InterVarsity is no longer a de-recognized organization at the State University of New York at Buffalo. The university's Student Wide Judiciary ruled that it is "common sense" and not discrimination for a religious group to want its leaders to agree with its core beliefs.
Has salvation been reduced to a "Get Out of Hell Free" card? That's what one Southern Baptist believes. Ken Keathley, professor of Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., says many Christians are presenting salvation as a "commodity that Jesus purchased and now offers."39 comments
More than 60 leaders of Christian and pro-family organizations signed a letter extending their support for Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy and his biblical position on family.168 comments
Political commentator and comedian John Fugelsang is developing a primetime show on Current TV that will tackle politics and religion, particularly taking aim at the "Christian right."270 comments
A gay blogger who "outed" a young evangelical last month apologized for the pain he caused. At the same time, however, he did not express regret for his action.21 comments
Pastor Dan Kimball's first encounter with an evangelical Christian consisted of a talk about death, heaven and hell, the lake of fire and praying for salvation. He was only in eighth grade at the time and didn't know anything about Christianity or the Bible. All he knew was that he didn't want to be thrown in the "lake of fire."5 comments
Dan Kimball remembered sitting in shock as the pastor told him to cut his pompadour hair. He had just been asked to help lead the youth ministry at the church but the problem was, he didn't look like a Christian leader.19 comments
A young evangelical who was recently "outed" by a blogger and accused of leading a dishonest life decided to share his story, including a past same-sex encounter.199 comments
A Chinese mother of seven has been hospitalized after suffering major complications from an earlier forced sterilization surgery. Zhong Xuexiang was treated in Guangzhou, China, for internal bleeding, months after doctors cut into her large intestine during a forced sterilization.7 comments
First-time visitors to churches across the country say churches with 300 to 500 attendees perform the best when it comes to first impressions, according to a recent report. Their experiences at mega churches and smaller-sized congregations weren't quite as enjoyable.
While police are still investigating the motive behind Friday's shooting at a theater in Aurora, Colo., some Christians are convinced of the real source: evil.
Pastor Scott Bloyer believes Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes attended his church in recent weeks. The Elevation Christian Church pastor told The Christian Post Friday, "We think he might've visited in the last month."
Evangelical Christians have launched a civil debate on their opposing views on evolution and its compatibility with Scripture. Rather than a "tit-for-tat" exchange, they sought to start something more "charitable" and "respectful" in the science and faith discussion.
Without Walls Pastor Randy White revealed on Sunday the "hell" that he's been through over the last five years, including a battle with depression, an addiction to prescription drugs and being the subject of an IRS investigation.
Alan Chambers, president of Exodus International, which up until now had supported the so-called gay "cure," isn't fazed by a call from an evangelical scholar for his resignation. In fact, he's heard it many times before. But this time, the concern isn't centered so much on the practice of reparative therapy. It's on Chambers' theology.