(RNS) — Spiritual discourse has pockmarked what has become an atypically religious — and particularly Christian — impeachment process.
UPLAND, Ind. (RNS) — Like so much of evangelicalism in the United States, Taylor University has in recent years found itself engaged in a battle for the soul of the movement.
(RNS) — Where many conservative Christian leaders denounce LGBT identity, many are unwilling to do the relational work of walking alongside same-sex-attracted Christians as they attempt a very difficult thing: lifelong celibacy.
(RNS) — Unfortunately, the bulk of Albert Mohler’s agony and call for mercy focused not on the pain suffered by women and girls at the hands of church leadership, but on the 'humiliation' of his tribe, the SBC, which is led exclusively by men.
(RNS) — It was a shameful thing for evangelical pastors to be celebrating the opening of the embassy in Jerusalem while the Israeli army was killing dozens of Palestinian protesters.
(RNS) — One expert in student journalism said the survey indicates that the control exerted over Christian college newspapers seems more like that at a high school than at other private colleges.
(RNS) — Liberty University's president questioned whether its rival for largest Christian university meets Liberty's definition of a Christian school, and then suggested — that by different measures — both schools could lay claim to the title.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (RNS) — More than a year into Trump’s presidency, female Christian writers discussed how it has strained their relationships with American evangelicalism.
WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) — About 50 evangelical leaders met amid concerns that a large segment of their movement had associated itself with President Trump's polarizing politics.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (RNS) — The two-day event off campus drew speakers Shane Claiborne, the Rev. William Barber and others critical of university President Jerry Falwell Jr.'s support of President Trump.
(AP) — What was once a strictly Jewish-funded mission is increasingly being bankrolled by evangelical Christians.
(RNS) — Trumpvangelicals are killing evangelical Christianity, say the authors of a new book showcasing evangelical diversity.
The champion among contenders for a “crisis” of experience and identity these years is American evangelicalism, which was born from the crises of the eighteenth century, and has been part of the Protestant package ever since.
Should we abandon the term or work to revive it? Theologian John Stackhouse weighs in.
Because of the way religious communities are fractured and often distant from, if not openly at war with, each other, the Martys are not expected to know much about or to be at home as we were at Moody Church.