Since it is hard to separate Black American history and Black Church history I am combining the two because they are so intertwined. Continue reading
I have been terribly grieved by some “Christian” responses to Josh Duggar, as if there are some sins God cannot forgive or some people that He cannot transform. Such an attitude betrays a fundamental lack of understanding of the gospel of grace and is actually a slap in the face of the Savior.
A black Detroit man testified in criminal court on Thursday against the white police officer charged with beating him during a traffic stop, a day after he reached a $1.4 million settlement in his civil lawsuit against the city of Inkster. Continue reading
Nigeria’s newly elected president, Muhammadu Buhari, promised during his campaign that he would tackle the militant terrorist group Boko Haram.
The wedding season is in full swing, and Pope Francis used the occasion on Wednesday (May 27) to warn couples not to marry too quickly, while also reaffirming the Vatican’s opposition to gay nuptials.
With 23 people dead so far in Texas flooding, and more rain on the way, it is easy to overlook an important development: the deluge has nearly brought the end of a historic four-year drought. Continue reading
The Rev. E.W. Jackson told attendees at the Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall event in Washington, D.C., last week that Americans who believe biblical teachings about marriage and the sanctity of life are being persecuted.