Grace Chapel’s decision to allow female elders is part of a shift in evangelicalism toward fuller inclusion of women.
The evangelical leader could revitalize Asian American Christianity — if only he would own his ethnic identity.
You have to learn to listen to other people’s stories as if your salvation depended on it.
According to one sociologist, evangelical men who wait struggle to talk about sex inside of marriage.
Why I’m grateful that I grew up believing the world was about to end.
Millennial Christians are developing views of Israel that are distinct from their parents’ pro-Israel perspective. Here’s why.
It’s easy to manipulate divisions within Christianity to benefit a career. It’s harder — and far better — to foster thoughtful conversations.
Do Christian organizations need to be exempt from anti-discrimination policies?
New Republican outreach website unabashedly seeks to re-engage its evangelical base in preparation for the upcoming midterms.
In the showdown over Obamacare, the core legal question is whether a private company has religious rights.
Frank Schaeffer’s new book embraces the fuzziness and confusion of being an atheist who believes in God.
Our data-driven conversation about religion obscures more than it reveals about the nature of belief and non-belief.
In an era of delayed marriage and open sexuality, how does advice to “wait until marriage” still make sense?
Sex crimes and hookup culture are widespread problems at American universities — with the exception of evangelical campuses.
I’ve lost my faith. Do I have to lose my heritage, too?
The all-or-nothing approach to the Bible used by skeptics and fundamentalists alike is flawed.
A journalist and longtime observer of American religious culture offers some advice to his evangelical friends.
The story behind the Catholic approach to Scripture.
Why “welcome and wanted” is a biblical response to gay and lesbian couples in evangelical churches.