Empathy is important when listening to others, but sometimes the most loving thing is to confront.
Southwestern Seminary President Paige Patterson says churches should settle disputes internally and not talk about them to the media.
The spontaneous audience response to a Broadway musical serves as a reminder during hard times.
The ever-growing use of communication technology has implications for churches, according to speakers at a conference titled "iFaith? The Church in the Digital Age."
A nation that celebrates death, destruction and dismemberment in the realm of fantasy should not be surprised when, in the minds of a poisoned minority, these feverish dreams bleed into reality.
Controversy over a TV miniseries' casting of a Satan character is but a recent example of how color is linked to notions of good and evil in American culture.
A Baptist church in Austin, Texas, is hosting a mock legal hearing in which real lawyers argue for and against the death penalty for Jesus Christ.
Steve Davis, who led the Oklahoma Sooners to two national championships in the 1970s, used his acclaim as a platform to share his faith.