Nicholas Sparks says faith in God influences his life, books, and even his 11th feature film, “The Choice.”
Russell Moore has received much attention as head of Southern Baptists’ political arm. But some denominational leaders are criticizing his job performance.
Do Christian voters like Donald Trump because he’s “manly?” And just what does that word mean anyway?
Dean Parker is a “born-again Christian” who has served as Ben Carson’s finance chairman. He resigned today amid reports that he had run an excessive campaign of “big spending.”
Rubio says he tries to let his faith in Jesus “influence me in everything that I do.” Is this message too little, too late for religious voters in Iowa?
Wheaton students and faculty often brag that they are the “Harvard of evangelicalism.” Now the school must decide to what extent that is true.
This long-standing conflict has created many tragedies, and someone running for president should recognize all of them.
The president of America’s largest Christian colleges urges students to acquire open carry permits. Christian author Shane Claiborne asks, “Are we worshipping the same Jesus?”
Leaders will debate what should be done after the California shooting, but something must be done. Action without prayer is merely activism, and prayer without action is useless piety.