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Pro-Life Protestor Acquitted in Federal Case
Pro-Life Protestor Acquitted in Federal Case
The case of Mark Houck was one of more than two dozen the DOJ has pursued against pro-life protestors since “Dobbs.”
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for Decades
An independent commission concluded that dozens of women were violated by Vanier and his mentor under exploitative spiritual disciplines.
Under Municipal Regulations, UK Abortion Clinics ‘Safe’ From Silent Prayer
Under Municipal Regulations, UK Abortion Clinics ‘Safe’ From Silent Prayer
Two British citizens face criminal penalties for violating buffer zones.
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT, for Now
Put Not Your Trust in ChatGPT, for Now
Q&A with a veteran AI engineer and entrepreneur, Tom Kehler, about the limits of the popular chatbot and the wonders of the human brain.
Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 Years
Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 Years
In the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it’s time for the gospel to shine.”
Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and Growing
Survey: Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, First Gen, and Growing
As the Latino population climbs in the US, researchers say their congregations excel at fostering community and engaging new people.
After Shooting, California Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned Solemn
After Shooting, Local Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned Solemn
Blocks away from the Monterey Park and Alhambra crime scenes, some Asian American pastors adjusted services and offered prayers.
United Methodists Lose 1,800 Churches in Split Over LGBT Stance
United Methodists Lose 1,800 Churches in Split Over LGBT Stance
The initial departures, mostly concentrated in the South, represent around 6 percent of the denomination—not as dramatic as the “schism” some feared.
Work Hard, Pray Hard: How Pentecostalism Took Off Among California Laborers
Work Hard, Pray Hard: How Pentecostalism Took Off Among California Laborers
Mexican Americans looked to the vibrant faith for hope, healing, and respite, writes scholar Lloyd Barba.
Baptisms Turn Deadly with South African Floods
Baptisms Turn Deadly with South African Floods
Christians must find ways to adapt to impacts of climate change, experts say.
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