There is a divide in America between the souls of injustice and justice. Read full piece
With a global pandemic, social unrest, disrupted job markets, and all the other crazy things that continue to happen in our world, Columnist Terrell Carter notes that what’s next is the question we have all been asking.
A recent dig may have uncovered where the founders of Georgetown University once held those they enslaved in eastern Maryland. Read full piece
After three decades of reconciliation work in Jerusalem, here’s what I’ve learned when protracted conflict involves religion, land, and history. Read full piece
The effect of coronavirus on global poverty is getting significantly worse, according to new data from the World Bank. COVID-19 is “likely to push between 88 and 115 million people into extreme poverty — those living under $1.90 a day — around the globe in
According to a new survey from Nashville-based LifeWay Research, almost half of U.S. Protestant pastors (48 percent) say the current economy is negatively impacting their church, including 5 percent who say the impact is very negative.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for a global fight on two fronts — one against the coronavirus pandemic and the other against “the poison” of anti-Semitism and hatred of Muslims, migrants, refugees, and many others.
In commemoration of Kristallnacht (“night of broken glass”) 82 years ago, many houses of worship around the world will leave their lights on tonight. Several Baptist churches are joining this effort to stand for justice and against anti-Semitism.