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John Ortberg Resigns from Menlo Church
Elders cite "pain and broken trust" as the church launches a new investigation of son's volunteer work with children.
Died: John Lewis, Preaching Politician and Civil Rights Leader
From Freedom Rides to March on Washington, Selma protest, and House of Congress, he showed that "Sometimes you have to find a way to get in trouble, good trouble."
John Ortberg’s Church Announces New Investigation
Leadership apologizes for lack of transparency that eroded trust.
Mitt Romney Joins Evangelical Racial Justice March in DC
Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile helped organize Sunday’s event, which drew hundreds of participants.
Willow Creek Announces New Senior Pastor
Michigan megachurch pastor David Dummitt, a Wheaton College graduate, will start this June.
Tullian Tchividjian Is Back. So Is Scrutiny About His Past Infidelity.
How #MeToo is raising new questions about the sex scandal, even as Billy Graham’s grandson prepares to formally launch his new church.
Methodists Cancel Plans for First Big Meeting Outside US
The UMC has decided to relocate its 2024 General Conference from Manila, Philippines.
C.S. Lewis's Pen Pal, Kathy Keller Subscriber access only
Keller's childhood correspondence with the revered author led her to Christian faith.
Will G. K. Chesterton Join Pope John Paul II as Newest Saints? Subscriber access only
Christians and Jews split over effort to canonize writer.
Transgender Theology Professor Leaves Christian College Subscriber access only
(UPDATED) Former theology chair and one of CCCU's largest schools agree to part ways.
Moody Bible Institute Drops Alcohol and Tobacco Ban for Employees Subscriber access only
School follows Wheaton, Huntington, and Asbury in emphasizing 'values not rules.'
Amid Measles Outbreak, Megachurch Scrutinized for Vaccine Teachings Subscriber access only
(UPDATED) Infections hit second-highest total since disease eradicated from U.S. in 2000.
Failed C. S. Lewis College Site Could Go to Non-Christians Subscriber access only
Christian foundation expands eligibility for free D. L. Moody campus.
Government Offers 'Concrete Direction' on Church Violence Subscriber access only
Guidelines recommend “run, hide, or fight” doctrine for churches confronted with a homicidal gunman.
A New Reason To Block Bans on Shari'ah Law: International Adoption Subscriber access only
Governor's veto keeps Missouri from becoming seventh state to ban foreign laws from state courts.
Cancer Resurrects Career of Former Christian Music Star Subscriber access only
After 10 platinum records and 12-year hiatus, fan response to cancer diagnosis prompts plans for new album and major tour.
Bad World War II Experiences Led Veterans to Church, Says Study Subscriber access only
Researchers examine how combat intensity affects religious behavior.
8 in 10 U.S. Muslims Reject Suicide Bombing as 'Never Justified' Subscriber access only
New Pew report shows U.S. Muslims are more moderate than Muslims worldwide.
Catholics Take Up Protestant-Style Evangelism Subscriber access only
The church has long emphasized social justice over door-to-door evangelism–but not anymore.
Chances Improving for Ex-Episcopalians in Property Fights Subscriber access only
Court cases in Texas and South Carolina could reshape other disputes—and denominations.
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