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South Carolina Foster Ministry Opens to Catholics for the First Time
Despite a federal waiver backing its Protestants-only policy, Miracle Hill continued to face legal challenges.
Can Willow Creek Find Closure After Bill Hybels?
The elders: There is “a fracture in our church marked by disbelief, confusion, fear, and hurt.”
Michael W. Smith, Kevin Jonas Launch Liberty University Music Label
Liberty Music Group is the latest venture to help students “take worship to the nations.”
Boarding School for Missionary Kids Uncovers Dozens of Abuse Allegations
The Christian Academy in Japan investigates reports of sexual misconduct and “severe beatings” by faculty spanning from the 1950s to 1990s
Blessed Be the Nukes? Russian Orthodox Recommends End to Ritual for Missiles
A country where the nuclear arsenal has its own patron saint considers a shift to sanctify soldiers rather than weapons of mass destruction.
VA Hospitals Can Distribute, Display Bibles Under Revised Policy
After a legal fight over a POW/MIA table, Veterans Affairs clarifies religious liberty protections.
Billy Graham Archives Begin Move from Wheaton to Charlotte
While Franklin Graham aims to consolidate the late evangelist’s legacy, some scholars raise concerns about research opportunities.
ECFA Faces Scrutiny Over Harvest Investigation
The delayed penalties for James MacDonald’s church have some evangelicals challenging the financial watchdog’s role and others defending it.
On Gettysburg's 150th, New Museum Examines Faith's RoleSubscriber Access Only
$15 million Seminary Ridge Museum opens with focus on "duty and devotion."
Is Crucifixion Art the Victim of Its Own Success?Subscriber Access Only
Images of Jesus on the cross no longer command auction prices.
Why World Relief's Jenny Yang Feared Speaking on ImmigrationSubscriber Access Only
The 33-year-old daughter of immigrants has become a leading voice behind the Evangelical Immigration Table.
Boy Scouts' Membership Change May Grow Christian Youth ClubsSubscriber Access Only
Alternative organizations saw rising interest amid debate.
Pastors Push Back Against 'Annual Registration Fee'Subscriber Access Only
One Illinois city says it's charging churches a fee, but church leaders call it an unfair 'tax.'
How China Plans to Wipe Out House ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Report: Govt.-sponsored persecution rose 42 percent in 2012.
Newtown Interfaith "Debacle" Prompts More ApologiesSubscriber Access Only
Missouri Synod president Matthew C. Harrison: "I increased the pain of a hurting community."
Even Boy Scouts' Postponing Decision Is ControversialSubscriber Access Only
Religious sponsors are a major reason the group made no decision on gay members and leaders.
Lutheran Pastor Apologizes for Praying at Newtown VigilSubscriber Access Only
Denomination prohibits ministers from participating in interfaith services.
Retired Los Angeles Cardinal Stripped of Duties as Abuse Coverup RevealedSubscriber Access Only
Action taken against Roger Mahony is nearly unprecedented.
Abortion Views Relatively Unchanged 40 Years After Roe v. Wade, Statistics ShowSubscriber Access Only
But are Americans' feelings about abortion really so stagnant?
Roe at 40: Who's Winning the Abortion Battle?Subscriber Access Only
With victories and setbacks on both sides, not to mention conflicting polls, it can be hard to tell.
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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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