The first time Jon Schweppe remembers palpably experiencing the manifest presence of God was at a Roman Catholic Mass, in what proved to be an unusual yet ultimately irresistible divine encounter.
Bishop William Love of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany announced that he'll be stepping down from office weeks after the denomination’s disciplinary panel ruled that he violated canon law by refusing to allow same-sex marriages in his diocese.
President Trump is largely known to be a Presbyterian in terms of his religious identity, but in a media interview, he said he now identifies as a “nondenominational Christian.”
This week in Christian history: Saint confirmed as real, anti-prostitution charity founded, Reformation begins
Here are three things that happened this week, Oct. 25-31, in Church history. They include the confirmation of a saint’s historical existence, the establishment of a charity aimed at combating prostitution, and the birth of the Reformation.
Burke is right, and history bears this out: One man with conviction is a majority. Martin Luther King Jr.’s personal conviction of non-violent protest led to monumental civil rights legislation.
Whoever wins the election, our country will face deep and angry divisions over foundational issues.
What I want to suggest to you today is that prolonged stress will turn your cracks into canyons.
In one fell swoop, they could undermine the United States, which President Lincoln labeled the “the last best hope of mankind.”
In this writing I want to set straight the historical record. To wit: Christianity is not the enemy of science, it is its progenitor.
Then, one day, she didn’t answer my messages. She didn’t call me back. I knew what that meant. It was all too familiar.
Yet I differ with his suggestion that Christians might do best by sitting out the presidential election, since a vote for either Trump or Biden cannot be justified.
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