Politics+Current Affairs

Split the Cedars of Lebanon: Evangelicals Balance Prayer, Protest, and Politics in Ongoing Uprising
With a prayer tent going up in Beirut square, participants see a “spiritual dimension” to anti-corruption demonstrations.
Despite HHS Change, Christian Foster Agencies Still Fight LGBT Requirements
The new federal policy doesn’t stop legal battles on the state and local levels.
John Crist, Failure, and Warnings to Heed for Christian Leaders
Heed the warning. Run toward holiness. Rest in Christ.
Comedian John Crist Cancels Tour Over Sexual Harassment Allegations
The viral entertainer confesses "sexual sin and addiction" following Charisma investigation.
Died: Phillip E. Johnson, Lawyer Who Put Darwin on Trial
With landmark book, he became “chief architect and guiding light” of the intelligent design movement.
When You Are Persecuted in One Place, Flee to Another. But Not to America.
Both US policy and Middle East wisdom discourage suffering Christians from resettling in the West.
Ethiopians Protest Church Burnings as Ethnic Tensions Rise
After a dramatic October, some say Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed must earn his Nobel Peace Prize.
Remembering Pastor Samuel Lamb and His Faith in the Face of Persecution in China
On this International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, please pray for those who cannot worship freely.
Armenian Orthodox Leader: ‘We May Forgive One Day ... But We Will Never Forget.’
Aram I, Catholicos of the Great House of Cilicia, on what comes next after US House recognizes Armenians’ “legitimate claim” of genocide.
White House Appoints Paula White to Oversee Faith Outreach
Trump’s longtime prayer partner has considered the move since he took office.
Will US Genocide Resolution Satisfy Armenian Christians?
The Middle East diaspora appreciates the House’s recognition at last. But what they really want is repentance.
11 Places Where Persecuted Christians Need Our Prayers
The International Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church draw attention to China and other countries where Christian minorities have suffered blows over the past year.
The New ‘Harriet’ Biopic Is Faithful to Tubman’s Faith
Biographer Kate Clifford Larson talks about the famous female abolitionist and the cinematic portrayal of her life.
Fuller Seminary Won’t Leave Pasadena After All
The school backed out of its move to Pomona—where administrators hoped to save money and upgrade to high-tech facilities—due to holdups with selling its property.
A Rocha Co-Founder, CEO Killed in Crash in South Africa
Miranda Harris and Chris Naylor helped lead the organization’s groundbreaking global efforts to bring together Christian convictions and environmental concerns.
Kirk Franklin Boycotts Dove Awards for Cutting His Prayers for Black Victims
This year’s broadcast wasn’t the first time TBN had edited the gospel artist’s acceptance speeches.
Latasha Morrison: Racial Reconciliation Starts at the Cross
The Be the Bridge founder’s new book gives readers a theologically rich approach to crossing racial divides.
There’s No One Christian View on Turks and Kurds
Middle East believers say the enemies of their enemies are not necessarily their friends.
A Message to John MacArthur: The Bible Calls Both Men and Women to ‘Go Home’
The California pastor’s recent statement isn’t fundamentally about female preaching.
Will the Largest Diaspora Become a Global Missionary Force?
The globalization of the Indian populace has built bridges for Indian Christians to engage the world at large.
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them
Why a growing political push to put the Bible in classrooms only has a minor impact.
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