If you’re not satisfied with Jesus, don’t worry. You’ve got gospels galore in this pluralist, postmodern age. Take your pick.
By Eric Black
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
In light of the push to remove Confederate statutes, pastor James Hassell considers the problem of American racial tension.
By James Hassell
I am embarrassed that I have attended and worked at an institution that flew a flag representing systemic racism and I didn’t think to say something sooner.
By Meredith Stone
Bill O’Brien is the executive director of the Gaston Christian Center in Dallas. He shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Readers sound off on violent protests in Charlottesville, a Dallas pastor, President Trump and progressive churches.
As a young theology student, I forgot how lucky I was. I forgot that, given the chance, almost any member of my church would have switched places with me.
By Jake Raabe
The scene in Acts 4 of the early church gathered together and praying for one another is powerful. The church today needs to follow this example.
By Zac Harrel
Just prior to closing the door, I noticed it. “JESUS” was upside down.
By Barry Howard / Center for Healty Churches
Evangelical Christians have not lost their mind, but they have clearly lost their memory. A recent survey found only 2 percent of evangelical Christians indicated the Bill of Rights made America great.
By Curtis W. Freeman / Religion News Service