A prominent African-American evangelical leader is saying this week that even if tapes emerge where Donald Trump is uttering racial slurs, as is rumored, the candidates' platforms matter more than the candidates' personalities.
A new poll finds that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's support among evangelical Christians is plummeting.
A West Coast pastor who regularly converses with some of the world's most famous celebrities is urging Christian leaders to take good care of their soul because burnout is all but inevitable if they do not.
Evangelical leaders Leith Anderson and Russell Moore are among the country's multi-faith leaders calling on President Barack Obama and Congress to reject a recent report by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which claims that religious organizations "use the pretext of religious doctrines to discriminate."
The Senior Vice President of the American Family Association, Buddy Smith, has warned that churches in America continue to receive a failing grade when it comes to categories such as prayer, discipleship and worship, and said that unless something dramatic happens, this dark future will remain in place.
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Grammy-nominated singer Natalie Grant said losing her voice at the height of her career helped her find her true voice.
Archaeologists have announced the publication of more than 25 Dead Sea Scroll fragments, each holding various excerpts from the Hebrew Bible dating back almost 2,000 years.
A new law introduced by the Islamic State terror group in Iraq says keeping cats as pet is banned within its territories in the city of Mosul, as the practice goes against the group's "vision, ideology and beliefs."
The Islamic State's vicious brutality is ongoing in the Syrian city of Raqqa where families who've fled the terror group say children's limbs are being severed by militants as punishment for alleged crimes.
I'm not writing this to defend Donald Trump or to minimize the despicable nature of his comments captured on video in 2005. Not a chance.
In a recent meeting discussing the future of Islam in Britain, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, a prominent lawyer and the first Muslim woman appointed to a U.K. Cabinet, expressed her deep belief in Britain's need to return to its Christian roots.
Barbara Bartocci, a Kansas City inspirational and motivational speaker, once wrote that betrayal can be like an earthquake. "The very ground beneath you is suddenly unstable," she said.
I honestly don't know what makes me more sick. Listening to Trump brag about groping women or listening to my fellow evangelicals defend him.
Last year, for the first time in my life, I endorsed a political candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, but I'm not sure I'll endorse a candidate again in the future.
Late Friday night, text messages from young Republican Christians flooded my phone.
A theological-doctrinal controversy has erupted among prominent evangelical leaders concerning whether Christians, in seeking to reach millennials in a post-Christian world, should focus paramount attention on the bodily resurrection of Jesus on the first Easter Sunday, or alternatively, should emphasize the complete accuracy and veracity of Holy Scripture.
The second debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump only confirmed that we are experiencing the most squalid presidential race in modern times.
There's a battle being waged that does not involve guns or bullets — the battle over history.
Could you pass a basic theology quiz? Several thousand Americans just tried. Uh-oh. Too bad God doesn't grade on a curve.
What is a pastor? According to Webster's Dictionary, a Pastor is "a spiritual overseer." That means a pastor's job description is to oversee people's spiritual wellbeing; a concept that God cares most about in people, but, often the people care the least about in themselves.
U.S. citizens got a small taste of the Islamist terror threat that hounds Israelis on Sept. 17, with four bombings or bombing attempts in the New York metropolitan area and a Minnesota stabbing attack.
It's a story too horrific to believe. Earlier this week, a 16-year-old teenager gave birth to her baby alone in her bedroom and then threw the newborn out of the second story window.
Isn't it a shame that, at a time when America desperately needs to hear the prophetic voice of the Church, what America hears instead is partisan politics in the name of Jesus?
Who doesn't love the Internet? News, entertainment, shopping, connecting with friends? But what is it doing to our souls?
R-rated films typically aren't known for their spiritual themes, sermons and biblical references. There is the rare exception – The Passion of the Christ comes to mind – but in most cases R-rate movies carry content that most Christians simply would rather avoid.
Releasing nationwide on October 7, the independent film Voiceless hopes to shift the national conversation around unplanned pregnancies — by showing the impact one church can make through local outreach and united pro-life advocacy.
The New York Times recently published a story titled, "Torn over Donald Trump and Cut Off by Culture Wars, Evangelicals Despair." We all need to read the article because the word "evangelicals" and the word "despair" should never appear together. An image of despair is not the public witness Christians should ever have in the world.
There is an edginess out there. A trepidation. A fear. Society seems like straw near a burning match. Combustible.