We evangelicals need to get beyond what we believe and pay attention to how we believe.
The estranged evangelical pastor on his critics, the Bible, and giving Jesus a fresh hearing.
Attendance is still high, but people worship less often and Gen-Xers are drifting away.
Rev. Albert Mohler says faithful Christians can’t recognize or celebrate what they don’t think is marriage.
Complementarianism and egalitarianism fail to ask the right question: What does it mean to be human?
The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
Do you bear any un-Christlike misunderstandings of God?
It isn’t as simple as telling transgender people to follow their natural design. Here’s why.
Leaders of faith-based nonprofits say that faith and foreign aid can’t be separated.
Despite the misconceptions, progressive evangelicals do take the Bible seriously — and love Jesus.
Let’s address some widespread misconceptions about what it means to be an evangelical.
Perhaps evangelicals will fully embrace the idea of the church itself as the default family for God’s people.
How Billy Graham’s son transformed a complicated debate about pluralism into a culture war.
Why a clear majority of white evangelical Protestants supported the U.S. torture regime.
A recent skirmish over a Muslim service at the National Cathedral raises questions about sacred space.
Will the least religious generation in decades also have the country’s most stable marriages?
The former megachurch pastor exchanged his evangelical bona fides for the blessing of Oprah.
A reporter offers his insights on a religious movement everyone talks about but few understand.
The church needs to retrieve and re-communicate the vintage faith for a new generation losing the plot.