A Christian rift over the bipartisan prison reform bill — the First Step Act — is forming, with the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA announcing its opposition.
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Jess C. Moody, the founding president of the interdenominational Palm Beach Atlantic University, has died at age 93.
Presbyterian pastor Ligon Duncan has listed out some of the biggest threats facing Christians seminaries in America, from unbelief to a lack of Biblical understanding in students.
A test of a worldview is whether it is big enough to weather sickness, disability, and the scorn of a culture.
The King has come. He will come again. The meaning of Advent is worthy of our reflection, and here’s something to help.
Has Eastern Orthodoxy been drawing many evangelicals into its fold? What is it about Eastern Orthodoxy that draws many evangelicals?
As we seek to work with churches around the world, we use two words regularly to describe the efforts toward greater health: revitalize or replant. ... Is relaunch a possible third way? I think so.
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