A world-traveling missionary, musician, teacher and civil rights leader, Estella Diggs is a woman even 21st-century women can aspire to be like.Read full piece
The executive director of the Montana Southern Baptist Convention took to Twitter this past week to push debunked conspiracy theories about the health and debate performance of Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden.
Pope Francis says the coronavirus pandemic has proven that the “magic theories” of market capitalism have failed and that the world needs a new type of politics that promotes dialogue and solidarity and rejects war at all costs.
Church finances have not been as impacted by the coronavirus pandemic as many feared months ago. But with many congregations still not meeting in person, concerns about the future remain.
Unlike most Americans, they say many of their close friends will vote differently from them in 2020.Read full piece
Catholic Church officials in Russia criticized planned religious law changes that will require all clergy who studied abroad to retrain in a Russian college.Read full piece
The National Baptist Convention of America and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship are working together for disaster recovery efforts in Louisiana from Hurricane Laura in August.Read full piece
Amanda Tyler, executive director of BJC, reflects on one moment stood that out in a chaotic and often incoherent presidential debate this week.Read full piece
Two trustees at Southwest Baptist University took to the internet airwaves recently to attack Word&Way for covering the decision by SBU trustees to require religion professors at the school in Bolivar, Missouri, to affirm additional creedal documents.
A group of evangelicals who represent major Christian institutions who are launching a group, Pro-life Evangelicals for Biden, describing the Democrat’s overall agenda as closer to what they call a “biblically balanced agenda,” even though they disagree with Biden on abortion rights.Read full piece