Since writing about the politician who denied a female reporter access to his campaign over the Billy Graham Rule, I've seen interesting reactions.
A Mississippi gubernatorial candidate denied a female reporter's request to shadow his campaign over something informally known as the "Billy Graham Rule."
I'm neither a psychiatrist nor do I play one on television. But I'm fascinated by the patterns found in the typical Christian argument.
My theology received a compliment the other night when I spent time with a pastor who is in the process of starting a new church in my area.
For most churches, being baptized is a critical step. When I was a kid, the fact that I hadn't been by the time I was in grade school raised eyebrows.
Just in time for 'Pride Month,' a Kentucky pastor has come under fire after he said the government should execute LGBTQ people.
A pastor's recent editorial claims we have witnessed the 'destruction' of the institution of marriage between a man and a woman.
A same-sex wedding between two rats on the 'Arthur' Cartoon series on PBS had one prominent minister fired up about the plotline.
Rachel Held Evans, who died on May 4 at age 37, was a well-known figure in Progressive Christianity, but a name I'd only begun to recognize.
Why would a Christian athlete apologize for an Easter post on social media that thanked Jesus Christ for His sacrifice on the cross?
A church in Ohio apologized for an 'inappropriate' Easter lesson to the church's youth group during an after-school activity.
Three historically black Louisiana churches are receiving huge donations in the wake of the fire that destroyed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
In a speech on LGBTQ rights, Democratic presidential hopeful and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg had a message for the Mike Pences of the world.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints surprised some this week by rescinding a baptism ban for children who belong to same-sex couples.