Reformed theology is nothing new. So why do more African Americans seem to be adopting it now?
One of the largest Presbyterian churches in the country, located here in Houston, is voting this Sunday on whether or not to enter into a discussion of what its ultimate affiliation should be with its denomination the Presbyterian Church USA.
Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate forces businesses to cover abortion-inducing drugs for employees. It has sent several evangelical and Catholic business owners to court to fight for their religious liberty— with varying degrees of success
January 18, 2013 – From Louie Giglio’s withdrawal from the Inauguration Day prayer, to Hobby Lobby’s refusal to pay for health insurance that covers potentially abortion-inducing medicines, to President Obama’s newly decreed January 16 as “Religious Freedom Day,” the question of religious liberty and just how far it stretches and how much it covers is …
From its place in schools, to the public square, to peoples individual lives, the current and future role of the Bible in U.S. society is an often-debated topic. A new release from Barna Group shows how this debate plays out regionally and takes a look at how 96 of the largest cities in the nation …
In a culture of gangs and poverty, Brad Beier has met fatherless children, confused young men, and single moms just trying to make it.
Twenty-nine presbyteries have rejected the amendment, making it impossible to reach the two-thirds needed.
The 40th General Assembly adopted a new funding plan for the PCA’s Administrative Committee (AC). To better understand its provisions, the AC Staff have prepared a set of FAQs about the plan, which are presented here.
Seeking to highlight a phenomenon that has become so common that it’s often overlooked by clergy, a new analysis of data about children of divorce reveals that kids raised in happy, intact marriages are twice as likely to worship later in life than children whose parents divorce amicably.
The 15-year prison sentence given to a woman and her seven children by an Egyptian court for converting to Christianity is a sign of things to come, according to alarmed human rights advocates . . .
In the wake of Russia’s new law banning US adoptions, parents who have poured years of time and thousands of dollars into the adoption process now wait with baited breath to learn whether they can bring their children home.