Christian communities in northcentral Algeria have been kicked out of their own church buildings at the hands of police just days after area Christians protested the government’s crackdown on churches.
The National Association of Evangelicals named its first president of color Thursday when its board of directors elected Korean-American Virginia pastor Walter Kim as the next head of the 45,000-church network.
A group of prominent bioethicists are warning about the grave human harms that result when sound ethics in the practice of science are either ignored or manipulated in pursuit of innovation.
Black faith leaders reject calls for ‘healing’ after Atatiana Jefferson killing until city changes policing
Black faith leaders in Fort Worth, Texas, where a 28-year-old black woman was shot dead in her home by a white police officer through her window say there can be “no healing” from the tragedy until the city addresses concerns about the way black and brown communities are policed.
This true story is stranger than fiction. Everyone assumed the man lived alone on the Dutch farm near the canal. No one knew he was keeping his family in the cellar, waiting for the world to end.
Don’t blame me for writing yet another article on LGBT issues. Blame Beto. Or Booker. Or Biden. Or Buttigieg. Or Warren. The Democratic presidential candidates are pushing this agenda, and quite aggressively at that.
Atheism reached its peak in 1970, with over 165 million atheists worldwide. Since then, atheism has been steadily decreasing, with 138 million today, a number that’s expected to drop to 129 million by 2050. That’s huge. Right?
We want people to visit our churches. We want them to return so they can have multiple opportunities to hear the Gospel and connect with believers. But many do not return.
Attorney General William Barr is making headlines for a speech he delivered at Notre Dame University’s law school last Friday. Barr, a devout Catholic, told faculty and students that “the problem is not that religion is being forced on others, the problem is that irreligion is being forced—secular values are being forced on people of faith.”
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