When a sermon hides within a prayer, Mark Wingfield believes “it demonstrates a lack of thoughtfulness about the role of prayer in worship and denies the congregation a voice in prayer.”
By Mark Wingfield / Baptist News Global
Karl Vaters believes the church should become more digital but never at the expense of being a flesh-and-blood community of faith.
By Karl Vaters / Christianity Today
In a blunt interview, Jonathan Merritt interviews Baylor sociologist Rodney Stark on “the definition of religion, the nature of atheism and the benefit of heresy.”
By Jonathan Merritt / Religion News Service
For The Week, Damon Linker questions whether the rise of “spiritual but not religious” people necessarily means the fall of the religious right.
By Damon Linker / The Week
Kevin Kim Wright calls for church leaders to emulate Amazon’s “innovative and adaptive” methods to better face today’s cultural shifts and changing demographics.
By Kevin Kim Wright / Faith & Leadership
A director and a member of the Heritage Foundation assert that businesses should not have to comply with local government non-discrimination policies if they go against their religious beliefs.
By Emilie Kao and Laura Cermak / Religion News Service
Jonathan Merritt argues that the LGBT-directed Nashville Statement, created by the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, fails to make its case.
When disaster strikes, the church ought to be the first to assume good faith.
By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
Ed Stetzer wonders about “Christians joining in on spreading the false narrative” of Joel Osteen’s actions with regard to Lakewood Church in the wake of Hurricane Harvey,
By Ed Stetzer
Martin Luther King Jr. had it right when he said that 11 a.m. on Sunday morning is the most segregated hour in America.
By Scott Collins / Buckner International
Hurricane Harvey and the Houston floods remind Houstonian Beth Moore why she loves her hometown. (Article by Beth Moore for Christianity Today)
By Beth Moore
Evangelical Trump advisor Johnnie Moore: “You only make a difference if you have a seat at the table.”
By Johnnie Moore