The National Association of Evangelicals has released a statement that changes – somewhat – its formerly pro-death-sentence stance, recognizing that many of the millions of members of “more than 45,000 local churches from nearly 40 different denominations”* it represents are still in favor of it while at the same time recognizing that the justice system […]
Day: October 20, 2015
Rabbi Arthur Waskow reflects on whether it is appropriate for Jewish authorities to call Pope Francis and the Roman Catholic Church out over the inequality of women in the church
Ebenezer Lutheran held its services outside on Sunday after overnight arson damaged the church.
“A moral crisis of this magnitude calls each and all of us to play our parts. “
“This church is my most special building in Berea,” Martin said.
God knows our frailty, our shaky mix of fear and faith. And that’s as it should be. It is the human condition. Our faith is not a destination. It is a journey. And the journey is fraught with detours and potholes.