The oneness of God is the principle at the very heart of Islam. This is the central issue for Muslims disputing Christian claims about God.
"Are we witnessing the death of America's denominations?" asks Russell D. Moore, pointing out that people tend to choose a church based mostly on the nursery or the music. This is not new information.
No one knows how the Egyptian drama will play out. But it has so far confirmed the extraordinary power that can be exerted by ordinary people when they are organized, determined and peaceful.
I wasn't sure how many people I would find at our first weekly Eucharist of the term. Driving was impossible, even if one mustered the will to dig out one's car for the third time in three weeks.
Faithful prayer asks not merely for healing but for patience and discernment and continuing faithfulness. By comparison, a superstitious act is easy and instantaneous.
Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson tell a story that is at once familiar and unfamiliar. The familiar part is that inequality has grown dramatically in the U.S. What’s less familiar is how this came about.
Started in 1992 by a loose coalition of white and black evangelicals in Jackson, Mission Mississippi's early efforts were geared toward big events. Later the focus shifted to personal relationships.