The hashtag #ThingsOnlyChristianWomenHear offers a disturbing account of how evangelical Christianity sees women.They're not considered leaders, but background broodmares who are only as good as the husbands they support, the children they pop out, and the words they don't say.
It's uncanny how conservative evangelicals keep picking skeevy perverts as their leaders. Trump got bigly support from the evangelical movement, who were not in the least bit concerned with his videotaped bragging of sexual assaults, nor by the testimony from all the women who came forward to confirm it happened. Show More Summary
Reports that Kenneth Copeland threatened Trump opponents with gay children were actually hoax news.
Join Drs Richardson and Stetzer for the Billy Graham Center's first webinar. You know, the more I talk with pastors and leaders, the more I continue to see the need for evangelism resources to equip all levels of the Church—from senior pastors through lay Christians. Show More Summary
Elesha Coffman The recent Christianity Today story "Evangelical Leaders Challenge Trump's 'America First' Budget" immediately made me think of three things.One, so much for "compassionate conservatism," a phrase popularized by President George W. Show More Summary
Aid organizations worry severe cuts to foreign aid will reverse progress at reducing poverty. The leaders of America’s top evangelical aid groups and denominations urged Congress to reject proposed cuts to foreign assistance in a letter...Show More Summary
This morning, more than a hundred Christian leaders sent a letter to Capitol Hill urging our leaders in Congress to protect the international affairs budget. The signers—representing the Catholic and evangelical communities—include national leaders, pastors, heads of faith organizations, recording artists, and authors. Show More Summary
The backlash against the conservative evangelical leader reveals deep tensions in his denomination.
Peter Montgomery reports at Right Wing Watch: Dominionist Lou Engle, known for organizing large prayer rallies under the banner of “The Call,” is sounding an “urgent call” for a three-day fast to break the “unprecedented global summons...Show More Summary
Spreading the word of Jesus while the world is on fire doesn't make anything better for the rest of us.
In early 2016, few evangelical leaders were on Team Trump, as they had Ted Cruz and other conservative Christians to choose from in a crowded Republican presidential field. After Donald Trump embarrassed his GOP competition and became the party’s nominee, prominent evangelicals began changing their...
Between Betsy DeVos and Jeff Sessions, the Trump presidency is a paradise for the Christian Right. In early 2016, few evangelical leaders were on Team Trump, as they had Ted Cruz and other conservative Christians to choose from in a crowded Republican presidential field. Show More Summary
What happens when an evangelical Christian leader's son turns out to be an atheist? Tony and Bart Campolo have written a book discussing their differences -- and how they refuse to let their beliefs get in the way of their love for each other.
Leaders have the capacity to affect great changes in their communities. This past January, I taught a class called “Missional Movements and Evangelism” at Wheaton College. One of the students in the class was Josh Fenska, who pastors Redeemer Community Church in Aurora, Illinois. Show More Summary
By excusing Donald Trump’s behavior, some evangelical leaders enabled the internet provocateur’s ascent.
Cairo bishop resists efforts to deny his church independence. Egypt’s top Anglican leader is accusing its top evangelical leader of attempting a “hostile takeover” to prevent Egyptian Anglicans from achieving state recognition as anShow More Summary
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: The Southern Evangelical Seminary’s Richard Land, who spent the last eight years relentlessly attacking the Obama administration and vowing to defy the president, is now voicing his deep concerns about those who dare to oppose President Trump’s agenda. Show More Summary
Regardless of court fight’s final outcome, fewer persecuted Christians will make it to America under president's plan. More than 500 conservative evangelical pastors and leaders representing all 50 states are urging President DonaldShow More Summary
Last month, evangelical leaders wrote a letter to President Donald Trump telling him they were "troubled" by his executive order banning refugees and asked him to reconsider. The letter was signed by 100 prominent Christian leaders and organizations. Show More Summary
More than 500 evangelical leaders and pastors from every state in the country have signed a letter denouncing President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. The letter, which appeared as a full-page ad in Wednesday’s Washington Post, points to the role that local churches have played in helping refugees resettle in the United States. Show More Summary