Top Christian theologians offer their perspectives on recent debates about whether Christians should serve same-sex couples getting married. Their opinions surprisingly differ from many mainstream voices dominating the conversation.
Articles tagged “conservative”
RNS’ Jonathan Merritt uncovers a lesser known lecture by Martin Luther King, Jr. with implications for America’s current religious liberty debate.
Rodman’s antics are consistent with his eccentric past. But they are not diplomacy, and Christians shouldn’t support them.
The Republican-led government shutdown may have the unintended effect of driving more young Christians from the GOP.
Charles Spurgeon is revered among conservative Christians, but many don’t know he was politically liberal.
Evangelical mega-church pastor Joel Hunter has never been afraid of controversy. But his new environmental documentary seeks to sidestep scandal and opt instead for inspiration.
A network of conservatives opposed to the death penalty makes a debut at CPAC. Among them, Jay Sekulow ties his support to his Christian faith.
When news of Hugo Chavez’s death was first released, some people broke out their party hats. More than 200 patrons of El Arepazo, a Venezuelan restaurant outside of Miami, celebrated late into the night. Jim Treacher of The Daily Caller penned a column entitled, “Buh-Bye, Hugo Chavez,” saying, “The Vice President [of Venezuela] claims Chavez’s […]