• Evangelicals confront sex abuse problems in #MeToo era

    Evangelicals confront sex abuse problems in #MeToo era

    • Aug 17, 2018

    As the Catholic Church struggles with a new wave of clergy abuse cases, several prominent evangelical institutions have been rocked in recent weeks by their own sexual misconduct allegations against pastors and church leaders who exploited the trust they had gained from faithful churchgoers.

  • Catholic wisdom isn’t about a date on a baptismal certificate

    Catholic wisdom isn’t about a date on a baptismal certificate

    • Aug 19, 2017

    David Mills recently suggested that converts to Catholicism should “stop talking so much.” Does he really mean that to apply to figures such as Augustine, Newman, Whittaker Chambers, Malcolm Muggeridge, Walker Percy and Elizabeth Fox-Genvese? The bottom line is that Catholic wisdom doesn’t correlate with the date on one’s baptismal certificate.

  • In dramatic turnabout, Southern Baptists condemn white supremacy

    In dramatic turnabout, Southern Baptists condemn white supremacy

    • Jun 18, 2017

    After influencing Southern Baptists to speak out on race-related matters two years in a row, Rev. Dwight McKissic said work on the issue is far from over. He welcomes the selection of Florida pastor H.B. Charles as the first black president of the SBC’s Pastors’ Conference earlier this week, and the continuing election of people of color to other one-year terms of leadership.