While many churches reach out to meet the immediate needs of people who have lost jobs, Christians also are called to tackle underlying social issues related
As Labor Day approaches, let's separate deception from truth and construct a biblical theology of work that will transform us on Sunday and empower us on Monday.
Charles Kurzman, professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina, thinks 20th century anarchist violence bears a resemblance to the Islamic terrorism of the 21st century in one sense: Neither resulted in a spiraling escalation of violence.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (ABP) -- As Hurricane Irene swirls toward the east coast with heavy rains whipped by 110 mile per hour winds, its potential to produce disastrous property damage prompts a deluge of news reports and a constant hum across social media.
GEORGETOWN, Texas (ABP) – Cecil Ray, for many years a leading figure in efforts to convince Southern Baptists to give more money to religious causes, died Aug. 23.
(ABP) -- Eugene Nida, a pioneer in the theory of modern Bible translations in the 20th century, died Aug. 25 in a Brussels hospital. While not a household name, Nida, 96, influenced Bibles in millions of homes.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (ABP) – With the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaching – and falling on a Sunday – many churches are planning special observances.
(ABP) -- In worship this summer we’ve spent our time revisiting some of the basics of faith and practice in our life as a church. Each week we’ve included a ritual of some sort in worship, intended to help us respond to the topic under
MINERAL, Va. -- The rare East Coast earthquake Aug. 23 left two Baptist churches near the epicenter with cracked walls and broken glass, but no major damage, said spokespersons at each congregation.
(ABP) -- The third-richest man in the world, Warren Buffett (who has pledged to give 99 percent of his wealth to philanthropic purposes), wrote in a New York Times op-ed Aug. 14 that super-rich Americans like him are not paying their fair share of taxes.