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Subscriber Access Only Russell Moore Wants to Keep Christianity Weird
The public-policy leader for the largest US Protestant denomination isn’t worried over Christians’ loss of power. He says it might just be the best thing to happen to them.
Behind the Scenes with Dwight Eisenhower, Billy Graham, and the Makers of American Civil Religion
Kevin Kruse shows the surprising origins of “In God We Trust” and other mainstays of public piety.
Did Supreme Court Skip the More Important Obamacare Subsidies?
Pro-life groups argue taxpayer premiums are funding abortions.
Nebraska Death Penalty Repealed with Outspoken Christian Support
Evangelical, Catholic, mainline leaders openly endorse measure.
Evangelicals, Culture, and Post-Christian America
American culture is becoming less conducive to Christian values—it's a reality. The question is: what will the church do?
Violence, Persecution Spread in Eastern Ukraine
Pro-Russian forces condemned for ongoing aggression. Orthodox Church criticized.
Revival 100 Years After the Armenian Genocide
My family, displaced by the genocide, returned to see Christ at work in our homeland.
Supreme Court Lets Ban on Churches in NYC Schools Stand
Bronx Household of Faith gets bad news before Easter Sunday.
Revisiting Evangelicals' Favorite Same-Sex Marriage Laws
Indiana draws criticism while Utah draws praise in latest attempts to balance religious and gay rights.
All Is Not Lost: Russia and Ukraine Can Be Healed
Churches are indispensible to lasting peace in the region.
No Worship Services in Public Schools, New York Mayor Tells Supreme Court
(UPDATED) Bill de Blasio campaigned on the promise of letting churches rent school space. Now he’s asking the Supreme Court to prohibit it.
New Research: The Divorce of Church and State in Marriage?
Americans and pastors weigh in on the relationship between the church and State when it comes to marriage.
Time To Rend Marriage? 1 in 4 Pastors Agree with First Things Petition
Magazine argues for splitting civil and Christian marriage. LifeWay examines which Americans agree.
Can Wheaton College Require ROTC Program Be Run By Christians?
US Army reviews nationwide policy for ROTC profs, who are paid by military but work as full-time faculty.
Good News for Pastors: Court Overturns Atheist Victory on Housing Allowance
But question remains: Will IRS agree with DOJ that atheists count as 'ministers of the gospel'?
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My Small Group Looks Like Me
Why some multiethnic churches don’t mandate diversity at gatherings.
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