(The Conversation) Testing investment advisers on their knowledge of ethics can lead to better behavior, new research shows.
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump doesn’t lack for strong speakers. But only one voice at the trial speaks to senators-turned-jurors about the values behind their actions — and keeps his focus on God.
The number of Christians as a percentage of the global population declined ever so slightly over the past 20 years, according to a report published Jan. 3 by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary.
(RNS) — There’s not much love lost -- or respect -- between Christian marriage and sex blogger Sheila Wray Gregoire and pastor turned marriage expert Emerson Eggerichs over the message in his bestselling book, "Love & Respect."
Two United Methodist churches in Kansas are using their signs to connect people, using both religion and sports in pro-Chiefs messages prior to Super Bowl LIV in Miami this weekend.
(RNS) — Justice Clarence Thomas, the member of the Supreme Court known for his reticence, speaks for much of a new two-hour documentary about his life.
MIAMI (BP) -- The impact of Jordan Matthews on the San Francisco 49ers isn't something that can be measured by his football performance. The wide receiver has spent most of the season on the inactive list, playing in only three games and catching four passes.
Psalm 11 reminds us that even when it seems that the unrighteous are getting away with their wicked ways, we can rest knowing that God is in control, for he will bring order and justice when he best seems fitting.
“What we share in status updates and how we talk to other people – what we rejoice over and what we lament – says something about what we believe about God,” according to theologian Angela Gorrell.
Texas has banished hundreds of prisoners to more than a decade of solitary confinement, an extreme form of a controversial punishment likened to torture. Many of these prisoners aren’t sure how—or, in some cases, if—they will ever get out.