Since a 21-year-old gunman allegedly killed nine people in the Atlanta area in a reported attempt to remove sexual temptation from the world, both the secular and religious press have ...

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Christian colleges and other faith-based institutions are grappling with a question of history. How do you make good on continuing to operate on successes that your forerunners built on the ...

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“We ask God to guide our nation and grant the grace of a welcoming heart.” That’s the message the leadership of the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States used ...

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Christian ministers in Denmark as pushing back against a law that would require them to send translations of sermons delivered in languages other than Danish to the government. UG Christian ...

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Black Americans are more likely than Americans as a whole to attend church regularly, a new survey from the Pew Research Center reports. The survey found that Black people pray ...

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A group of Evangelical leaders has released an open letter denouncing the role of  Christian nationalism in the United States’ current political climate and urging faith leaders, “to engage pastorally ...

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After several Black congregations associated with the Southern Baptist Convention left the United States’ largest Protestant denomination in recent months following denouncements of Critical Race Theory (CRT) by denominational leaders, ...

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The Trump administration was marked by the ascendency of white evangelical political power. The Pew Research Center conducted a massive poll of 5,360 American adults to ascertain their expectations for ...

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At 30 years old, the the Rev. Reginald Sharpe Jr. is only the third pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church, which was founded by the late civil rights icon the Rev. ...

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Four years ago pastors were more confident that their congregations welcomed sermons about racial reconciliation. In 2016, 57 percent of pastors strongly agreed that their congregations would welcome such sermons. ...

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