One hundred days into his term of office, Donald Trump continues to do well in the opinion of white evangelical Protestants.
The Washington Post is reporting on how the fallout from Trump’s executive order is affecting church-run refugee resettlement programs. World…
This Epiphany, let’s practice looking up, looking for a star, and not just hanging our heads and hiding our eyes from what’s in front of us for fear of what’s going to happen in the next step or two that we take. Follow the star, keep the faith, and plunge ahead.
Historian Krisitn Du Mez offers an overview of the roots of evangelical hyper-masculinity and how that contributed to their overwhelming support of Trump.
Mired in continuing controversy over a cathedral choir’s participation in the presidential inauguration, Dean Hollerith offers a second statement claiming that the church has a role to model civility.
I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven…
Should Prayers of the People include the name of the President-elect?
We sold Millennials on an illusion and they have bit into it hook, line, and sinker. Not only that, but they have invested themselves into the multiculturalism we sold them. Millennials aren’t naïve and have been aware that preceding generations are not as progressive as them but I strongly believe that this election caught them off guard to the magnitude of how broken and shattered our communities are along racial lines. They grew up thinking their way of life was safe but now have had that illusion shattered by previous generations refusing to pass on the baton.
Last night in Greenville, MS a predominantly African-American church was set ablaze and the words “Vote Trump” spray painted on the side of the building
It is the very things that we struggle with which both wound and bless us.
The Officers and Board of the National Union of Black Episcopalians has affirmed the House of Bishops’ pastoral letter: “A Word to the Church” in a statement released yesterday
Long Island’s Bishop Provenzano joins his voice to those criticizing the choice to hold a Trump campaign rally near the spot where an immigrant was murdered in a racially motivated hate crime