WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) — Popular Bible teacher Beth Moore was one of many speakers who revealed they, too, were survivors of sexual abuse and harassment at a one-day evangelical gathering. Some shared their stories for the first time, including bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado.
(RNS) The Christian right once said we need men of strong character to lead our nation. But that was before.
(RNS) So why have commentators bemoaned the absence of Christian thinkers as authoritative voices in American public debates?
(RNS) Not all conservative Christians, or evangelicals, have lined up behind Donald Trump for president.
(RNS) Self-identification as an evangelical is "a broad brush" in Southern states, where most people identify as Christian, says one pollster.
(RNS) "Miracles exist to reveal God, but miracles don’t exist for God to do me any favors. There are occasions where God intervenes in the natural flow of events to display his power, as much as to do something kind for me."
Christian leaders from across the spectrum express their sadness and support over Pastor Rick Warren's son's suicide.
(RNS) Christian author Max Lucado talked to Religion News Service about grace, the topic of his latest book -- and answered a range of questions from people who follow RNS on Twitter. By Adelle M. Banks.