The cover story for Faithfully Magazine No. 2 is titled "WHITENESS IS CRIPPLING THE CHURCH"—written by founder Nicola A. Menzie and edited by Katelyn Beaty.
A federal judge ruled Thursday that the 114 Iraqi immigrants arrested this month by Immigration and Customs Enforcement can stay in the U.S. for at least two more weeks .
It has been 50 years since the first automated cash dispenser–which came to be known as an automated teller machine (ATM)–was inaugurated in London.
The Senate healthcare bill to replace the Affordable Care Act would likely cause millions of Americans to lose their Medicaid and private insurance marketplace coverage.
The history of slavery provides vital context to contemporary conversations and counters the distorted facts, internet hoaxes and poor scholarship I caution my students against.
A roundup of Iraqi Christians by immigration officials has been met with criticism toward Trump, who previously pledged to protect such communities from persecution in the Middle East.
There is no way to call for the mass genocide of thousands or millions of people without going entirely against the core of what a Christian claims to believe.
Linda Livingstone, Baylor University's first female president, discusses her role at the Texas Christian school and how she plans to dig it out of ongoing controversy over its failure handling sex assault allegations.
The Loving v. Virginia case ended the last of the country’s state laws banning interracial marriage, described in oral arguments as "the most odious of the segregation laws and the slavery laws."
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