Respected theologian Don Carson hadn't planned on discussing hell and universalism at this year's Gospel Coalition conference. But the subject became inevitable when Rob Bell's new book burst onto the scene, debuting at No. 2 on the New York Times' bestseller list.
A dynamic young pastor who's fighting brain cancer isn't taking it easy on fellow preachers. Matt Chandler wasn't shy when he spoke to more than 5,000 of them at The Gospel Coalition's annual conference
Normal isn’t working, says Pastor Craig Groeschel. The LifeChurch.tv pastor wants Christians to stop blending in with the rest of the world and start standing out
To live as a Christian in its truest sense would be to slap on the uncoveted "weird" label. But Craig Groeschel wears that label proudly.
Mormons who gathered in Salt Lake City, Utah, for their 181st Annual General Conference this past weekend were again met by a small group of Christians shouting "repent," among other things.
Bishop T.D. Jakes communicated a poignant message on Friday, warning pastors and leaders about betrayal. Even one Judas could destroy the entire ministry.
Pastor Paula White broke her silence Thursday night, addressing all the scandals that she has been associated with since her divorce in 2007.
A former student at a high school in Southern California recently filed a lawsuit against the school district after he had been suspended for sharing his faith.
The oldest alliance of evangelical Christians in the world has weighed in on the controversy over Rob Bell and his new book on heaven and hell.
After taking 25 years to fully recover from religious abuse, Jack Watts wants to sound the horn on what he believes is ignored in the church.
Millions of people have experienced religious abuse, claims one author. Yet the church has refused to care for, let alone acknowledge, the abused.
Just a day before the release of his controversial book on hell, Michigan pastor Rob Bell denied that he was a universalist. He spoke to thousands at the launch of his book tour in New York City.
It's a conversation that has never gone away, but on Tuesday night, journalist Lisa Ling catapulted the debate on Christianity and homosexuality back into the spotlight.
After boasting about NPR's record ratings, loyal listeners and commitment to real journalism, NPR head Vivian Schiller was forced to address some of the controversies that have placed the media organization in the spotlight over the last several months.
A humanist group launched on Tuesday a multimedia ad campaign, declaring that atheists and the nonreligious can live good, meaningful lives without God.
In a split decision, a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) panel on Monday acquitted a partnered homosexual minister, who faced charges of violating the church constitution.
The revolutions unfolding across North Africa and the Middle East against authoritarian regimes are drawing mixed reactions from Christians in the U.S. Some say the protests for freedom are a cause for celebration, but others are choosing to be more cautious
The truth is, to be a Christian is to be a slave of Christ, according to an evangelical author. That may not sit well with a lot of people, especially in America where the image of slavery is undoubtedly ugly and regrettable
Influential evangelical John MacArthur doesn't believe the uprisings that are spreading across the Arab world will lead to the freedom that hundreds of thousands of protesters are demanding.
Renowned evangelical preacher John MacArthur has been studying Scripture for more than 50 years. Yet in his new book, Slave, he reveals that only recently he discovered a centuries-long "cover-up" by New Testament translators.
More than a dozen Christian campus groups have renewed a vow to work cooperatively rather than competitively while trying to reach college students.
Members of the largest Presbyterian denomination in the country are currently aflutter with talks of a desperate need for change for the aging and shrinking body.
"Loving the Bad Man" may make some Christians uncomfortable as it forces them to reexamine whether they are truly Christ followers, or just all talk. Would you really forgive your rapist?
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s high court ruled this week in favor of a minister who married two women, reversing a lower court's guilty verdict.
The ongoing chaos in Egypt and other parts of the Middle East, among other things, has prompted a Southern California preacher to prepare Christians for the last days.