In the aftermath of 1999’s Columbine massacre, American media and politicians focused on the secret world of delinquent youth and how they might be saved.
Wedding cakes and same-sex marriages are back before the Supreme Court, and this time the justices are being asked to rule broadly that the 1st Amendment’s protection of the “free exercise” of religion shields conservative Christians from state civil rights laws.
Death is a given, but not the time-honored rituals. An increasingly secular, nomadic and casual America is shredding the rules about how to commemorate death.
Many evangelicals, like the author, have grown disenchanted with their born-again faith. Recently, those who have left evangelicalism have begun organizing themselves online under the hashtag #exvangelical.
Legislation submitted by a Missouri lawmaker could have a stifling effect on lawsuits claiming a violation of religious liberty.
"Shazam!" is indeed big-hearted, earnest and frequently hilarious. It’s full of the kind of childlike wonder that reminds you why we felt excited about superhero stories to begin with. More surprisingly, it may be the most spiritually-minded mainstream superhero movie yet.
While 9 out of 10 Christian pastors say helping Christians have biblical beliefs about specific issues is a major part of their role as clergy, according to a report by Barna, half of them feel occasionally or frequently limited in their ability to speak out
A few days after New York State’s decision to revise its law governing abortions in order to align with federal law, a pastor wondered whether it would be productive to enter into an online conversation about such a highly charged topic. Here's what he learned.