R. Leigh Coleman

Christian Post Reporter

Death Penalty in America Divides Country

Legal experts say public support for the death penalty in the U.S. will become more emotionally divided after thousands stood up this week to protest Georgia’s execution of Troy Davis. Others now say capital punishment must be phased out completely.

A Hard Decade for American Churches, Study Says

Despite bursts of innovation, pockets of vitality and technological advances, the first decade of the 21st century witnessed a slow, overall erosion of the strength of America’s congregations, according to a recent report by Faith Communities Today.

Wall Street Protesters 'Not Going Anywhere'

Protesters gathered in Lower Manhattan Sunday for day two of what some are calling the “United States Day of Rage” while others tag it as “Occupy Wall Street.” Thousands have vowed to “occupy" Wall Street for days and say they have no plans to leave anytime soon.