Rev. Raphael Warnock, who was elected as Georgia’s first black U.S. senator a year ago, urged his colleagues in Congress Monday not to "dismember" the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. by opposing Democrat-backed voting rights legislation.
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A Christian politician in Finland who faces the possibility of six years in prison for sharing her deeply held biblical beliefs on sexuality and marriage says it’s “quite a privilege” to be interrogated for her religious beliefs.
Michael Todd of Transformation Church in Oklahoma became a trending topic on Twitter Sunday as a clip from his sermon showed him wiping globs of spit on a congregant's face.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most popular historical figures in the history of the United States and is one of the few to get a federal holiday named in his honor. But like many prominent public figures past and present, King has been the subject of various controversies related to claims about his beliefs and behaviors.
This quote from Martin Luther King Jr. has truly marked my life. As a young boy, I incurred all kinds of wounds related to racism. Because I grew up in a racially diverse family, I never fell comfortably into any one racial category in the eyes of others.
To the self-evident truth of all people having equal value, King added an equally timeless truth, that people "should not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
Death is something we all think about almost every day — some more than others. We should think deeply about death, but more importantly, the afterlife.
So, the world’s number-one ranked tennis player, in pursuit of another title that would have pushed him ahead of his revered colleagues Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, should be banned from playing in Australia lest his potential victory encourage others not to get vaccinated or wear a mask. Really?
It makes sense then, as comedian and magician Penn Jillette says: “Reading the Bible is the fast track to atheism.” But is this true that the Bible is not the “good book” and if you really read it, you will find things you never knew before and end up rejecting your faith?
I finally got a chance to watch the Calvinism vs. Molinism debate between Dr. James White and Dr. William Lane Craig where each tackled the problem of moral evil from their theological position. Moderated by Justin Brierley during his Unbelievable broadcast, the discussion was a good opportunity to hear points of view straight from the horse’s mouth on a difficult subject.
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The brother of a Pakistani Christian man granted bail last week after spending years in prison is pleading with Pope Francis and other international leaders to evacuate and grant his brother asylum in a Western country as concerns about his health and safety persist.
Country music star, TV personality and Army veteran Craig Morgan is now lending his voice to the anti-trafficking nonprofit Exodus Road — because as a man of faith, he wants to use all of his life experience to do good in the world.
People who are uncertain about their relationship with God are more likely to experience mental distress than other believers, a new analysis from researchers at Union University and Westmont College suggests.