Senior Editor Beau Underwood interviews Courtney Richards, who is on the pastoral staff of Harvard Avenue Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the latest installment of our “Behind the Pulpit” series intended to pull back the curtain on the minister’s life.
Late last month, one of the accused Jan. 6 Capitol insurrectionists told a D.C. judge that she didn’t recognize his authority and was making a “divine special appearance.” Another one of the accused streams a solo religious service each week that he calls “Good Morning
The bishops of the African Methodist Episcopal Church opened their denomination’s major meeting — a year after it was delayed due to the coronavirus — with a call for greater worldwide access to COVID-19 vaccines and testing.
The new leader of the Southern Baptist Convention has delivered sermons containing passages from those of his predecessor, causing a furor.
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In episode 7 of Dangerous Dogma, Amanda Tyler, executive director of BJC, talks about Christian Nationalism and the Jan. 6 insurrection. She also discusses what it means to advocate for religious liberty for all.
Nearly eight decades after their first date, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are still together in the same tiny town where they were born, grew up, and had that first outing.
In God Spare the Girls, Abigail and Caroline are the daughters of celebrity evangelical pastor Luke Nolan. While they aren’t always able to abide by scripture exactly, Abigail and Caroline more or less believe in their religion and their father — until one revelation changes
Columnist Greg Mamula takes us inside the first online Biennial Mission Summit of American Baptist Churches USA. And he explores the benefits of virtual communal gatherings.
Senior Editor Beau Underwood reflects on several pieces written about the 4th of July and Christian Nationalism, which he felt made this year’s observance of the holiday feel different.
This Fourth of July, worship leaders work to focus devotion “In Christ Alone.”
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