Israel’s cabinet has approved funding to develop a settlement in the Golan Heights named after U.S. President Donald Trump as a show of “gratitude” for Trump’s recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over the territory last year.
Popular Christian singer and YouTube star Jamie Grace has been very vocal about her various encounters with racism while Americans across the nation protest racial injustice. Most recently, she shared her experiences of racism in the church.
Two dozen evangelical scholars have released a joint statement condemning racism as “contrary to the evangelical Gospel” and acknowledging the realities of racism that existed throughout evangelical history.
Here are five reactions by conservative Christian leaders and organizations to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling saying federal law bans LGBT employment discrimination. They include concerns for religious liberty and objections to “judicial activism.”
Televangelist Rod Parsley, who leads the Columbus, Ohio-based World Harvest Church, has come under fire for a recent message he shared on social media in which he urged people not to hate America’s slaveholding founding fathers as a national conversation rages around the removal of confederate monuments.
A black Virginia pastor, who said he was forced to brandish his gun to scare off five white individuals who allegedly verbally and physically attacked him when he tried to prevent them from dumping on his property, said he was arrested after he called 911 for help on June 1.
National Collegiate Athletic Association officials will weigh a decision to move the 2021 men's basketball tournament games scheduled to be played in Idaho because the state recently passed a bill banning trans-identified males from competing in women's sports.
A plurality of evangelical Christian voters does not believe that President Donald Trump is “religious” and is in agreement with over half of all registered American voters despite the president’s attempts to appeal to people of faith, a new survey suggests.
Two weeks after he was accused of liking racially insensitive posts on social media, Pastor Chris Hodges of Church of the Highlands in Alabama told his congregation Sunday that he has cried “buckets” since then and is now a changed man since the controversy erupted.
The United Nations is urging nations around the world to ban what opponents call “conversion therapy,” which involves therapy for those struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction and gender confusion, saying it can amount to “torture” and “cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.”
A new study suggests there has been “substantial reductions in overtly creationist instruction” in United States public high schools in the last 12 years while there’s been a spike in the time teachers “devote to human evolution and general evolutionary processes.”
Hundreds of people gathered in Boston on Sunday afternoon for a prayer event that former New England Patriot Ben Watson helped organize to encourage the community to seek the biblical values of kindness, justice and righteousness as they deal with the sin of racism.
Optimism is beginning to return to evangelical churches and organizations in the U.S. as a majority of them saw cash donations growing or remaining the same during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in April compared with the same month last year, according to a survey.
A new book consisting of essays by 30 evangelical Christians of different political and professional stripes is calling on white evangelicals to rethink their support for President Donald Trump in 2020 and warns the president is damaging the broader culture’s perception of evangelical Christianity.
In a new wave of protests, Atlantans on Saturday hit the streets, blocked traffic and set fire to a Wendy’s restaurant, the site where a 27-year-old black man was shot and killed in a struggle with the police following a field sobriety test, according to reports.
Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear has urged that the denomination to stop opening its annual meetings with a gavel that carries the name of John Broadus, a 19th-century Southern Baptist leader who was a slaveholder.
An Anglican scholar is warning that amid ongoing political developments related to racial injustice in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, Christians are embracing a compromised Gospel as it relates to race.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, June 14-20, in Church history. They include the death of G.K. Chesterton, Pope Pius IX becoming head of the Roman Catholic Church, and a female English Protestant preacher being found guilty of heresy.