Hundreds of sexual abuse allegations have been found in Independent Fundamental Baptist churches spanning 40 states and Canada, according to a new report.
As he continues to draw flak for gifting his wife a $200,000 Lamborghini Urus for their anniversary, Pastor John Gray revealed it was God who made the acquisition possible.
One of America’s leading college faculty unions is decrying attempts to define gender as “binary,” and claims that the Trump administration and the “religious fundamentalists” who support such a definition are moved by ideology, not fact.
Students at a public high school have demonstrated their support for a Christian teacher fired from his position because he refused to refer to a trans-identified student by their preferred pronoun.
Jonathan Trotter in a recent Instagram post asked an intentionally provocative question—one that I have never been asked: Would I have liked Jesus had I met him during His life?
Many Christians' concern centers largely around the moral messaging in contemporary movies, television series, and commercials – most of which runs contrary to the teaching of the New Testament authors. But that’s not the biggest threat our media consumption poses to the Christian worldview.
Once again, the Christian world is abuzz with controversy over the Bible and homosexual practice, as if this was a difficult or ambiguous subject. To the contrary, the Scriptures are totally clear: homosexual practice is sinful in God’s sight, but it is not the unforgivable sin.
A young Oklahoma basketball coach named Don McClanen began dreaming: if athletes can endorse products, surely they can endorse the Lord.
Let’s consider the first morning at university for one hypothetical 18-year-old raised in a typical evangelical church subculture.
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