The Rev. Dr. Paul Detterman is the national director of The Fellowship Community, formerly called Presbyterians for Renewal. He is among those who have chosen to stay with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) despite its increasing liberal theological st..
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Tullian Tchividjian Says Christian Brand Has Been Damaged by Evangelicals' Association With Religious Right
The grandson of the Rev. Billy Graham commented Tuesday that he believes Evangelicals' involvement in the conservative political movement "has done more damage to the brand of Christianity than just about anything else."
A Commitment to Read the Entire Bible in a Year Grows to Movement Status with Hundreds of Thousands of People Participating Annually
The Bible Challenge has become a movement of sorts since its inception four years ago, as hundreds of thousands of people commit to reading the entire Bible during the course of a year.
Christian Woman Says She's 'Sorry' but Had to Destroy Satanic Display Next to Nativity Scene at Florida Capitol
The woman responsible for vandalizing a satanic organization's display featured inside Florida's capitol during the Christmas season has apologized for ripping the piece apart, but says she had to take it down because seeing it next to the nativity w..
'Catholic Without a Pope?' Some Cuban-Americans Unhappy With Pope's Involvement in US Lifting Embargo Against Cuba
Some voices in the Cuban-American community have expressed displeasure with the Pope due to his involvement in getting the United States to lift its embargo of the Republic of Cuba.
Hundreds Gather in Washington to Honor Victims Killed in Taliban Terrorist Attack at Pakistan School
A vigil was held in the nation's capital in remembrance of those killed by a Taliban terrorist attack at a military-run Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, Tuesday that killed 132 children and nine staff members.
Study: Men Who Use Porn Are Less Likely to Get Married, May Be Contributing to Decline in Marriage in the US
Men who use pornography are less likely to get married, according to a study published last month that shows the easy accessibility of porn on the Internet has become a substitute for seeking a marriage partner among men ages 18 to 35.
Washington, D.C., passed a bill that attempts to counter a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing for closely-held businesses to be exempted from the federal birth control mandate.