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
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- The U.S. Supreme Court declined Jan. 17 to reconsider a lower court’s decision barring a North Carolina county from invoking prayers in Jesus’ name at twice-a-month meetings of its main governing body.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – Church-state observers expressed surprise at the Supreme Court’s Dec. 5 refusal to hear an appeal of a ruling that New York City has the right to bar the use of public school buildings for worship when school is not in session.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) – The Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention is ready to consider revisions to working agreements that will allow the International Mission Board to work directly with internationals living in the United States.
It’s the right time to bring forward a book that raises Bonhoeffer’s questions of conscience in light of the world’s complicated issues at the turn of the millennium.
(ABP) -- Serene manger scenes and Magi represent the extent of most American Christians’ understanding of Bethlehem. But EGM Films’ powerful new documentary, Little
Arthur Simon tells the story of Bread for the World, a "citizen's outcry against hunger," as the ultimate insider. He was Bread's founder, its first president from 1974 until his retirement in 1991 and after that its president emeritus.
Nicolas Cage's character carries the burden of "Knowing" ahead of time when people are going to die. (Ezekiel Films)
(ABP) -- Do our lives have a purpose, or are we products of random chance?
Baptist divinity school professor Stephen Harmon characterizes U2's new album, No Line on the Horizon, as "the most thoroughly Christian thing they’ve done yet.”
The Missouri Supreme Court will not review a case in the three-year battle between the Missouri Baptist Convention and five related institutions.On Aug. 16, attorneys for the Baptist Home, Missouri Baptist Foundation, Word&Way, Windermere Baptist Conference Center and Missouri Baptist University petitioned the high court