Though Orthodox Christians comprise only 0.5% of the U.S. population, many of them relatively recent immigrants, some believers in Jesus have found their way into Orthodoxy after experiencing profound dissatisfaction with various forms of modern Christianity. And while many in the contemporary West have abandoned the Christian faith entirely, others have traveled a more ancient path.
Christians from across the spectrum have weighed in on influential pastor and author John Piper's op-ed piece criticizing Christians' support for President Donald Trump.
A Michigan county shut down a Christian school Thursday night, accusing it of violating a state and local health department mask mandate and other protocols.
Evangelist Franklin Graham and leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention have responded to Pope Francis’ endorsement of same-sex civil unions, calling it “unthinkable in light of the Word of God” and explaining that no pope or priest gets to “define sexuality or the family.”
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.
There is something we really need to learn from Ethiopian Christians on how they were able to sustain Christianity despite all odds.
If the church is not hated for the right reasons, is she real? Is she truly virtuous? The word used in the New Testament often refers to “moral excellence.”
Is it even possible for a 6-year-old to realize she’s the star of a kindergarten version of “The Truman Show?”
I specifically speak to homeownership as a critical component of much-needed wealth creation in the Black Community. The creation and accumulation of generational wealth will level the economic playing field for blacks and other minorities.
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