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Southwestern Distances Itself from Paige Patterson in Sex Abuse Lawsuit
He was the face of Southern Baptist seminary. Now the school keeps taking steps to separate from his legacy.
Methodists Cancel Plans for First Big Meeting Outside US
The UMC has decided to relocate its 2024 General Conference from Manila, Philippines.
Bibles Escape Trump’s Tariff Fight with China
America’s Christian publishers no longer have to render to Caesar an extra 10 percent.
Assemblies of God Elects First Woman to Top Leadership Team
A historic vote for Donna Barrett as general secretary “has been meaningful for many women who feel God’s calling on their lives.”
Why Southern Baptists’ Social Justice Spat Is Actually About the Sufficiency of Scripture
The Founders documentary trailer uncovers a larger disagreement over how to approach secular theories around race and gender.
Recent Shootings Spur Pastors to Call Out White Supremacy
For many evangelicals, it’s time to name the evil beneath the violence.
Americans Now Have Less Faith in Tech Than Church
Christians hope to address the ethical concerns raised as the country grows more skeptical of Big Tech.
Pete Buttigieg Brings Proverbs Into the Democratic Debate
Searches for the lesser-known verse tripled on Bible Gateway.
Carol Swain Worked to Hold Politicians Accountable. Then She Felt God Call Her to Run.
The former Vanderbilt political science professor is in the race to become the first conservative African American to lead Nashville.
Challenging a ‘Dark Horse’: Christian Rappers Win Beat-Stealing Lawsuit Against Katy Perry
UPDATE: The pop star and her team were ordered to pay $2.8 million in damages.
Latino Immigrants Are Evangelizing America
Despite financial and immigration hurdles, ministries led by first-generation pastors are more effective than the average church plant, according to a new LifeWay study.
Americans Who Know Religion Best Hold Worse Views of Evangelicals
Pew: Religious literacy usually helps Americans appreciate other faiths. Evangelicals score highest when it comes to their own.
Christians Fleeing Persecution in Russia Can Stay in Germany
Faced with mounting threats and anti-missionary laws, Baptists win asylum appeal despite supposed constitutional protections in their home country.
From DC to Mecca, Should ‘Human Dignity’ Be the New ‘Religious Freedom’?
Shift in human rights language could allow for greater acceptance in the Muslim world.
Canadian Anglicans to Continue Same-Sex Ceremonies, Even After Failed Vote
The church’s bishops are “are not of one mind” on the definition of marriage.
Died: Jesse Miranda, Hispanic Evangelicals’ Bridge-Builder
The ministry founder, educator, and Assemblies of God leader elevated the voices of his community and paved the way for future leaders.
10 Persecuted Christians Chosen by the State Department to Share Their Stories with the World
At this week's second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, 23 survivors from 15 countries from all faiths were given a global platform in Washington DC.
Pompeo: Why We’re Hosting the World’s Biggest Event on Religious Persecution
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo explains to CT why the State Department invited 100 nations and 1,000 participants to its second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom.
New England Cities Named Most ‘Post-Christian’
Barna’s rankings spur pastors in secularizing spots—in the Northeast and across the country—to continue working and praying for revival.
Korean Church Court Dodges Decision on Pastoral Succession
Denomination delays verdict on how Myungsung, the world’s largest Presbyterian church, passed its pulpit from father to son.
Top Story August 18, 2019
Put Not Your Trust in Credentials
Put Not Your Trust in Credentials
Chris Arnade’s moving account of “back-row America” made me reconsider my own definition of success.
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