In this issue of A Public Witness to consider the history and the theology at play at FBC Atlanta — in 1963 and today. And we have exclusive comments from the leader of that civil rights effort, Rev. Amos Brown, who today is pastor of Third Baptist
In episode 46 of Dangerous Dogma, Samuel Perry, a professor of sociology at the University of Oklahoma, talks about the new book he co-authored, The Flag & The Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy.
A fight over an FCC license has put a small Christian school at odds with a cellphone giant. Thanks to changes in regulations that allow schools to sell their licenses off to commercial companies, Christian College of Georgia now finds itself with a license that
Senior Editor Beau Underwood interviews Christopher Dixon, pastor of West Finley Baptist Church near Fordland, Missouri, for the latest installment of our “Behind the Pulpit” series intended to pull back the curtain on the minister’s life.
Robert D. Cornwall reviews On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, and the Gifts of Neurodiversity by Daniel Bowman, Jr. The book was recently chosen by the Academy of Parish Clergy as its 2022 Book of the Year.
Contributing writer Rodney Kennedy explores why so many people have deserted their churches. He argues that many people are simply caught up in the currents of a secular age and have been swept away without a whimper of protest.
The group Faithful America held a press call on Thursday that served as a platform for Christian leaders to speak out against the ongoing ReAwaken America megachurch tour. The tour, hosted by Clay Clark, General Michael Flynn, and Eric Trump was denounced as an attempt
“Your accusation that I had ‘another campaign event’ is a slanderous lie.” Former U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, who is currently seeking the GOP nomination for the open U.S. Senate seat in North Carolina, sent that message to one of us (Brian) on March 27.