The Raab Collection put up for sale a rare 15th-century manuscript containing a cipher that, when decoded, helped calculate the date of Easter during the Middle Ages.
David Rice examines faith healing through the lens of both denominational differences between Baptists and the Assemblies of God as well as his personal struggles living with a disability.
This issue of A Public Witness takes you to the latest stop of musician Sean Feucht's “Kingdom to the Capitol” tour before offering a hymn of reflection about the message of Holy Week.
In "Resisting Apartheid America: Living the Badass Gospel," Miguel A. De La Torre challenges readers and makes a strong case that EuroChristianity, defined by White Supremacy, is the greatest threat to the United States.
Contributing writer Greg Mamula offers the latest entry in a six-part series on the future of the church. In this fifth article, he focuses on how we should invite people from isolation to inclusion.
On Palm Sunday, many Christians cross the greater Nashville, Tennessee, region, headed to worship services grief-stricken and hurting for the lives stolen too soon in The Covenant School shooting.
This issue of A Public Witness considers the two main ways political and religious leaders are reacting to gun violence, one that is killing us and one that imagines a better world.
The Vatican on Thursday responded to Indigenous demands and formally repudiated the “Doctrine of Discovery,” the theories backed by 15th-century “papal bulls” that legitimized the colonial-era seizure of Native lands and form the basis of some property laws today.
The new rules mirror restrictions set forth by the Trump administration that were eventually blocked in court by migrant activist groups.
Rev. Dr. Cassandra Gould of Faith in Action makes the case that while divisions exist everywhere, the multi-faith interconnectedness and commitment to working together for justice and equity she sees in Ghana is a model we can and must adopt here in the U.S.