(RNS) — A California-based Christian college and the former publishers of The Christian Post and Newsweek have been convicted in a scheme to fraudulently obtain $35 million from lenders, according to the Manhattan district attorney.
(RNS) — If evangelical leaders don't oppose the president's worst behavior with prophetic witness, they are complicit in his sins.
(RNS) — A federal commission originally devised to show up the Clinton administration now only serves to furnish Trump court evangelicals with a bully pulpit.
(RNS) — A philosopher and longtime defender of conservative Christian beliefs, Geisler founded the International Society of Christian Apologetics in 2006.
(RNS) — Prosecutors say the parent company of The Christian Post, a major Christian website, was part of a $10 million fraud scheme.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The White House says its administration 'continues to engage hundreds of faith leaders on various issues that directly impact their communities,’ but some say they’re not in that number.
(RNS) — Patterson plans to co-teach a mid-October weeklong class on 'Christian Ethics: The Bible and Moral Issues' with Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary.
(RNS) — Some religious leaders criticized President Trump's initial response denouncing hatred and violence 'on many sides,' while a few conservative evangelicals rushed to defend the president.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Meanwhile, most everyone else is kept at arm's length.
(RNS) When religious folk get entangled with secular politicians in the political arena, the politicians always win.
A paid prophet has a tough row to hoe.
WASHINGTON (RNS) The new president took the oath on two Bibles and then pledged to wipe out "radical Islamic terrorism" in a dark speech cheered by supporters and protested by foes.
We are bruised from failed foreign wars, and six other hard truths about America this July 4th.
These so-called leaders traded in their integrity for a seat at Trump's gold-plated table.
Evangelical seminary president Richard Land said yesterday that the Mormon Jesus is not our Jesus. But instead of focusing on actual differences, like Mormons' and evangelicals' views on the Trinity, his remarks reveal a deep misunderstanding of Mormon theology.