FAITH COLUMN: The biggest challenge we have is to acknowledge that God is larger than we are
The death of a proponent of the prosperity gospel leads to reflection on how Christians deal with those whose beliefs are different.
FAITH COLUMN: A private business contends portions of federal health reform violate its freedom of religion
If for-profit corporations are “people” in the eyes of the law, will the next step be to permit discrimination on the basis of age, race, gender, sexual orientation and disability by corporations and companies who use the Bible as their reason?
FAITH COLUMN: Bible study is challenging and not always easy on the listener
I drove past a church whose name included the word “Bible,” a not uncommon adjective selected by congregations to identify themselves as serious believers. What does this appellation really mean, though? Isn’t every church supposed to be a Bible church?
FAITH COLUMN: You will be surprised at how quickly the service of worship flies without a watch
Paying attention to this list will improve worship exponentially. What would be on your worship checklist to bring or to leave at the house?
FAITH COLUMN: The annual challenge for giving has value to congregations
It is up to each religious organization to make its best case for voluntary giving.
FAITH COLUMN: Some try very hard in the latter days of their life to change their image
The ideal of the Christian life is to be unassuming in behavior, meek in spirit and gentle of heart, seeking not to be remembered at all.
Prince George, 3 months old and in line to become King of England and head of the Anglican Church, was baptized this week in London, England.
He is accused of a triple murder. He may have attended the funeral of his victims and offered condolences to the family. He owns a pawn shop. Sold a pawn shop to his victims. Buys and sells gold on the side. Lives in Kentucky. He is a Baptist pastor.
Christianity, barely breathing in Western Europe and struggling to remain vital in parts of this nation, is growing explosively in Africa.
A Quebec political party proposes to ban the wearing of religious symbols by government employees.