- Native American Pastor Leads Southern Baptists to Decry Forced Conversions“Burdened and broken” by the federal investigation into Indian boarding schools, Mike Keahbone drafted the denomination’s first resolution in support of native peoples.
- The Surge in Arab Seminary StudiesUnlike many American counterparts, evangelical institutions in Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine enjoy an influx of students as they serve beyond their ivory towers.
- The Dark History of Abortion DoctorsTo reach pro-choice frontliners, pro-life advocates must understand their motives.
- National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.A new history argues that Protestant ministers have traded prophetic introspection for triumphalist civil religion.
- Lawsuit Alleges Billionaire’s Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-DealingA former director of Bill Hwang’s investment firm, seeking millions in compensation, said Grace and Mercy was used as a financial “escape pod.”
- Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?Evangelical advocates abroad hold out hope that America’s shift on abortion sets a new standard.
- New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University CampusAfter a money laundering case and dozens of lawsuits, the Christian college founded by David Jang is under new scrutiny from Christian accreditors.
- Они покинули Украину, а Украина последовала за нимиУбегая от российских ракет, некоторые верующие, изгнанные из своих домов, обрели новую цель в жизни – помощь беженцам.English
- The Pro-Life Movement Faces Blue State BacklashAs the national pro-life movement celebrated, activists opposing abortion in blue states watched years of setbacks happen in a few days. Still, they are finding different ways of winning.
- Advisory Panel: No More Canadian Military Chaplains Who Believe in Conversion, Male LeadershipEvangelicals object to “extremely troubling” proposal that would exclude many religious groups.
- A Patriotism of Compassion, Not Pomp and GloryRichard Mouw reflects on the moral and spiritual work of loving your country.
- I Was Pro-Life In Theory. It Took Much More to Actually Help.Our convictions, when lived out, will cost us.español
- Who Pays the Price for Crisis Pregnancies?Early pro-life advocates said “no” to abortion and “yes” to social safety nets for mothers. But most of today’s movement has lost that approach.
- What Came Before the Ultrasound–and What Comes AfterFrom word pictures to video games, prenatal visualization technology has expanded our empathy for the unborn.
- Is There a Wholesome Alternative to Christian Nationalism?Paul Miller’s critique of political idolatry is persuasive. His defense of patriotic civil religion, less so.
- No todos los provida están celebrandoEl profeta Jeremías nos enseña que el lamento bíblico por el aborto no es apático ni tiene aires de triunfalismo.English
- Pro-Life Black Christians Don’t Focus on Abortion AloneOverturning Roe v. Wade draws attention to what they’ve known all along: There’s much more to upholding life than banning abortion.
- D. James Kennedy Ministries Loses Legal Battle Against ‘Hate Group’ LabelSupreme Court declines to reconsider definition of defamation and make it easier to prove malice.
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- Christian Leaders Pray for Peace and Safety Amid Capitol MobFor believers under democratic rule, peaceful transitions are “part of honoring and submitting to God’s ordained leaders.”
- Ahead of 2020 Election, White Evangelicals Still Concerned About COVID-19Those who know someone who suffered from the virus are less likely to say they plan to vote for President Trump.
Top Story July 11, 2022Native American Pastor Leads Southern Baptists to Decry Forced Conversions
“Burdened and broken” by the federal investigation into Indian boarding schools, Mike Keahbone drafted the denomination’s first resolution in support of native peoples.
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