Though the 40 days of fasting may have concluded for those who chose to engage in one for Lent, it’s only just begun for many in and from Missouri who are seeking divine intervention for their state amid a budget crisis.
Though the Christian community is still largely divided when it comes to their belief in how God created the universe and over how much time, there was some agreement between scholars from the two most popular streams of thought this past week.
It’s being touted as “a Genesis machine” – the Large Hadron Collider, which on Tuesday forced two proton beams to cross in an effort to bring scientists one "huge step" closer to seeing how the creation of the universe might have looked like.
A student diversity group at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, is rallying their classmates to sign a petition to remove “In the year of our Lord” from their diplomas.
An evolutionary geneticist and molecular biologist who has vigorously opposed the entanglement of science and religion while also calling for mutual respect between the two has won this year’s $1.53 million Templeton Prize.
Believers worldwide have commenced their annual observance of Holy Week beginning with Palm Sunday, which highlights the triumphal entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem nearly 2,000 years ago.
Demonstrations of protest and of support were passionate but peaceful Tuesday when a Mennonite college in Indiana played the national anthem for the first before a sports event.
A college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America will no longer be affiliated with the denomination after its sale this summer to a for-profit company.
The chairman of Erskine College and Seminary’s board of trustees has withdrawn his lawsuit against the General Synod of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in compliance with the decision of the school’s executive committee.
Mosab Hassan Yousef can now add “best-selling author” to his lengthy list of titles, which includes “son of one of the founders of Hamas,” “spy for the Israeli security agency Shin Bet,” “U.S. political asylum seeker,” and “follower of Jesus.”1 comments
The founding pastor of Providence Church in Frisco, Texas, passed away Friday after being admitted into the Intensive Care Unit with liver and kidney damage.
A 1988 graduate of Wheaton College will be returning to his alma mater to serve as president following a unanimous decision by the school’s Board of Trustees.
A federal judge has turned down a Christian educators association’s motion to argue against an anti-religious and allegedly unconstitutional consent order imposed upon a Florida county school district.
Valentine’s Day this year falls on a Sunday, but that’s not the only reason for U.S. churches this year to highlight and celebrate the love and affection between committed couples on the Lord’s Day.
Religious creationists and evolutionists have been gathering across the country and internationally over the weekend to examine and debate the compatibility of science and religion.