Goodbye Roe v. Wade: Pro-Life Evangelicals Celebrate the Ruling They’ve Waited For
Supreme Court: The landmark abortion-rights case was “egregiously wrong and on a collision course with the Constitution from the day it was decided.”
Presbyterian Church in America Leaves National Association of Evangelicals
The PCA has been a part of the NAE since the denomination's founding, but has always fought about it.
These Pastors Fell into Sin. Pro-Life Laws Emerged from It.
Three 19th-century scandals led to the protection of women and their unborn children.
Cuando las iglesias se convierten en mafias
El reporte reciente de abusos de la SBC muestra que las iglesias a menudo priorizan la unidad tribal y su propia seguridad sobre la verdad.
Supreme Court Rules Against Maine Policy Denying Christian School Aid
Update: Justices say that exempting religious schools amounts to discrimination.
How to Greet the End of ‘Roe’
Faithful responses to the Supreme Court decision should involve new care practices.
They Fled Ukraine, and Ukraine Followed
Escaping Russian missiles, some exiled believers found a new sense of purpose helping refugees.
Counting the Cost of Paying Ransoms for Missionaries
A Haiti kidnapping raises questions about no-payment practices.
‘Canceled’ John Crist Has a New Book, Tour, and Comedy Special
The Christian comic brings his downfall into his new releases, while victims say they’re still waiting for repentance.
Evangelicals Can Agree: We’re Women, not ‘Bodies with Vaginas’
To verbally dismember women is denigration, not inclusion.
For Christians, Juneteenth Is a Time of Jubilee
Observing Juneteenth as a national holiday affirms what we believe about our faith and our freedoms.
What Antisemitism Looks Like When It Is Carved into Church
Q&A with World Evangelical Alliance head Thomas Schirrmacher on the problem of offensive public sculptures and how Christians came to embrace evil conspiracy theories about the Jews.
Orgías, cocaína y el peligro de los pecados aburridos
Las tentaciones carnales no tienen que ser estrafalarias para ser dañinas.
India’s Anticonversion Laws Loophole
The government didn’t have the votes to pass a controversial bill in Karnataka. So it found another way.
Why a Presbyterian Elder Defended Muslims Building a Mosque in Middle Tennessee
Q&A with First Amendment champion Eric Treene on religious freedom, land use, and how the Westminster Confession contributed to his work at the Department of Justice.
Mexican Megachurch Compares Pastor Jailed for Sex Abuse to the Apostle Paul
UPDATE: The leader of La Luz del Mundo was sentenced to 17 years for sexual offenses against minors he groomed in the congregation.