Franklin Graham thinks Putin's anti-gay stand gives Russia a moral leg up on the U.S. Gay activists upset over Ezra Klein hiring gay Liberty U grad who's not too gay-friendly. Confused? There's also Tolkien on sex, and the "voice of God" has died.
Center For American Progress 14 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2014 Center For American Progress William Barber II, president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP, is an ordained Disciples of Christ minister and core leader of the Moral Mondays...
“We at PFMEP believe it is absolutely essential that the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board act immediately, and direct the PMA to cease distribution of this deeply troubling document,” the group concluded.
Steven Wirth has joined the Presbyterian Foundation as Ministry Relations Officer (Steven Wirth has joined the Presbyterian Foundation as Ministry Relations Officer http://t.co/4RfEkUdzyW Presbyterian...
Catholics celebrate Pope Francis' one-year anniversary. A South Carolina pastor warns Christians not to participate in the Hindu holiday, Holi. A North Carolina church stations a "Homeless Jesus" sculpture on its lawn.
Earlier today, Office of Public Witness Director, J. Herbert Nelson, published an editorial, Discrimination in the Name of Jesus: How “religious liberty” is becoming Discrimination by Another Name, that he co-authored with the Reverend James C.
2013 International Women’s Day march Last year, along with my mom, eldest daughter and her friend, had the privilege of attending the 57th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in New York City.
“Leave safety behind. Put your body on the line. Stand before the people you fear and speak your mind–even if your voice shakes. When you least expect it, someone may actually listen to what you have to say.
Part of My Report to the COTE Feb. 25th March 12, 2014 With the COTE chair, Kathy Wolf Reed, giving birth to her second child only a few days ago, I prayed for since the beginning of February that the delivery would be smooth, swift,...
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Southerners are evenly divided about the freedom to marry, a new study from the Public Religion Research Institute reveals, with 48% in favor of same-gender marriage and 48% who oppose (Compare: Northeast – 60%, West – 58%, Midwest – 51%).
Rev. Thomas Ogletree, an 80-year-old Methodist minister, was going to face a church trial this week for presiding over the marriage of his son, Thomas, to Nicholas Haddad in October of 2012. Instead, on Monday, March 10th, New York area bishop Martin D. McLee dismissed the charges unconditionally, rocking the Methodist church.