The Christians who are being driven out of Iraq are taking with them a unique theological concept that could help heal the suffering country.
Usually a time of joy, the first day of Eid al-Fitr has been marked by mourning for the lost lives in Gaza.
Seeking forgiveness for the decades of persecution of Italian Pentecostals, Pope Francis met with Evangelicals from the U.S., Argentina, and Italy.
An analysis of Israeli society reveals a country embracing individual freedom, equality, and unity.
Even when carried out swiftly, the death penalty is an archaic and barbaric practice.
Rabbi David Saperstein, named the most influential rabbi in America in 2009, will head the Office of International Religious Freedom.
For many thought leaders, Twitter is not a good look.
People tend to be jerks online. So what can Christians do about it?
Thanks to horrible Christian comments online, I realized there’s a big difference between being Christian and following Jesus.
Online harassment is real, and it’s time to do something about it.
It’s easy to manipulate divisions within Christianity to benefit a career. It’s harder — and far better — to foster thoughtful conversations.
All the hand-wringing stories about young adults leaving religion overlooks the vibrancy and growth of multiethnic churches.
Always a bridesmaid, never a bride. Or a groom. Or, okay, even a bridesmaid. Why are we waiting to tie the knot?
The statistics are in: millennials are leaving the church. And nobody seems quite sure what to do about it.
Christian Millennials need to get over themselves.
FIBA has a chance to create a culture of unity and diversity — but it has to make the right call on letting players wear turbans.