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‘An Apocalypse’: Probe Into Southern Baptist Sex Abuse Turns Up ‘Bombshell’ Findings

‘An Apocalypse’: Probe Into Southern Baptist Sex Abuse Turns Up ‘Bombshell’ Findings

“It is an apocalypse,” declares Russell Moore, former president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. It is “far worse” than anything Ed Litton, the 13.7 million-member denomination’s president, had anticipated, report the New York Times’ Ruth Graham and Elizabeth Dias. It

Study finds 37% of pastors have biblical worldview: Spiritual awakening ‘needed in our pulpits’

Study finds 37% of pastors have biblical worldview: Spiritual awakening ‘needed in our pulpits’

A new study from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University has found that just 37% of Christian pastors in the United States have a biblical worldview, demonstrating that spiritual awakening is “needed just as desperately in our pulpits as in the pews,” according

Polish Catholic archbishop to Russian Orthodox leader: Please ask Putin to stop Ukraine war

Polish Catholic archbishop to Russian Orthodox leader: Please ask Putin to stop Ukraine war

The president of Poland’s Catholic bishops’ conference has urged the head of the Russian Orthodox Church to ask President Vladimir Putin to stop the war in Ukraine. In a strongly worded letter dated March 2, Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki told Patriarch Kirill of Moscow that Putin could “stop

‘Who trespass against us’ — For Ukrainian Catholics, ‘Forgiveness Sunday’ comes during Russian invasion

‘Who trespass against us’ — For Ukrainian Catholics, ‘Forgiveness Sunday’ comes during Russian invasion

Before Lent begins, many Orthodox Christians and Eastern Catholics celebrate “Forgiveness Sunday” — an observance in which believers seek God’s mercy, and aim to forgive those who have wronged them. For Ukrainian Greek Catholic parishes, “Forgiveness Sunday” could hardly have come at a more difficult