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A importância do discipulado cristão na época das eleições.
In a contentious election taking days to call, the Catholic candidate's faith outreach paid off in swing states. Trump has pledged to challenge in court.
In other states, voters approve “stand your ground” in churches and legalize marijuana.
How we can learn from the impact of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election on politically divided relationships.
Religion and politics researcher Ryan P. Burge suggests how to make sense of the barrage of polls and results.
The reason we're divided, and how we can come together.
Don't let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.
Can a follower of Christ claim salvation through his crucifixion, but then consent to the suffering racial injustice imposes on others?
La pandemia no es excusa para descuidar el llamado de Dios a estudiar y aprender.
They're not apathetic. Convicted nonvoters think Christian citizenship calls for a different kind of engagement.
A historian asks whether a warped view of masculine authority has corrupted our faith and political witness.
Churches are re-opening, but not everyone is returning, according to LifeWay Research.
Concerns for racial justice must address disparities in education and school discipline.
Evangelicals are superb at the first task. To what extent do they embrace the second as well?
The trope of mother as superparent is a resounding rejection of grace.
Lo que los pastores pueden aprender de la disminución del número de asistentes a los servicios en línea.
Do Old Testament stories about kings' illnesses help us understand COVID-19 in the White House?
Leaders urge Americans to “put aside partisan politics” and pray in the spirit of 1 Timothy 2.
To be participate in God's love and healing amid racism, you must slow down and prayerfully ask yourself questions.
A brief introduction to the charismatic Catholics and People of Praise, in the news now due to Amy Coney Barrett's nomination.
Dozens of persecuted believers released on bail. But hundreds reportedly remain imprisoned in the “North Korea of Africa.”
With an abortion record opposite Ruth Bader Ginsburg's, Barrett has said her faith does not shape her decisions behind the bench.
White evangelicalism failed to lead and take action for racial reconciliation in America.
Legal experts cite religious freedom and free speech among the major issues for evangelicals in a post–Ruth Bader Ginsburg court.

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