Ron Sider: Why I Am Voting for Hillary Clinton
This election, there are only two meaningful choices for president. Why one is the far wiser choice.
as I applied this agenda, I regularly concluded that Republican presidential candidates were better on issues like abortion, marriage and family, and religious freedom, while Democratic
Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
Trump's religious freedom platform centers around his promise to get rid of the Johnson Amendment, which bars churches and other tax-exempt non-profits from endorsing or
Russia's Ban on Evangelism Is Now in Effect
But how strictly will it be enforced?
The European Evangelical Alliance stated it was “extremely concerned” about how the law “greatly restricts religious freedom, and urged Christians to “pray that this new law unites
Russia's Newest Law: No Evangelizing Outside of Church
(UPDATE) Putin signs new restrictions that limit where and how Christians share the gospel.
Sergei Ryakhovsky, head of the Protestant Churches of Russia, and several other evangelical leaders called the law a violation of religious freedom and personal conscience in a letter
Gleanings: October 2016
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
The policy follows Malaysia's ongoing restrictions regarding conversion, religious language, and other religious freedom issues of its sizable Christian minority.
Egypt's First 'Official' Christian Convert Quits, Returns to Islam
After years of harassment and imprisonment, Mohamed Hegazy abandons his unprecedented legal quest.
Egypt's First 'Official' Christian Convert Quits, Returns to Islam. After years of harassment and imprisonment, Mohamed Hegazy abandons his unprecedented legal quest.
Christians Don't Want to Stop Serving Their LGBT Neighbors
A balanced take on the gay rights-religious freedom debate requires an understanding of complicity.
A balanced take on the gay rights-religious freedom debate requires an understanding of complicity. Christians Don't Want to Stop Serving Their LGBT Neighbors.