Understanding the political situation in the US’s mirror-image nation
As Protestants gain numbers, a sizable world of Christian music in many genres has emerged.
The bold visions of the grandfather of liberation theology
Five new books about the lives and faith of Christians around the world
A look inside the thriving (and sometimes controversial) neo-Pentecostal denomination
Likely with both praise and blame.
The Pentecostals of the Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus have a mighty vision.
The Brazilian activist was killed by the same world that killed Jesus—a world that can’t bear love.
Flowers and creation hymns aren't going to cut it this year.
Evangelical politicians were among the most vocal opponents of Dilma Rouseff and her party's social programs.
"The biggest driver of success against global poverty is economic growth—but not any kind of economic growth."
Matt talks to the McCormick Theological Seminary professor about liberationist preaching, being a missionary in the U.S., and prophetic preaching vs. moralistic finger-wagging.
The U.S. may be heading toward European-style secularization. More surprisingly, several Latin American countries mirror conditions in the States.