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One Body, Many Parts: The Crucial Role of the ‘Faith-Based FEMA’ After Florence
Working alongside government agencies, Christian volunteers aid hurricane victims based on what each denomination does best.
Will the Supreme Court Pop Abortion Clinic Bubbles?
A challenge to 'buffer zones' against pro-life protesters gets a surprise hearing Wednesday, January 15.
What Happens When Schools Cut Denominational Ties
A new study raises questions about the merer Christian college.
Supreme Court Won't Reconsider Ban on 'Gruesome' Church Protest
Case pitted freedom of speech against freedom of religion. But protecting children from disturbing pictures was the trump card.
How the 'Faith-Based FEMA' Are Helping Moore Move On
As President Obama pledges recovery, Christian volunteers aid Oklahoma tornado victims based on what each denomination does best.
No GRACE in Sexual Abuse Investigation of Missionary Kids
Reviewing decades-old abuse allegations isn't simple, as firing by Baptist missions agency shows.
Sovereign Grace Ministries: Courts Shouldn't 'Second-Guess' Pastoral Counseling of Sex Abuse Victims
Legal observers question whether clergy-penitent privilege applies to denomination accused of covering up crimes.
The Trouble with TBN
Amid a flurry of scandalous accusations, ministries again face the question of whether to abandon or reform the broadcaster.
Supreme Court's Health-Care Ruling Could Weaken Charity Tax Breaks
Why some religious nonprofits' worries aren't about the contraception mandate.
Luter vs. Land
As Southern Baptists prepare to install their first black president, observers disagree on how much clout Fred Luter will have in a denomination closely identified with high-profile figures such as the newly reprimanded Richard Land.
Contract Concern: USAID Policy on Hiring Alarms Charities
Groups concerned religious liberty fear they could be challenged in the future.
Out of Africa
Rwanda exodus shows challenge of global Christianity.
Out of Africa: What AMIA's Exodus from Rwanda Portends for Global Christianity
Break underscores the difficulty of shifting denominational power across cultures and continents.
As USCIRF Faces Possible Closure, Funding Divides Religious Freedom Experts
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom is preparing to shut down.
Leaving Rwanda: Breakaway Anglicans Break Away Again
Dispute between African bishops and Anglican Mission in the Americas prompts U.S. leadership to leave body.
Interpretation Sparks a Grave Theology Debate
Apologist’s questioning of Matthew 27 creates theological war of words.
Online Boycotts Separate Corporations from Christian Groups
Petitions effective, but not by numbers.
Sex, Money ... Pride? Why Pastors Are Stepping Down
What's causing some well-known leaders like C. J. Mahaney (and John Piper before him) to step aside is not what you might think.
Should the Marriage Battleground Shift to Religious Freedom?
After New York vote on same-sex marriage, conscience questions draw more emphasis.
Renewal Groups Strategize after the PC(USA) Drops Celibacy Clause for Gay Clergy
Churches discuss future paths since the votes came in for the Presbyterian Church(USA) to open the door to ordaining non-celibate homosexuals.