David Brooks: After a week of Trumpist mayhem, white evangelicals wrestle with what theyʼve become. Read full piece
Supported by a $750,000 multi-year grant from the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky will launch the Institute for Black Church Studies in Louisville, Kentucky, this fall. Read full piece
Dwight McKissic, a prominent Black Southern Baptist pastor in Texas, announced Friday that his church would make denominational changes in light of efforts by prominent Southern Baptists to condemn Critical Race Theory.
The blending on Jan. 6 of Christian imagery with Trump flags put Christian Nationalism, the often militarized fusing of Christianity and American identity, on display during one of America’s darkest days.
Democrats won the critical U.S. Senate runoff races on Jan. 5. But did Baptist and other evangelical groups ‘cross a legal line’ in trying to keep Republicans' grip on power?
Gregory E. Sterling, dean of Yale Divinity School: As someone who has devoted his entire life to understanding, exploring and teaching the truth about Christianity, I saw the use of Christian symbols and rhetoric as part of the violent assault on the US Capitol as
For months, farmers in India have been protesting new agriculture reform laws instituted in September 2020, which leave them to the mercy — or lack thereof — of corporate giants. The protesters’ cause and community have shown a way for people of all faiths to go forward in
During the 2020 campaign, Dickson focused his outreach by highlighting Biden’s policy positions on issues such as immigration, systemic racism and climate change that have broad support among faith leaders, including many evangelicals. Read full piece
Representative Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican, called on Christian leaders who have pushed President Donald Trump's baseless claims of widespread voter fraud to "admit their mistakes," suggesting this was necessary to lead their followers to the truth. Read full piece
In the wake of the recent attack on the United States Capitol by insurrectionists, American members of the clergy should take time to reflect on their responsibility not only as religious leaders but as civic leaders. Ministers might not, and arguably should not, engage in