On episode 84 of Dangerous Dogma, Terrell Carter, pastor of Webster Groves Baptist Church and executive director of Rise in St. Louis, talks about his new book Family Feuds: Forgotten Bible Rivalries and What the Church Can Relearn About Reconciliation.
In episode 56 of Dangerous Dogma, Terri Hord Owens, General Ministery and President of The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), talks about her experiences in leading a Mainline Protestant denomination today. She also discusses racism, COVID, and communion.
When taking into account religious affiliation, party affiliation, and social demographics, people who hear social justice-themed sermons in their places of worship are more likely than other Americans to engage in political activism, regardless of their race.
In early April, dozens of maskless churchgoers in northwest Oregon stood onstage singing and clapping inside a packed indoor venue for Easter Sunday service. The Peoples Church, which previously sued the state over coronavirus restrictions, hosted three similar indoor services that day, each lasting a
As Holy Week began this year, a Gallup Poll found that church membership in the United States had declined to less than half of the population for the first time. But it’s not the whole story, and there are realities behind Gallup’s numbers that deserve
U.S. Rep. Cori Bush introduced legislation Monday to grant permanent residency to Alex Garcia, a Honduran immigrant who has spent more than three years inside a Missouri church to avoid deportation.
After a weekend of Christmas services earlier this month at First Baptist Church in Hendersonville, North Carolina, at least 75 people contracted COVID-19. The church’s pastor, Steve Scoggins, just finished his tenure as president of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
It’s a story all-too familiar these days: Historic church building for sale. This time, it’s Calvary Baptist Church in Roanoke, Va., which has listed its 55,000-square-foot building, which sits on 1.68 acres in downtown Roanoke, at $1.95 million. The historic sanctuary was built in 1925
After a polarizing presidential election, Christian leaders are urging believers of all political convictions to find common ground in their faith. But some say there is a difference between unity and healing.
French-born Muslim, Elyazid Benferhat and a friend gathered a group of young Muslim men to stand guard outside their town's cathedral for the All Saints’ holiday weekend, to symbolically protect it and show solidarity with Catholic churchgoers.