) — For many of those connected to the school, the problems at Liberty run much deeper than a sex scandal.
(RNS) — A lawsuit claims a Texas foundation has misused funds and illegally changed its charitable purpose.
SEATTLE (RNS) — After city officials shut down a Seattle park concert, Christian musician Sean Feucht held an outdoor ‘worship protest.’
(RNS) — There are those who will opt out because they refuse to choose between the ‘lesser of two evils.’ But opting out has consequences too, for other people whom Christ told us to protect.
(RNS) — Hatmaker asked for prayers and for privacy as she and the family work through their grief and loss during the divorce process.
(RNS) — Evangelicals' feeling about porn may well be influencing public policy as mostly red states have increasingly sought to declare pornography a ‘public health crisis.'