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Theologians Craft Wesleyan Agreement for a Divided Methodist Era
Theologians Craft Wesleyan Agreement for a Divided Methodist Era
64 scholars sign document they hope will ground more Christians in holiness doctrines.
Church of Scotland Approves Same-Sex Marriage
Church of Scotland Approves Same-Sex Marriage
(UPDATED) Traditionalist minority worry disagreement on the issue will make it harder to work together on mission.
Pro-Life Ob-Gyns: Ectopic Pregnancy, Miscarriage Care Will Continue After Roe
Pro-Life Ob-Gyns: Ectopic Pregnancy, Miscarriage Care Will Continue
Even if the pills and procedures seem similar to elective abortion, doctors know the difference between treatment when a pregnancy ends and treatment to end a pregnancy.
Southern Baptists Refused to Act on Abuse, Despite Secret List of Pastors
Southern Baptists Refused to Act on Abuse, Despite Secret List of Pastors
Investigation: SBC Executive Committee staff saw advocates’ cries for help as a distraction from evangelism and a legal liability, stonewalling their reports and resisting calls for reform.
Died: Fred Carter, Little-Known Black Artist Behind Chick Tracts
Died: Fred Carter, Little-Known Black Artist Behind Chick Tracts
“Shy” creator drew stories of sin and salvation seen by millions.
Died: Franz Mohr, Master Piano Tuner and Evangelist
Died: Franz Mohr, Master Piano Tuner and Evangelist
The chief concert technician for Steinway & Sons gave Bibles to the world’s greatest pianists and told them about Jesus.
Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 Million
Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 Million
During the pandemic, just a couple years after Bill Hybels’s resignation, attendance at the Chicago-area megachurch fell by half.
Evangelical Pro-Lifers Clash Over Criminalizing Abortion
Evangelical Pro-Lifers Clash Over Criminalizing Abortion
Ahead of a potential ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, Founders Ministries’ Tom Ascol and other “abolitionists” voice opposition to longstanding “incremental” approach, calling for penalties for women.
Exodus, Judges, or Nehemiah: Lebanon’s Evangelicals Assess Surprising Election Victory
Exodus, Judges, or Nehemiah: Lebanon’s Evangelicals Assess Surprising Election Victory
Amid a rapidly collapsing nation, Christians hope surge of new politicians opposed to traditional sectarian parties will follow biblical parallels.
After Shooting, Churches Navigate China-Taiwan Tensions Under the Surface
After Shooting, Churches Navigate China-Taiwan Tensions Under the Surface
The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan has historic ties to the push for independence.
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