Have the recent cases of high-profile pastors lifting others’ material made pulpit plagiarism a more forgivable sin?
Leaders call for a commitment to evangelism as the denomination loses members and baptizes fewer people.
The great Christian moralist and cool, ironic former U.S. president have more in common than you’d think.
As a female preacher, I have firsthand experience of the way religion can discriminate against women. But religion is not the problem.
Although almost every sermon in my childhood church centered on sin, the word has vanished in the years since.
It’s our corrupt motives that mark us as sinners, not the sins we commit.
Sure, this is the pope who said, “Who am I to judge?” But Pope Francis’s mission has been to live out a theology of sin.
Love the sinner, hate the sin? That doesn’t work for atheists. But even we can make sense of sin.
During the season of Lent, Christians are reminded of their sin. That makes it the most wonderful time of the year.
The Qur’an talks about how Satan works — whispering in our hearts so that these sins seem fair, or even essential, to us.