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2020’s Most-Read Bible Verse: ‘Do Not Fear’
2020’s Most-Read Bible Verse: ‘Do Not Fear’
In an uncertain and difficult year, a record number of people searched for healing, fear, and justice.
Refugee Ministries Hope to Rebuild Under Biden
Refugee Ministries Hope to Rebuild Under Biden
After drastic cuts over the past four years, they need to rally partners and volunteers to be ready for a jump in refugee admittance.
Bethlehem’s Inns Are Empty This Christmas
Bethlehem’s Inns Are Empty This Christmas
Tourism to the biblical city celebrated as Jesus’ birthplace remains halted with West Bank under lockdown.
Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Where Are the Other Fake Fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Sixteen forgeries have been discovered so far in the collections of unsuspecting evangelicals. Experts have suspicions about many more.
Supreme Court Blocks New York’s Worship Service Restrictions
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.
Coronavirus Kills Orthodox Leader Appreciated by Protestants and Catholics
Coronavirus Kills Orthodox Leader Appreciated by Protestants and Catholics
Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church died after attending funeral of Montenegro counterpart who also had COVID-19.
Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Ethnic Lines
Tigray Crisis Tests Ethiopian Christians Along Ethnic Lines
As Abiy’s military closes in on TPLF forces, thousands flee to Sudan.
Research: Racial Minorities Were More Likely to Contract COVID-19 at Churches
Racial Minorities Were More Likely to Contract COVID-19 at Churches
What cell phone location data suggests about religious gatherings and virus transmission.
Muslims Join Evangelical Theology Conference
Muslims Join Evangelical Theology Conference
Annual gathering of Christian scholars seeks better engagement with Islam.
Fewer International Students at Christian Colleges
Fewer International Students at Christian Colleges
COVID-19 causes decline, hurting CCCU campuses.
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