Illinois Baptists are among the first to host concealed-weapon training in the last state in the nation to drop its ban on carrying ready-to-fire guns outside the home.
Amid escalating gun violence, preachers struggle with how to address controversial issues from the pulpit.
Rather than being co-opted by politicians in debate over gun control, Christians should seek common-ground solutions that unite rather than divide.
Participants in a conference for Newtown-area clergy share advice on how to preach about guns in a congregation with members on both sides of the Second Amendment debate.
Instead of just taking sides between gun control and gun rights, Christians are called to model a better way.
A U.S. Senate vote on mandatory background checks for gun purchases is a failure of biblical proportions.
The world’s largest Christian university now allows permit holders to carry weapons on campus.
Clergy in Newtown, Conn., joined by thousands of signatories collected online, called March 11 on the U.S. Senate to enact stronger gun control.