Some people choose to live in houses filled with covered mirrors, but Christians cannot afford to be those kinds of people.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — The trend started after the 2007 recession as churches merged or closed because of dwindling membership.
(RNS) — American evangelicals are losing numbers and losing them quickly. Meanwhile, the religiously unaffiliated now form the largest single group in 20 U.S. states.
(RNS) Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Christians have outpaced Muslims as the No. 1 faith group to reach these shores as refugees.
(RNS) Christianity, nevertheless, will remain the world's largest religious group, a new Pew Research Center study shows.
The Barna Group has released a sweeping study of pornography usage and attitudes in America. How concerned should we be?
Rubio says he tries to let his faith in Jesus "influence me in everything that I do." Is this message too little, too late for religious voters in Iowa?
Polls say cranberry sauce is surprisingly divisive, side dishes vary by region, and gratitude for God's blessings is still most important.
Less than a quarter of Americans -- and Christians -- avoid Halloween due to its pagan roots. This is good news.
After Jefferson Bethke's video garnered 30 million views, he became "YouTube famous." He says that churches and Christians should use technology more effectively, but they should be careful not to abuse it.
Often the losers knit together a version of past events that disposes of the more damning details and casts their side in a more favorable light. But when it comes to history, forgetting the facts is a most dangerous delusion.
An ancient rabbi once said that if you prove you can’t be trusted in small things, it will be difficult for others to trust you when it matters most.
A popular evangelical trope is not as true as some assumed. Regardless, evangelicals would do well to focus on reaching people who are apathetic or antagonistic to the claims of Christianity.
The National Latino Evangelical Coalition urged their 3,000 member congregations to end capital punishment. They are the first major evangelical association to take this position publicly, but support for the death penalty among Christians is waning.
Blogger Jarrid Wilson's new book doesn't pull any punches in its criticism of mainstream Christianity. He claims many Jesus-followers merely have a religious outer shell.