Southern Baptists form a core part of the White evangelical Christian bloc that has reliably and overwhelmingly voted Republican in recent elections, and is expected to again in 2024. But Southern Baptists are weighing their options in the GOP presidential primary field.
The two candidates for SBC president hold many of the same beliefs but disagree sharply over how to handle the issue of sexual abuse and over the direction of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
The Reformed resurgence swept through evangelicalism in the early 2000s, fueled by Calvinism, charisma, and complementarianism. Despite the fall of a number of leaders, the movement retains staying power.
As the temperatures rise and vacations approach, this issue of A Public Witness includes some of our recommendations for great summer reads. Whether you find yourself on the beach, in a secluded cabin, or just in your own backyard, we hope you’ll find the perfect
In "Trauma-Informed Evangelism: Cultivating Communities of Wounded Healers," authors Charles Kiser and Elaine A. Heath speak to the concerns of our day so that if we share our faith, we can bring into the conversation the realities of trauma that so many face.
Warren argues that the debate is far larger than what might happen to the church he founded.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz publicly criticized fellow prominent Southern Baptist Tom Ascol for defending legislation that imposes the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality.”
A state school board in Oklahoma voted Monday to approve the first publicly funded Christian school in the nation, despite a warning from the state’s attorney general that the decision was unconstitutional.
At the height of the Islamic State group’s rampage across Syria, the world watched in horror as the militants blew up an iconic arch and temple in the country’s famed Roman ruins in Palmyra. Eight years later, IS has lost its hold but restoration work on
With Flag Day coming on June 14, several Christian groups hope pastors across the country will lift up a different standard during church services on June 11. The “Preach and Pray to Confront Christian Nationalism” initiative is urging pastors to warn against efforts to conflate