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Amy Coney Barrett, a Catholic and Scalia Protégé, Nominated by Trump
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.
Eritrea Frees Evangelical Prisoners Due to COVID-19
Eritrea Frees Evangelical Prisoners Due to COVID-19
Dozens of persecuted believers released on bail. But hundreds reportedly remain imprisoned in the “North Korea of Africa.”
Mark Dever’s Capitol Hill Baptist Sues to Not Forsake the Assembly
Mark Dever’s Capitol Hill Baptist Sues to Not Forsake the Assembly
Without online preaching or multiple services, the DC church crossed state lines to gather legally during the pandemic.
Thai Church Holds Record-Breaking Baptism Despite COVID-19
Thai Church Holds Record-Breaking Baptism Despite COVID-19
“We believe it is the merciful hand of God to allow the gospel to spread at this crucial time.”
Died: J. Delano Ellis II, Bishop Who Promoted High Church Pentecostalism
Died: J. Delano Ellis II, Bishop Who Promoted High Church Pentecostalism
He believed church renewal would come from ardor and order of Spirit-empowered African Americans.
Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
Trump Can Afford to Slip Among White Evangelicals, But Not White Catholics
In the presidential race against Joe Biden, Catholics have emerged as a swing vote.
This Election, Evangelical Supporters Have More Faith in Trump
This Election, Evangelical Supporters Have More Faith in Trump
The campaign emphasizes another side of the president at “prayer, praise, and patriotism” rallies.
Evangelicals for Social Action Leaves Behind ‘Evangelical’ Label
Evangelicals for Social Action Leaves Behind ‘Evangelical’ Label
The 47-year-old organization sticks with the broader movement’s mission but not its name.
How Lebanon’s First Female Militant Made Her Fight More Faithful
How Lebanon’s First Female Militant Made Her Fight More Faithful
Jocelyne Khoueiry inspired over 1,500 Christian women to enlist during the civil war, then shifted her efforts from arms to knees.
Charles Stanley Stepping Down After 50 Years as Pastor
Charles Stanley Stepping Down After 50 Years as Pastor
At 87, the longtime First Baptist Atlanta preacher still doesn’t believe in retirement.
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