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A federal judge will allow a class-action lawsuit against Ravi Zacharias International Ministries to proceed, a case based on allegations that the apologetics organization used donated funds to pay off victims of the late Ravi Zacharias.
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention have said they are “grieved” after an independent investigation found the denomination’s leadership mishandled sexual abuse allegations, mistreated victims and advocates, engaged in an abusive pattern of intimidation and repeatedly resisted reforms aimed at making their churches safer largely to avoid liability.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from parents challenging New York's repeal of religious exemptions to school vaccine mandates.
Concerns regarding the harms of prescribing puberty blockers to children have prompted questions about the Biden administration's support for the use of experimental drugs and cross-sex hormones for youth exhibiting gender confusion.
Baylor University alumnus Dr. John Cheng, a 52-year-old sports physician who died last Sunday as he jumped into action to save lives after a gunman opened fire at an Orange County church, is being remembered by his former classmates as a black belt in kung fu and “a rock star making Christ more famous one person at a time.”
A judge rejected a proposed $170 million class-action lawsuit against one of the world’s largest Christian ministries over alleged misappropriation of funds more than three years after the charity paid $37 million to settle a similar class-action lawsuit in the United States.
Evangelist Franklin Graham, who is on a U.K. tour called “God Loves You” despite opposition from LGBT activists, including a Welsh Labour Party politician, due to his biblical views on marriage, said the accusation that he's “a preacher of hate” is a lie.
This week in Christian history: Creation Museum opens, President Nixon speaks at Billy Graham Crusade
Events that happened this week in Christian history include the opening of the Creation Museum, President Richard Nixon speaking at a Billy Graham Crusade, and Thomas Campbell arriving in the United States.
Bethel Music CEO Joel Taylor announced Friday that he's resigning from the popular worship ministry.
Christians in India’s central state of Chhattisgarh are accusing authorities of not taking action against a police officer who burned down their house church building and threatened to arrest them in a fabricated case and kill them if they continued to hold worship services.
Dallas Jenkins, the creator of the most successfully crowdfunded series of all time, “The Chosen,” said he's setting the record straight for the last time on the matter of whether he believes Mormons are Christians.