(RNS) — They don’t want death and destruction. They want peace and an end to suffering — and believe Jesus will bring that about.
(RNS) — Some evangelical Christian leaders have greeted it as the beginning of a final battle between good and evil, writes Matthew Gabriele. (COMMENTARY)
(The Conversation) — For many of President Trump’s evangelical supporters this is a key step in the progression of events leading to the second coming of Jesus.
(RNS) Short answer — no. But it can be perilous to ignore the predictions.
(RNS) — On Monday, a solar eclipse will darken skies across the United States, crossing from coast to coast for the first time since 1918. Some people of faith see it as a sign warning of God's judgment on America; others, as cause to wonder at the glory of God in creation.
(RNS) Three years after his failed prophecy about the end of the world, a new film about doomsday prophet Harold Camping offers an intimate glimpse inside the last days of his Family Radio empire.
Some evangelicals--but not all--believe the Earth will end in a cosmic barbecue. What difference does it make?
(RNS) They started as a movement determined that Christ would return any day now. Now, as the Seventh-day Adventists turn 150 years old, there's growing tension about building an institution that many hope won't last much longer.
(RNS) Muslim and Christian views of the Apocalypse are remarkably similar, albeit with a different ending.
Every age needs an Antichrist. For Protestant reformers, it was the papacy. For Cold War Christians, it was the Soviets. Now, a growing group of evangelicals say the Antichrist will be Muslim.
Evangelicals debate the ethics of cage-fighting, George Soros channels Harold Camping, Alaska Airlines stops handing out prayer cards, we reveal “most exciting archival discovery in the post-Reformation era.”
OAKLAND, Calif. (RNS) Save the date: May 21, 2011. If preacher Harold Camping is right, that's the exact date Jesus will return and the righteous will fly up to heaven, ...
(RNS) As "Left Behind" co-author Tim LaHaye sees it, the United States is inching ever closer to the Apocalypse, and he's not shy about who's to blame. "Our president doesn't ...
News that the Christian Science Monitor is killing off its print edition put me in mind of a story my late father used to tell. It was just after World ...
In this week's sign of the apocalypse (to borrow a gimmick from Sports Illustrated) Catholic League honcho Bill Donohue has announced that he agrees with Sen. Clinton. That is, he ...
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