Although it is commonplace today for Christians to create organizations that tackle social problems, that approach was an innovation in the American Protestant church, says one of the nation’s top church historians.
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The narrative of decline in the mainline church underestimates the continuing influence of its members, says a religion researcher.
Recent studies confirm that Protestant values are no longer embedded in the culture, says the president of Fuller Theological Seminary. And that has profound implications for how we understand the church and its ministries.
As a brutal campaign season comes to an end, it’s important to recommit ourselves to do justice and to love kindness -- and perhaps to remember the good that government can do.
Religion should be part of our political and legal conversation, says a law and religion scholar. Yes, it can make politics and lawmaking more complicated and contested, but also more realistic.
A group of pastors is asking churches to celebrate communion on Election Day to send the message that the church is a radical alternative to the power structures of our world.
All Christians should care about the built environment, the buildings where people live, work, pray and gather, says a noted architect. It is part of our duty as stewards of creation.
Do we have to choose between highbrow and lowbrow when promoting the life and mission of the church?