LYNCHBURG, Va. (RNS) — For the few hundred who came to Lynchburg to assert a different kind of evangelical activism, the gathering offered hope.
(RNS) — What if someone you had never met announced on social media that they were going to come into your living room, invite others, and have a "prayer meeting" after stating publicly that your home is the most hostile environment to the gospel in the U.S.? Wouldn't you call the police and have the stranger removed from your home?
(RNS) — Liberty University President Jerry Falwell openly encourages his students to carry guns, but fears public prayer from Christians who openly embrace nonviolence. (COMMENTARY)
LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — An evangelical pastor and author says he was removed from Liberty University after a concert and threatened with arrest if he returned to campus.
(RNS) 'I never wanted to be gay,' Trey Pearson said. 'I was scared of what God would think and what all of these people I loved would think about me.'