To be black and to be Christian is to remember the brutality of our experience and the brilliance of our resistance.
News & ReportingImportant Developments in the Church and the World
- Feb 25,
500 of Korea’s 1,000 Coronavirus Cases Tied to Shincheonji Church
- Feb 22,
Report: L’Arche Founder Jean Vanier Abused Multiple Women
- Feb 20,
Ex-Christian Post Publisher, Bible College Convicted in $35M Fraud Scheme
- Feb 20,
Holy Land Experience Lays Off Workers
- Judea, Suburbia, to the Ends of the EarthSuburban America is a strategic mission field.
- Global Family and the CoronavirusGod is our refuge in times of troubles, and he is our defender, as well as our deliverer.(The Exchange)
- Why Do Fewer Christian Women Work in Science?Sociologists explain the data behind the gender gap in STEM careers.
- The Synod of Dort Was Protestantism’s Biggest DebateWhy Arminians and Reformers squared off 400 years ago.
- The Old Testament Twins We’ve ForgottenJacob and Esau get all the attention. Yet it’s another pair of brothers who reveal the heart of the biblical story.
- Here Come the Skinny CowsFour reasons tithes and offerings are about to drop dramatically.
Black Theology Sings of FreedomTo be black and to be Christian is to remember the brutality of our experience and the brilliance of our resistance.
- Lessons from the Long-Shot Bid to Bring Christian Liberal-Arts Education to RussiaThe Russian-American Christian University had a brief lifespan and a limited enrollment. But the school planted seeds that might flower in the future.