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Leaders of Jordan’s Council of Churches issued a similar statement on Nov. 5, calling for the cancellation of Christmas celebrations in the kingdom.

Strickland, 65, has emerged as a leading critic of Francis, accusing him in a tweet earlier this year of “undermining the deposit of faith.”

Two years after being placed on probation by its accrediting body, Southwest Baptist University’s accreditation status has been reaffirmed. The probation period for the school in Bolivar, Missouri, came after years of conflict over theology and control.

Asked about Biden’s calls for 'humanitarian pauses' in the fighting, Barbara Williams-Skinner, CEO and co-founder of Skinner Leadership Institute, said: ‘It’s not adequate.’

Our reporting the day after Mike Johnson’s election to speaker of the House was the first to look at his preaching. One church we included in that story has removed his messages from its online sermons page — but not before Brian saved both of them.

The mix of religion, power, money, and influence around Nashville and its suburbs makes it fertile ground for a Southern evangelical take on Christian Nationalism.

The abortion debate in Ohio, the run-up to the vote made clear, is not a simple clash between religious and secular voters.

Church leaders are conducting weekly workshops to train traditional and church leadership in how to promote peace in their communities.

ABCUSA’s new leader stands out, as only 13% of ABCUSA churches are pastored by women, and 86% of women in Baptist churches still report facing obstacles in their ministry because of their gender.

This issue of A Public Witness explores public comments implying the Old and New Testaments are pitted against each other — echoing an ancient heresy.