(RNS) The group is fledgling and includes few prominent names, but it made itself known in June when bloggers successfully pressured Southern Baptist leaders to cancel a speech by Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson.
(RNS) The Rev. Warren Hall’s firing by the archbishop of Newark, N.J., added to growing concerns about the church’s treatment of gay people.
They are being held for suspected crimes including embezzlement, state media. One of their lawyers called it a “smear campaign” as part of the Chinese government’s efforts to obliterate signs of Christianity.
Both are powerful, fresh-faced religious leaders of massive conservative Christian bodies whose behaviors and statements excite, infuriate, and confuse both conservatives and progressives by turns. Are they paving the way for a future expression of faith that we’ve only begun to imagine?
Video footage released shows Hyeon Soo Lim, pastor of a Toronoto megachurch, confessing to a Pyongyang church congregation that he committed crimes against the state.
An imaginary strategy memo talks about how Hillary Clinton can reach religious voters in 2016.
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