The U.S. Senate voted 87-12 to pass the First Step Act, a major prison reform bill, which has received evangelical support but also some Christian opposition.
Late North Carolina evangelist Billy Graham was threatened more than once, and called a “phony preacher” in letters newly released by the FBI.
LGBT youth are at a higher risk of suicide and life-threatening behavior than their heterosexual peers, a new study has found, with transgender teens being the most at risk.
Over a year after announcing that she would be pursuing a divorce with her husband, Proverbs 31 Ministries President Lysa TerKeurst renewed her vows this holiday season to her husband of over 25 years.
The Washington Post ran an opinion piece by Charlie Camosy, who identifies as a “left-leaning pro-lifer” and criticizes the March for Life for having writer and commentator Ben Shapiro as their keynote speaker at this January’s March.
Most churches have some type of Christmas Eve services, but we are seeing clear trends in how churches approach them. Every time we write or podcast something about these services, we get a lot of comments and questions. In that context, here is an update on nine clear trends we are seeing:
Another week … another example of how physician-assisted suicide targets the vulnerable. This time: Asperger’s ...
No individual and no group of individuals can escape judgment apart from God’s cleansing. Institutional sin is not an abstraction, but a hard reality that distorts social values and deforms the society it influences.
How is it that the Bible can be so clear on a particular subject and yet some Christians are not clear on what the Bible says?
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The Christian Post's top 10 stories of 2018 are a reflection of both what interested our readers and what the editors believe were important stories that will have a lasting impact beyond this year.
As the religious landscape of America continues to change and those identifying with faith continues to decline, the fear of standing out as a Christian is growing.
Social conservatives must humanize and frame their side of the debate on issues related to marriage and family through the eyes and stories of children in order to be effective, advocates say.