A question hovers over "traditional" evangelicals such as me, wistful for the pre-1980 era when the term defined a solid theological position divorced from politics: What to do? Should we hunt for a different label? Maybe so.
We want to have heroes, and we want to remember the good times, but the times our Bible discusses were not idyllic, not even really good.
“If you can’t congratulate the couple, how can you attend?” Rev. Albert Mohler writes in his new book.
Christians have sinned against gays by "reducing a massive human struggle to simplistic explanations," said Albert Mohler.
The North Carolina clergy disagree. An unusual lawsuit in North Carolina is shifting the conversation about religious freedom
This "crisis in the chaplaincy" is a self-inflicted wound caused by those who want special rights for service members and chaplains who share their particular conservative religious beliefs.
The Gospel of Judas has been reexamined and again found to be authentic. By analyzing the unique ink used and how that ink interacted with the ancient papyrus, scientists concluded anew that the document is genuine.
Mohler is no Osama bin Laden but clearly there is a place where Mohler's Christian fundamentalism and the Islamic fundamentalism of the late bin Laden find common ground.
Evangelicals have to move our focus away from right wing politics and begin focusing on mission. When I say mission, I don't mean saving souls so much as pursuing the kingdom of God.
Whenever I read yet another article, essay, book, or blog on the Bible and homosexuality, I feel exactly the same way as Murray's character did, caught in an endlessly repeating loop of Bible bashing. This cycle must end, now.