Black, White, and Blue: How Christians Rate the Police
Race influences views of US law enforcement more than religious tradition—except locally.
A sizable majority of white Protestants (71%) said police around the country are doing an “excellent” or “good” job protecting people from crime, but fewer than half of black Protestants
How Is This Even True?
Is the O.J. Simpson trial really worth another 18 hours of TV? It sure is - now more than ever.
in 'The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story'. But you were thinking of the FX miniseries The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story, which just wrapped up in early April.
Turkey Releases US Street Evangelist Facing Deportation
Missionary David Byle works with successful Bible correspondence course in Muslim-majority nation.
A prosecutor dropped the first charge on May 8, 2007, because Byle's literature did not insult other religions and because “missionary activity” is not a crime in Turkey. On Nov.
How My Stereotype of Ex-Convicts Was Blown to Bits
Christianity Today President and CEO shares the joys and challenges of post-prison ministry.
“No matter your crime, color, culture, class, or crisis.”. “Working side by side with someone who has been convicted of a crime and served time in jail or prison can be scary.
Hell or High Water
Looking for peace in all the wrong places.
Near the end of Hell or High Water, David Mackenzie's tragic and powerful Western/crime fusion, one of its principal characters speaks of being haunted by the events that have
Evangelicals Now Officially Divided on Death Penalty
NAE updates 1973 resolution on Christian ethics of capital punishment.
“If no crime is considered serious enough to warrant capital punishment, then the gravity of the most atrocious crime is diminished accordingly,” reads the NAE's 1973 resolution.
Why True Crime Is Making a Comeback
We have all been Jinxed and Serialed.
Why True Crime Is Making a Comeback. We have all been Jinxed and Serialed. Wade Bearden/ August 3, 2015. Why True Crime Is Making a Comeback.
Weekend Edition—February 12, 2016
The draft, Valentine's Day, Mary McLeod Bethune, and more!
bill, which passed a state Senate committee in late January, could make organizations that sponsor refugees liable if the new residents should later commit a terroristic act or other crime