Most Americans want more religious meaning to the Christmas season. For about one-third, that includes the way seasonal greetings are expressed.
By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Reflections: A GC2 Summit on Responding to Sexual Harassment, Abuse and Violence is a one-day evangelical gathering Dec. 13 hosted by the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College.
By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
For creator Harry Lennix, the new movie Revival!—a retelling of the Gospel of John with a mostly black cast—is a film whose time has come.
By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
The Genesis account of creation describes God working six days to create everything and then resting on the seventh, but about one-fourth of American Protestant churchgoers aren’t sold on following his example.
On display on the ground floor of the Museum of the Bible there is a lone volume that stands out from the many versions shown in the building devoted to the holy book.
Most Protestant churchgoers say the Bible teaches against drunkenness, but that doesn’t stop about four in 10 from taking a drink now and then.
By Carol Pipes / LifeWay Christian Resources
Bulgarian Baptists participated in a peaceful protest and Baptist World Alliance leaders appealed to Bulgaria’s prime minister after the nation’s parliament gave initial approval to a law significantly restricting religious freedom.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Ricky Skaggs—a new inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame—believes God wants to be intimately involved in life’s details.
By Laura Erlanson / Baptist Press
Politics is important for most evangelicals, but not so important that they question the faith of those who vote differently from them.
Eugene Peterson, the best-selling author of “The Message” paraphrase of Scripture and longtime pastor, died Oct. 22 at age 85.
Eugene Peterson, the bestselling author of “The Message” paraphrase of the Bible and longtime pastor praised as a “shepherd’s shepherd,” is moving into hospice and receiving palliative medical care.
A study by the Pew Research Center found that while black men are less religious than black women, they are more religious than white women and white men.