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September 4, 2015
Officials from several historically African-American Christian denominations convened a press conference pushing for the nation to confront racism and demand legal solutions to gun violence among a host of issues.
August 27, 2015
The National Council of Churches has organized a letter of religious voices effusively praising the Iran nuclear deal and urging Congress to support supposedly the “most robust monitoring and inspection regime every negotiated” that…
August 21, 2015
Most church groups and prominent religious voices speaking to the Iran nuclear deal are supportive. Most notable among them is the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops. In April, Bishop Oscar Cantú of Las Cruces,…
July 30, 2014
Should the United States pay Koreans $10 trillion in reparations? Is North Korea the victim of “demonization and propaganda”? Participants in an ecumenical roundtable seemed to think so.
June 10, 2014
Florida Megachurch Pastor and Obama Spiritual Advisor Joel Hunter is a non-denominational Evangelical, but you wouldn’t know it from conference photos Hunter appeared in alongside six other American clergy and an assortment of Iranian clerics.
December 21, 2013
The Washington Post ran a troubling piece this week on a D.C. woman struggling to survive on welfare. Age 41, with 5 of her 6 children at home, she spends her time waiting for…
September 6, 2013
It’s an honor to speak at Patrick Henry College, which I have known through friendship with President Graham Walker, who serves on our board, and from which I’ve benefited directly as my last…
September 2, 2013
Amidst dwindling denominational finances and forced cuts to expenses elsewhere, why do United Methodist leaders insisting on maintaining an unsustainably high level of offering-plate funding for the controversial National Council of Churches (NCC)?
August 30, 2013
During this week’s 50th anniversary commemoration, the National Council of Churches recalled its role in the August 1963 March on Washington, most famous for Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Unfortunately, the…