Where Protestants and Catholics Go When They Leave Their Churches
Research shows 1 in 6 US Christians changed their religious affiliation over a four-year span, with nondenominational worshipers leading the way.
in 2010 switched—about double the volatility among Baptists and Methodists (12% and 12.9% respectively) and nearly three times that of Lutherans and Episcopalians (both at 8.6
South Carolina: Breakaway Anglicans Must Return 29 Churches
Split ruling by state supreme court favors Episcopal Church’s physical but not intellectual property claims.
wrote. “We also give thanks to God for the faithfulness, support, and sacrifices of countless Episcopalians within our diocese and throughout the church.”.
Churches Hold Off on Divestment
Episcopalians and Mennonites don't divest from Israel, while a pro-Israel campus group gets a $20 million jumpstart.
Episcopalians and Mennonites don't divest from Israel, while a pro-Israel campus group gets a $20 million jumpstart. International.
Why this Evangelical is Grateful for the Mainline Church
Giving thanks for God’s work throughout the church universal.
Instead, as an evangelical, I am here to say thank you to the Catholics and Episcopalians, to the feminist theologians and the pastors focused on social justice, to the whole host of
Eugene Peterson Shrugs
Why theological indifference is worse than progressivism.
an issue that divides Presbyterians from Methodists, such as presbyterian-style church government or an issue like baptism which divides Baptists from Presbyterians and Episcopalians
Morning Roundup 11/10/14
Same Outfit; Guilt is Good?; Episcopalians
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Should Churches Keep Their Civil War Landmarks?
How historic congregations grapple with Confederate legacy.
In Southern cities like Montgomery, Alabama; Louisville, Kentucky; and Augusta, Georgia; America's Methodists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and Baptists made their splits official by
Morning Roundup 08/29/13
Congress and Religions; Short Sermons?; Millennials; Evangelism
Catholics make up the largest group with 136 members, followed by Baptists with 66 members, Methodists with 45 members, Anglicans/Episcopalians with 35 members, Presbyterians
Charleston and the Resilience of Wednesday Night Church
A year later, the mid-week prayer meeting is more important than ever.
He reminds me how Methodism itself, including its practice by African Methodist Episcopalians worldwide, finds its origins in the weeknight prayer meetings and love feasts organized
Understanding the Charismatic Movement
Over 300 million people in the world are considered charismatic Christians.
Episcopalians had "Faith Alive" and "Acts 29" (not the church planting network, but the Episcopal group), the Southern Baptists had the "Fullness Movement," Lutherans had ARC, and
Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
(UPDATE) On the last day of the General Conference, Methodists repeal four decades of Roe v Wade support.
Members of the United Methodist Church are less likely to support abortion than other mainline Protestants (including mainline Presbyterian, Lutherans, and Episcopalians).
Defining Evangelicals in an Election Year
A new research method could help us get beyond political stereotypes.
There are evangelical Episcopalians, for example, and Pentecostals who are more mainline in their theology. Race and history are also important factors.