LINCOLN, Neb. (RNS) — In the days following major midwestern floods this spring, people of faith prayed for their neighbors and got busy lending a hand. They also turned to their beliefs to make sense of the disaster.
(RNS) — Americans are living less like a Billy Graham nation, and increasingly like a nation defined by the more secular religion of Norman Vincent Peale -- though few Americans today may even know this name.
A few days after New York State’s decision to revise its law governing abortions in order to align with federal law, a pastor wondered whether it would be productive to enter into an online conversation about such a highly charged topic. Here's what he learned.
Critics of a Missouri House bill that would allow elective courses on the Bible raise sectarian concerns and whether the bill is needed.
Of the estimated 113 million food insecure persons in 2018 globally, 72 million lived in eight countries.
There are already more Christians in Africa than any other continent—that’s not going to change soon. By 2060 six of the countries with the top ten largest Christian populations will be in Africa.
(RNS) — The future of a decades-old CBS documentary series focused on religion is in doubt, as the network is potentially discussing cutting back or even ending a stream of faith-related segments that CBS has run since the 1940s.
It is an American tradition to watch the impressive Macy's Thanksgiving Parade with all those giant balloons, floats, marching bands from across the nation, along with the stars of the show, Santa and Mrs. Claus. Who doesn't like a parade?
When asked before the Final Four how his faith in Christ helps him prepare his team to play, University of Virginia Head Coach Tony Bennett explained how he used the Bible to build his team.
As with most theological topics, a wide diversity of opinions exists among Baptists on the nature of hell. In fact, Baptist theologians and preachers — much like church leaders in the first centuries after Jesus — have long been found in the various hell camps.