The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
President Obama’s new executive actions to change immigration policy imperil the growing, widespread agreement on reform, said the Southern Baptist […]
Out-of-state Planned Parenthood groups are pressing Tennesseans to reject limitations on abortion — more than $1.3 million in pressure in […]
China’s newly announced switch to a two-child population control policy does not resolve the coercive nature of the program, pro-life […]
The premiere on America’s public television stations of a documentary about late-term abortion doctors has prompted concerns and criticisms from […]
The Southern Baptist Convention’s lead ethicist has commended President Obama’s authorization of targeted airstrikes and humanitarian aid to assist members […]
Southern Baptist leaders recognized something when they toured federal government facilities for children who have fled to the United States […]
A diverse coalition of church and synagogue leaders has penned a letter to congressional leaders asking them to renew support […]
Members of two families who are standing heroically for the Christian faith received awards from the Ethics & Religious Liberty […]
American Christians’ recognition of the threat to religious freedom means they not only may be persecuted but they may be […]
Registration opened June 1 for “The Gospel, Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage,” a national conference Oct. 27-29 sponsored by […]
The Southern Baptist Convention’s lead religious freedom advocate has called on Secretary of State John Kerry to condemn the death […]
Evangelicals in post-Christian America must seek to persuade those who disagree with them to recognize the importance of human life, […]
A government that criminalizes homosexual behavior “has overstepped its bounds drastically and unjustly,” say two leading Southern Baptist ethicists.
Same-sex marriage’s dominance is growing rapidly even in surprising places, so much so that churches that refuse to endorse such unions soon will be considered bigoted, Russell D. Moore has told Baptist state leaders.