(RNS) I like thinking that there may be a Higher Justification for me trying to continue to accomplish some things that will be considered good when I’m gone.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Maria Swearingen and Sally Sarratt have been encouraged by the cheers from progressives and aren't focusing on the criticism from conservative Christians.
(RNS) In his column, Moore said there were times during the campaign he thought it would have been 'negligent' to keep quiet.
(RNS) Southern Baptists are threatening to withhold funds from Moore's agency. But they need him more than he needs them, writes Jonathan Merritt.
Robert Jeffress pastors First Baptist Dallas. His church was once the most prominent voice for segregation in the country
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) The nation’s largest Protestant denomination wants to be known for welcoming everyone, not rejecting most. Will that new approach stanch its declining numbers?
(RNS) Russell Moore has not been afraid to mix it up with Trump, and now he's at it again, saying the presumptive GOP presidential nominee must "repent of sin and come to faith in Jesus Christ."
Jerry Falwell Jr., the evangelical university president, said "good people" with concealed weapons could "end those Muslims before they walked in." He later tweeted he meant "Islamic terrorists."
The “Every Living Thing” initiative will begin a yearlong effort to engage Christians in dialogue around the biblical mandate to care for animals.
(RNS) “The 20th century had no greater champion of religious freedom -- of conscience -- than James Dunn,” said Oliver “Buzz” Thomas, former general counsel of the Baptist Joint Committee.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Being a pastor is “the greatest preparation that a person can have for public service,” Huckabee said in a 2007 interview.
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Mormon officials, who sponsor more Boy Scout troops than any other organization, say they are "satisfied" with the Scouts' latest compromise on allowing gay members.
(RNS) Russell Moore, the dean of theology at the Southern Baptist Convention’s flagship seminary, has been named the next president of the denomination’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
(RNS) Pollsters and politicians hunting for the rare and elusive undecided voter might want to train their sights on the pulpit. By Daniel Burke.
(RNS) A large-scale Bible museum will open in Washington, D.C., within four years, say planners who have been touring the world with portions of their collection. By Adelle M. Banks.