Baptists in Western Ukraine have made plans to shelter fellow believers in the case of a Russian invasion at Ukraine’s eastern border, a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary graduate who now leads a Baptist seminary in Ukraine told Baptist Press.
Pope Francis denounced fake news about COVID-19 and vaccines Friday, blasting the “distortion of reality based on fear” but also urging that people who believe such lies are helped to understand true scientific facts.
We kickoff with a look at the health-related controversies that have swirled around the NFL. We then ask for an official review from Christian thinkers past and present. Finally, we send up a Hail Mary that encourages followers of Jesus to think about their sports
Rob W. Lee, a minister and activist in North Carolina, talks about his advocacy against honors to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Rob, whose family is related to the hero of the "Lost Cause," also discusses why Christians need to address the history of racism
Senior Editor Beau Underwood interviews Lindsey Braun, pastor of education and faith formation at Plymouth Church in Des Moines, Iowa, for the latest installment of our “Behind the Pulpit” series intended to pull back the curtain on the minister’s life.
With so many ideological strands animating the far-right — including racism, antisemitism, and fervent nationalism — a shared affinity for Christian Nationalism has come to serve as a unifying element, scholars of extremism say. And as Christian Nationalism’s presence grows, experts are concerned it could expand
Brian Kaylor reacts with satirical humor and sharp criticism to Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filing lawsuits against dozens of public school districts after school officials enacted mask rules to keep children and teachers healthy amid the omicron surge.
A Republican-dominated South Dakota House committee on Friday rejected Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposal to require public schools to have a moment of silence to start the day. The Republican governor first billed the proposal at a conservative Christian conference in Iowa last year as “putting prayer back in schools.”