It played out like a scene straight out of Isaiah 6. Apocalyptic, vision-like stuff. But then the script changed.
The highest court in the land has given states some leeway in determining when and how to safely reopen places of worship during the COVID-19 pandemic. The move lends support to state officials making science-informed decisions that may inhibit church congregants from fully engaging in
On Tuesday (June 2), artists and celebrities planned to black out their social media profiles and “mute” their feeds to amplify black voices. Here are a number of black advocates whose activism is rooted in their faith and who are working to educate and inform
This week (June 1), the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Discovery Team released its findings at the midpoint of Toward Bold Faithfulness, a one-year journey announced in October 2019, based on Acts 16:6-10.
Baptists across the world have been impacted by coronavirus as it upended in-person worship services, impacted local economies, and increased ministry needs. But the virus has also infected Baptists in various countries, including recent tragedies in Germany and Cameroon.
Residents of states with no statewide LGBT nondiscrimination laws are largely in favor of nondiscrimination laws (69%), compared to 74% in states with existing nondiscrimination laws.
In this season of uncertainty, let us take a moment to reflect on what sort of habits are shaped by the world and how we might release them in exchange for better, transformational habits.
A small, vocal minority of pastors have begun to bristle at government-imposed restrictions on their worship, believing the government overstepped in keeping churches closed this spring.
I’m a data scientist at the University of San Francisco and teach courses online in machine learning for fast.ai. In late March, I decided to use public mask-wearing as a case study to show my students how to combine and analyze diverse types of data and evidence.
Nearly three dozen black alumni of Liberty University denounced school President Jerry Falwell Jr. on Monday, suggesting he step down after he mocked Virginia’s mask-wearing requirement by invoking the blackface scandal that engulfed the state’s governor last year.