We are not executing the ‘worst of the worst,’ as some may believe, but the poorest of the poor, and disproportionately people of color. And a supposedly pro-life administration is rushing to execute more people with just two months left in office.
As more cities and states consider enacting much-needed mask mandates during the growing coronavirus pandemic, Editor Brian Kaylor urges a healthy view of religious freedom that does not carve out unnecessary and dangerous exemptions.
Evangelicals have largely championed the rise of mass incarceration, writes Aaron Griffith in his new book. They've also undertaken novel ministries to try to bring compassion, healing and conversion to those behind bars.
The strength of the Black church in America since emancipation is simply remarkable, considering out of which it came and what it has encountered. Yet, today, there remain those white Christians who see it as their prerogative to determine what Christianity should look like for all
Jack E. Brymer Sr. died Oct. 28 in a Birmingham, Ala., nursing home at the age of 84 after a recent stroke. He was one of the brightest lights among Baptist journalists in the last half century — perhaps the most consequential semi-century for Baptists
For the past two years, members at Holmeswood Baptist Church in Kansas City, Missouri, talked about issues of human sexuality and gender identity. Now the congregation has decided to welcome individuals who are LGBTQ+ into the full life of the church.