As most Christians would know, an important tenet of Christian theology is that Jesus was born of a virgin mother.
For many Christians, being spiritual but not religious is an attempt to break away from severe sectarianism that has plagued their faith walk for years.
Jesus existed. We have historical documents proving this. Most mainstream historians won’t argue the existence of a man named Jesus who people kept calling the Christ.
I was puzzlingly enthused, encouraged and perplexed by Dr. John Piper’s response to Lecrae’s recent interview on "Truth’s Table" about the rapper's distancing from White Evangelicalism.
In a recent interview with the podcast "Truth’s Table," Lecrae signaled what he called a "divorce from White Evangelicalism." John Piper responded that he is thankful for Lecrae’s resilient faith as fruit from that rift.
It is past time for another sort of Protestant Reformation, one in which Christians of all colors contend together for justice and God-given dignity.
It is true that many religious traditions, including Judaism and Christianity, have seen natural disasters as divine punishment. But, as a scholar of religion, I would argue that things aren’t that simple.
Christian leaders across Cuba say, despite some tensions, the island is booming with Evangelicals professing faith in Jesus Christ.