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Supreme Court Blocks New York’s Worship Service Restrictions
It’s the first time during the pandemic the high court has sided with churches and synagogues challenging the new rules on religious liberty grounds.
Dutch Protestant Church Admits Failing Jews During World War II
Ceremony recalls “sinful history” during Nazi occupation and beyond.
Fired Hillsong NYC Pastor Carl Lentz Apologizes for Infidelity
Update: Hillsong announces an investigation into its New York church, which Lentz helped launch a decade ago.
Louisiana Votes to Specify No Right to Abortion in State Constitution
In other states, voters approve “stand your ground” in churches and legalize marijuana.
Louisiana Church Arsonist Sentenced to 25 Years
He was also ordered to pay $2.6 million to the three black churches he destroyed in 2019.
French Churches Heighten Security After Deadly Attack
Evangelicals pray for peace after three were killed at a Catholic church in Nice, the third incident in recent months attributed to Muslim extremists.
More Pastors Endorse Political Candidates in 2020
But very few do so from the pulpit, according to the latest from LifeWay Research.
Swiss Missionary Executed, Fellow Hostages Freed
Beatrice Stöckli was kidnapped by Islamist extremists in Timbuktu, Mali, in January 2016.
Latino Evangelicals Narrowly Favor Trump
Though their support for the president has grown, survey finds most Latino Christians plan to vote for Joe Biden.
LifeWay Calls Off Lawsuit Against Former President
Update: The Southern Baptist publisher will instead try to resolve its disagreement with Thom Ranier over whether he can now partner with Tyndale.
Evangelical Vote Once Again Split on Ethnic Lines
And far fewer plan to vote third-party in 2020, LifeWay finds.
Amy Coney Barrett, a Catholic and Scalia Protégé, Nominated by Trump
With an abortion record opposite Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s, Barrett has said her faith does not shape her decisions behind the bench.
Charles Stanley Stepping Down After 50 Years as Pastor
At 87, the longtime First Baptist Atlanta preacher still doesn’t believe in retirement.
Bahrain Makes Peace with Israel, Following United Arab Emirates
Today’s deal will normalize diplomatic, commercial, and security ties. Trump administration hopes more Arab nations soon follow.
Southwestern, Baylor Sue Foundation that Shifted Support After Paige Patterson’s Firing
The schools were stated beneficiaries but say they lost their input in recent restructuring.
Bethel’s Sean Feucht Rallies ‘Worship Protest’ in Seattle
The tour, held in defiance of COVID-19 regulations, continues in Colorado, Minneapolis, and Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the week ahead.
Latin American Pastors Kept Ministering During COVID-19. Now More Than 100 Have Died.
With mixed messages from leaders, evangelicals in Nicaragua and Bolivia have been especially hard-hit by the pandemic.
Evangelicals Call for Police and Criminal Justice Reform
New initiative challenges churches and believers: “Scripture makes the pursuit of justice for our neighbors a mandatory part of the Christian life.”
US Capitol to Install Billy Graham Statue in 2021
After five years of planning, the Bible-wielding preacher will replace a white supremacist North Carolina governor in the national collection.
Promise Keepers’ Comeback Event Goes Virtual
Tony Evans and Michael W. Smith on the lineup for the first major program of the men’s movement in nearly a decade.

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