(RNS) — Who knew that a simple meeting between a preacher and a pundit would be so controversial? But it starts to make sense when you consider the preacher. And the pundit. And the meeting itself. (COMMENTARY)
(RNS) — Prominent pastors are finding themselves on the hot seat thanks to a new group's efforts to call out leaders who lack clear stances, writes Jonathan Merritt. (COMMENTARY)
"if you don't care what anyone else thinks about you, you can easily find yourself locked in an echo-chamber," Jacobs says.
Trump's peace plan, the president says, will be decided "in the not-too-distant future" and "everybody says it is not going to work."
How exactly can someone do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly while carrying a deadly assault rifle? asks David Gringor in a commentary.
(RNS) — The man who defended the Crusades talks about the definition of religion, the nature of atheism and the benefit of heresy.
Everything you wanted to know about the Enneagram but are afraid to ask.
(RNS) — 'A closer look at this statement reveals a number of fatal flaws, which are likely to render it impotent,' writes Jonathan Merritt.
The following is an adaptation from "Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God." I have decided to feature it here because it was one of the most profound and ...
(RNS) — After weeks of moral chaos, Americans have grown discouraged. Here's how Jesus-people can keep hope.
(RNS) — 'Today, far too many evangelical Christians are tools of the Trump presidency,' Peter Wehner writes in a commentary.
"I started to change my mind," Peterson says about the result of friendships with gay men in his church.