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Ravi Zacharias’s Daughter Steps Down to Launch New Ministry
Exit appears to mark end of internal struggle over RZIM culture review.
Died: Evelyn Mangham, Who Convinced Evangelicals to Welcome Refugees
After 20 years in Vietnam with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, she saw caring for those displaced by war as simple obedience to Jesus.
Died: Eberhard Jüngel, Theologian Who Saw Trinity Revealed in the Cross
East German student of Karl Barth and Martin Heidegger believed “God has become speakable.”
Dennis Hastert, Once an Evangelical Republican Leader, Settles Sex-Abuse Suit
The Wheaton alumnus allegedly stopped paying his victim.
Died: David Yonggi Cho, Founder of the World’s Largest Megachurch
The Korean Pentecostal promoted cell groups and gifts of the Holy Spirit for church growth.
RZIM Donors Fight to See If Their Funds Enabled Abuse
A federal judge declined to expedite discovery, but lawyers will ask for 17 years of financial records and hundreds of thousands of documents.
Why the UN’s Dire Climate Change Report Is Dedicated to an Evangelical Christian
Welsh Nobel Prize-winner John Houghton saw sin at the heart of this ecological crisis.
Assemblies of God Avoids Jury Trial in Sexual Abuse Case
Oregon lawsuit sought to hold national organization liable for crimes committed in a Royal Rangers program in the 1980s.
Died: Thomas McKenzie, Defender and Definer of Anglicanism
Pastor and author showed “The Anglican Way” to a growing number of evangelicals.
Can This Texas Pastor Lay Hands on an Inmate During Execution?
Q&A with SBC minister Dana Moore on the power of prayer in a state death chamber.
Gen Z Wants to Talk about Faith
Barna study shows Christians age 13 to 18 are skeptical of evangelism, but they’re having deep and personal peer-to-peer conversations.
The Holy Land Experience Never Made It to the Financial Promised Land
After 20 years, the ambitious biblical theme park is closed for good.
Football Player Sues RZIM Claiming Misuse of Funds
Class action alleges apologetics organization misrepresented the ministry and “bilked” faithful Christian donors.
Died: H. Eddie Fox, Who Urged Methodists to Share Their Faith
The ministry leader believed declining US churches could be revitalized by hearing Wesleyans “with a different accent.”
New Evidence Points to Old Motive in 1985 Church Murders
A South Georgia prosecutor is considering whether two Baptists were killed because they were Black.
British City Apologizes for Removing Franklin Graham Ads
Updated: Evangelist celebrates “important movement for religious freedom in the UK.”
NDAs Kept These Christians Silent. Now They’re Speaking Out Against Them.
A wave of activists across countries and denominations is calling for the end to non-disclosure and confidentiality clauses.
Died: Thelma Battle Buckner, COGIC Minister and Mother of the Minnesota Gospel Twins
She led a congregation in a denomination that doesn’t believe in women in leadership, fostered more than 1,000 children, and sang the music that God taught her to play.
US Evangelicals Promise Prayers and Support for Israel’s New Prime Minister
Letter welcomes Benjamin Netanyahu’s successor after Friends of Zion founder pledged to oppose the incoming leader.
Supreme Court Sides with Catholic Foster Care Agency
But majority declines to revisit rules for religious accommodation, over protests from justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch.
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