From "The Birth of a Nation," the 1915 silent movie some historians blame for a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, to Spike Lee’s "BlacKkKlansman" more than 100 years later, movies have reflected and shaped Americans’ attitudes toward race, said Baylor University professor Greg Garrett.
It's been a year since beloved progressive Christian author and speaker Rachel Held Evans died unexpectedly — and in that year, a common refrain sounded again and again online among her many readers and friends.
Jen Hatmaker knows the cost of standing up for what she believes in. But the freedom that came with it has been worth it, according to the bestselling author and speaker. "The only regret I have is that I did not do this sooner," Hatmaker
John Scalzi gave up on God at an early age. While Scalzi identifies as an agnostic, a mix of action, sly humor and religion has become a mainstay of his popular sci-fi novels
WACO—Jeremy Everett, author of I Was Hungry: Cultivating Common Ground to End an American Crisis, believes a divided nation can find common ground in a battle to eliminate chronic hunger.
Joshua Harris,the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye and one of the most influential voices on sex and relationships for a generation of evangelical Christians, announced this past week that he and his wife are separating after 19 years of marriage.
CUMMING, Ga. (BP) -- Jim Burton has been a professional storyteller for 43 years, Even now, ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, isn't keeping him from writing.
Author Peters Enns says the Bible doesn't work well as an owner’s manual that lays out for us what to do or think at every turn. It is holding out to us the invitation to accept the sacred responsibility going forward and working things out.
CHICAGO (RNS) — At his appearance in late October at the American Writers Museum in Chicago, best-selling author, newspaper columnist and social media maven John Scalzi tossed a 10-sided die to determine what he would speak about that evening. Sometimes it's explaining the meaning of life.
(RNS) — From the outside, it seemed like Lysa TerKeurst had it all, founding a successful Christian nonprofit, a popular speaker and author.
Then, about two years