DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — He holds out hope he can show them how he believes they’ve misread the Bible and help them discover, as he has, the black Southern freedom movement's focus on justice and freedom.
LONDON (RNS) — The evangelical group that has fought the Trump administration — and other evangelicals — on immigration and other social justice issues has struck a chord with British activists.
(RNS) — One answer to the question 'Why do evangelicals support Trump?' is that they don't, or at least not all of them.
(RNS) — Would Tennessee's governor allow a man to be executed this week if he were to come to Friday prayers on death row?
LYNCHBURG, Va. (RNS) — For the few hundred who came to Lynchburg to assert a different kind of evangelical activism, the gathering offered hope.
(RNS) — Trumpvangelicals are killing evangelical Christianity, say the authors of a new book showcasing evangelical diversity.
(RNS) — Organizers say their event in the spring will 'stand in stark contrast to the distorted Christian nationalism that many white evangelical leaders have become known for.'
After InterVarsity's announced it will fire employees who theologically support same-sex marriage, the organization faces public protest from more than 1,000 alumni and 50 prominent authors.
Christianity purports to follow a first-century rabbi who was convicted, jailed, and sentenced to die at the hands of the state beside two other convicted felons. Here's why it matters.
(RNS) Not all LGBT Christians heard good news in some of the well-meaning statements made by prominent Christians after the mass shooting that killed 50 at an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
(RNS) Why faithfulness to Jesus Christ is at stake in how Christians respond to Donald Trump.
(RNS) The NAE’s capital punishment resolution is a hopeful sign that evangelicals are catching up to the rest of America.
The National Association of Evangelicals has officially supported capital punishment for more than 40 years. They are now backing away.
Christian leaders respond to mega-church pastor Mark Driscoll's controversial article.
Activist and author Shane Claiborne talks about church, politics, and "red letter" Christianity.