Steve McQueen's celebrated film, "12 Years a Slave", is as much a commentary on religion as race.
Professor and author Scot McKnight dives headfirst into the contentious Christian debate over "eternal security."
President Jimmy Carter discusses women’s rights, DOMA, and the afterlife.
President Jimmy Carter discusses women’s rights, President Obama’s performance on these issues, and what he thinks about the afterlife.
Christian leaders offer a range of responses to Supreme Court's DOMA decision.
RNS columnist Jonathan Merritt talks to his father about the challenges of modern parenting and the advice God would give dads today.
The president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources talks about new data on American attitudes toward church membership.
In places like Malawi, the Church may hold the key to addressing climate concerns.
One of the most influential living preachers, Barbara Brown Taylor, talks about why she left ministry and why she still hopes.
Activist and author Shane Claiborne talks about church, politics, and "red letter" Christianity.
Some evangelicals--but not all--believe the Earth will end in a cosmic barbecue. What difference does it make?
Author and innovator Jeff Shinabarger calls us to reorganize our lives to prioritize margin and generosity.
Carson Nyquist and his father, President of Moody Bible Institute, are wrestling with generational issues that often divide faith communities.
Controversial pastor Mark Driscoll has amassed a following among cool Christians, but he's strikingly similar to the blundering Pat Robertson.
Tearfund is pioneering new ways to restore communities through mobilizing local churches.