(RNS) — Megachurch pastor James MacDonald and his congregation filed suit recently, claiming two bloggers and a freelance writer were spreading false information about the church.
(RNS) — From Memphis to Washington, here are a few ways faith groups and their partners are noting that date in history.
(RNS) — In a world where female submission is valued and too much independence is a negative, it’s only a hop, skip and a jump to concluding that teen girls and young women who haven’t had a taste of independence are an even better option.
(RNS) Pence's practice, highlighted in a recent Washington Post story, stems from a 1948 meeting in Modesto, Calif., between Billy Graham and three of his closest male friends.
The ministry blocks dissenters and ignores journalists who might ask difficult questions. This is not engaging culture, but evading culture.
ORLANDO, Fla. (RNS) The panel offered an alternative approach to that of evangelist Franklin Graham, who was widely criticized for his recent “Obey the police, or else” comments on Facebook.
(RNS) Justin Taylor of The Gospel Coalition rips into the piece, calling it packed with errors and written with disdain for traditional believers dubbed "God's Frauds."
A certain sect of Calvinist Christians are growing in prominence and influence, but certain trends are holding this faithful faction back from becoming a sustainable, mainstream movement.