Today is the National Day of Prayer. What could be offensive about the government setting aside a day for prayer? Yet, as is so often in life, things are not always what they seem. What looks like an innocent moment of common devotion is far
A new Missouri Senate bill that was heard in the House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee today would allow school districts to start offering social studies courses on the Hebrew Scriptures, the Old Testament of the Bible and New Testament of the Bible. Word&Way Editor-in-Chief
Faith-based refugee resettlement groups are celebrating President Joe Biden’s decision to raise the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. for the remainder of the federal fiscal year to 62,500, even as they acknowledge that they need to rebuild their capacity after years of cuts.
Editor-in-Chief Brian Kaylor responds to a claim by Al Mohler of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary that Methodists who disagree on LGBTQ issues are from “two different religions.” Perhaps Mohler is right.