(RNS) — The evangelical New Testament scholar says we need to hear Paul tell us to treat one another as siblings and tolerate one another in our differences.
Mormons fast on the first Sunday of every month—except when they don't. Are Latter-day Saints beginning to fast from fasting?
Books and films on heaven and near-death experiences came under scrutiny in 2015. Theologian Scot McKnight says that the topic has become muddled with myths and extra-biblical notions.
A Southern Baptist college professor and blogger says that business owners who discriminate against LGBT couples are the ones Jesus called "the least of these." Here's why that doesn't jibe with the Bible itself.
The common understanding of Jesus’ famous phrase may be inaccurate and inconsistent with the way most Christians throughout history have understood it.
When it comes to church, theologian Scot McKnight says, different is good. He argues that it should be comprised of people who are dissimilar ethnically, socioeconomically and, to some degree, doctrinally.
The New Testament scholar is out to set the record straight on a critical term in the Christian vernacular. As McKnight says, "When all words mean the same thing, no words mean anything."
Top Christian theologians offer their perspectives on recent debates about whether Christians should serve same-sex couples getting married. Their opinions surprisingly differ from many mainstream voices dominating the conversation.
When a popular blogger accuses a major Christian event of gender discrimination, RNS' Jonathan Merritt decides to take stock of the industry itself.
Christian leaders respond to mega-church pastor Mark Driscoll's controversial article.
Jonathan shares the books that have most influenced him. What is on your list?
Professor and author Scot McKnight dives headfirst into the contentious Christian debate over "eternal security."
Some American evangelicals say the Bible prescribes universal, timeless roles for men and women. Others say these discussions are a post-industrial phenomenon.
As society discusses women in the workplace, evangelicals have been having their own gender debates.