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In "Church Conflicts: The Cross, Apocalyptic, and Political Resistance," noted New Testament scholar Ernst Käsemann explores the significance of Christian apocalyptic for the church in times of crisis.

The congregation is already working on architectural plans with an expected cost of between $30 - $40 million.

What does Scripture say about the rights of children in an anti-child world?

Armed conflicts involving Israel are often associated with End Times’ battles by American evangelicals, as many believe the Jewish state will play a role in fulfilling the biblical prophecy.

‘We can be accidental accomplices in keeping people poor,’ TV travel host Rick Steves said he learned from Simon.

The lawsuit was filed in January on behalf of 13 Christian, Jewish, and Unitarian Universalist leaders who support abortion rights.

This issue of A Public Witness features a guest post from Holly Hollman, general counsel and associate executive director at the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, reflecting on why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act still matters.

The vote follows the House of Bishops’ agreement last month to commend ‘Prayers of Love and Faith,’ a collection of prayers and readings for use in existing services. The bishops also approved the prayers as the basis for stand-alone services for gay couples.

The march was intended as a response to numerous demonstrations across the country and the world — some led by Jews — calling for an end to Israel’s retaliatory strikes in Gaza.

Henri Nouwen's "Community" provides a complete picture community and why it is such a necessary and integral part of the spiritual life.