The president preferred Jesus’s teachings to his supernatural acts — and edited his copy of the New Testament accordingly. Read full piece
A D.C. federal court late Friday granted permission for a large D.C. church to hold outdoor worship services, saying the city’s coronavirus restrictions banning church services of more than 100 people — indoors or out — appear to violate the church’s religious exercise rights.Read full
Evangelicalism in America is nearing extinction due to the movement’s devotion to politics at the expense of its original calling to share the gospel, according to Mark Galli, former editor-in-chief of Christianity Today.Read full piece
Amid a two-year controversy over theology and power, leaders at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, decided to terminate its philosophy program and not renew the contract of its tenured philosophy professors — a move some other faculty feel didn’t follow the school’s own rules.
Republican or Democrat, whether or not you social distance likely has more to do with whether you feel the U.S. is under threat from others not like you. That is why a group of academics say the powerful driver of the disagreement might be Christian
Is the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict a Christian-Muslim clash, or simply politics? Read full piece
The German Catholic bishops’ conference and the council of the Evangelical Church in Germany plan to continue their discussions about shared Communion.Read full piece
Armenia accused Azerbaijan on Thursday of shelling a historic cathedral in the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, where nearly two weeks of heavy fighting has killed hundreds of people.
Max Lucado reflects on the news that Donald Trump has COVID-19 along with other concerns facing the country. Lucado urges that as we are processing the news that we should respond with faith and not fear.