A prominent theologically conservative advocacy group will no longer be active at the United Methodist Church General Conference after this year’s churchwide legislative gathering.
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Eleven missionaries with Youth With A Mission died in a tragic traffic accident on Saturday near Arusha, Tanzania. The incident, involving multiple vehicles, also claimed the lives of several others, including the bus driver.
Pastor John MacArthur recently repudiated Pastor Alistair Begg's comments suggesting Christians ought to attend LGBT weddings.
Every year before Easter Sunday, hundreds of millions of Christians engage in a time of solemn contemplation found on the liturgical calendar that is known as Lent.
This week in Christian history: Salem Witch Trials begin, Ethelbert Talbot dies, pope issues decree on clergy taxes
Events that occurred this week in Christian history include Pope Boniface VII issuing a decree on taxes, the death of Episcopal Bishop Ethelbert Talbot, and the beginning of the Salem Witch Trials.
Former President Donald Trump addressed the speculation surrounding who he may select to be his vice presidential running mate as he remains the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination. While the candidates all bring diverse characteristics and experience to the table, they all share one thing in common.
Pray.com has been removed from the Apple App Store in mainland China, reflecting the Chinese government's strict internet publishing policies that Apple said it's obligated to follow. The platform is seeking alternative methods to reach its Chinese audience.
Former President Donald Trump has won the Republican primary race in South Carolina, defeating Nikki Haley in the state where she once served as governor.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't delve into whether jurors can be dismissed due to their religious beliefs about homosexuality in a case tied to a lesbian woman's employment dispute in Missouri.
A woman trafficked in her Virginia hometown after turning 18 warned that human trafficking is not only happening in some faraway places but right here in America, "the land of the free, and the home of the brave."
Former President Donald Trump slammed the record of his successor, President Joe Biden, as he warned those gathered at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference that “the worst is yet to come” should Biden win another term in office.
As young adults are getting married and entering parenthood later in life than their parents' generation did before them, a new Pew Research study finds that among young adults without children, men are more likely than women to say they want to be parents someday.
The family of a celebrated Missouri educator who killed herself and her four children Monday say she was driven to “darkness” due to “spurious litigation and unfounded allegations” by her former boyfriend and ex-husband.
Kirk Cameron: Biblical command to 'turn the other cheek' doesn't mean Christians should 'tolerate tyranny'
Kirk Cameron has some thoughts on what it really means to "turn the other cheek." The actor says intolerance, at least when it comes to evil and tyranny, is, in fact, a “very essential Christian virtue,” one which, he added, America’s founding fathers espoused.
"Reacher" star Alan Ritchson reflects on how his faith saved him from suicide and why he advocated for scenes in which his character wrestles with doubting God's goodness to be included in the new faith-based film "Ordinary Angels."
Christians in Iran faced a surge of arrests in 2023 as authorities appeared to target Bible distributors in particular, according to a new report from leading persecution monitoring organizations. One-third of those arrested possessed multiple copies of the Bible.
Rob Reiner's 'God and Country' is a schizophrenic, partisan broadside against conservative Christians (review)
"God and Country," a new documentary produced by archliberal Rob Reiner that hit theaters last week, is a partisan broadside that deceptively conflates Christian nationalism with positions held by a large swath of conservative Christians.
Michael Wear talks ‘politics-sorting churches,’ Christian nationalism and if Biden will run a 'post-Christian' campaign
Former Obama administration official Michael Wear spoke with The Christian Post about various issues connected to the current political climate in the United States, including his views on the term Christian nationalism and the role of churches in political discourse.