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Archaeologists Uncover First-Known Depictions of Jael and Deborah
Archaeologists Uncover First-Known Depictions of Jael and Deborah
The ancient mosaics, identified by the biblical heroine’s telltale tent stake, were discovered during a synagogue excavation in Galilee.
Search Firm: No Systemic Abuse at Saddleback Successor’s Former Church
Search Firm: No Systemic Abuse at Saddleback Successor’s Former Church
Elders stand by incoming pastor Andy Wood after follow-up review.
When Can a Ministry Count as a Church?
When Can a Ministry Count as a Church?
In the case of the Family Research Council, it depends on if you ask the IRS or the US Religion Census.
Evangelical Covenant Church’s First Female President Likes a Challenge
Evangelical Covenant Church’s First Female President Likes a Challenge
Tammy Swanson-Draheim speaks to CT about the mission ahead for the diverse denomination.
The British Are Coming: UK Takes Religious Freedom Torch from US
The British Are Coming: UK Takes Religious Freedom Torch from US
London ministerial and DC summit highlight trans-Atlantic commitment by governments and NGOs to freedom of religion or belief.
Native American Pastor Leads Southern Baptists to Decry Forced Conversions
Southern Baptists Decry Forced Conversions
“Burdened and broken” by the federal investigation into Indian boarding schools, Mike Keahbone drafted the denomination’s first resolution in support of native peoples.
The Surge in Arab Seminary Studies
The Surge in Arab Seminary Studies
Unlike many American counterparts, evangelical institutions in Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine enjoy an influx of students as they serve beyond their ivory towers.
Lawsuit Alleges Billionaire’s Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing
Lawsuit Alleges Christian Foundation Engaged in Self-Dealing
A former director of Bill Hwang’s investment firm, seeking millions in compensation, said Grace and Mercy was used as a financial “escape pod.”
Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?
Could Roe’s Reversal Slow Global Trends to Legalize Abortion?
Evangelical advocates abroad hold out hope that America’s shift on abortion sets a new standard.
New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University Campus
New York Shuts Down Embattled Olivet University Campus
In addition to the 2020 money laundering case, the Christian college founded by David Jang is the subject of dozens of lawsuits.
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