Christianity Today: Dirk Obbink has lost a federal lawsuit over the fraudulent sale of Gospel fragments.
Religion News Service: ‘It is embarrassing to many of us that in the church where we worship, there are no United States African American saints recognized by the highest church authorities.’
Literary Hub: Should “Christian fiction” be welcomed into the mainstream? A non-religious reader of the genre makes the case.
The Conversation: Figuring out whether to celebrate holidays, and how, is tricky for lots of interfaith families – but thoughtful communication makes a difference.
Sojourners: Mary comes from a tradition of faithful people in the Bible who honestly question God.
Religion News Service: Just 63% of Americans self-identified as Christian this year, a marked drop from 75% a decade ago.
Pew Research Center: About three-in-ten U.S. adults are now religiously unaffiliated
Associated Press: What’s your religion? In U.S., a common reply now is “None”
The New York Times: In his complaint, a former employee says the Tennessee radio broadcaster, an evangelical Christian who has built a personal finance empire, violated his religious rights.
Religion News Service: Christian finance expert Dave Ramsey sued for religious discrimination
The Conversation: Years after the Sandy Hook massacre, school shootings are still frequent. Addressing the problem head-on takes more than ‘thoughts and prayers.’
CNN: After a tornado demolished a candle factory in western Kentucky Friday night, the Rev. Stephen Boyken climbed the rubble and heard someone beneath call out.
The Christian Century: I followed COP26 from a distance. Other Christians showed up in Glasgow and asked God to intervene.