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Most Americans, and Many Christians, Don’t Believe in the Son of God Before the Manger
Most Americans, and Many Christians, Don’t Believe in the Son of God Before the Manger
There’s widespread agreement around Christmas as a historical event, but people are confused around the timeline for the Son’s existence, per a recent survey.
Can Maine Cover the Cost of Christian School Tuition?
Can Maine Cover the Cost of Christian School Tuition?
The latest Supreme Court case over public funding for sectarian education challenges distinctions between religious identity and religious purpose.
Iran’s House Churches Are Not Illegal, Says Supreme Court Justice
Iran’s House Churches Are Not Illegal, Says Supreme Court Justice
An unprecedented ruling asserts practicing and promoting Christianity at home is not a national security threat.
No Singing Christian Carols on December 25, Orders Patriarch of Jerusalem
No Singing Christian Carols on December 25, Orders Patriarch of Jerusalem
Orthodox edict puts holiday unity in the Holy Land—where Christians in Jordan and Israel have long agreed to observe Western Christmas and Eastern Easter dates—in doubt.
Vaccine Debates Are Responsible for 2021’s Fastest-Growing Bible Search Term: Sorcery
Vaccine Debates Define 2021’s Biggest Bible Search Term: Sorcery
Does Scripture warn about Big Pharma? Endorse mask-wearing? Christians Googled for answers.
Supreme Court Abortion Case Holds Signs of Hope for Pro-Life Evangelicals
Supreme Court Abortion Case Holds Signs of Hope for Pro-Life Evangelicals
The conservative-majority Supreme Court appeared willing to side with Mississippi’s abortion ban.
Died: Marcus Lamb, Daystar Founder Who Believed TV Opened a Window for the Holy Spirit
Died: Marcus Lamb, Daystar Founder
After setting himself apart from corrupt televangelists and achieving incredible early success, the Christian network chief lived from scandal to scandal.
Most Pastors Say 2021 Giving Is on Track
Most Pastors Say 2021 Giving Is on Track
But those who waited longer to resume in-person worship, such as in mainline and African American traditions, still see severe declines in the offering plate.
Died: Labib Madanat, Who Showed the Bible to Palestinians and Israelis in Word and Deed
Died: Labib Madanat, Who Showed the Bible to Palestinians and Israelis
Son of Jordanian missionaries organized the Holy Land’s Bible societies and demonstrated the gospel’s love and forgiveness amid war and terror.
Why Bad Things Happen to People, According to 6,500 Americans
Why Bad Things Happen to People, According to 6,500 Americans
Pew’s pandemic survey on the problem of evil finds few blame God or doubt God’s omnipotence, goodness, or existence.
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