48 pro-life leaders urged HHS Secretary Alex Azar to end the government’s use of aborted fetal tissue for research and turn to ethical alternatives.
President Donald Trump’s choice of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court drew praise from conservative groups.
Pro-life leaders celebrated the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in NIFLA v. Becerra protecting crisis pregnancy centers from California’s forced speech law.
A group of several prominent evangelical leaders released a statement Thursday in support of Dreamers and the “policy aim of DACA.”
Ten national pro-life leaders to Congressional Republicans: It is well past time to keep your campaign promise to defund Planned Parenthood.
The Nashville Statement does not say anything new about marriage, gender, and human sexuality, but affirms what the Bible teaches on these matters.
A lesbian pastor elected to be a United Methodist bishop, growing Evangelical seminaries and shrinking Oldline Protestant church staff made news in 2016.
Tim Keller, Russell Moore and Kevin DeYoung how the Church can subvert the cultural narrative of sexuality that has shifted rapidly over the last few years.
Albert Mohler of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Russell Moore of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission explain why they are Never Trump.
Donald Trump calls Russell Moore, the president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, a nasty guy with no heart.
Prolife leaders call on Congress to pass H.R. 36, Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, the eve of the 2nd anniversary of Kermit Gosnell’s conviction.
Should pastors sign a pledge saying that they will disengage civil and Christian marriage in their pastoral duties and not be “an agent of the state.”
A study completed by Mark Regnerus, a sociologist from the University of Texas, suggests that young evangelicals still embrace biblical teaching on sex.
After today’s comments and past history Pat Robertson, for the sake of the Gospel, should retire from public life.
Pat Robertson of the Christian Broadcasting Network this week on the 700 Club said that a man would be morally justified to divorce his wife with Alzheimer’s disease in order to marry another woman because she’s “not there anymore.” Robertson said, "I know it sounds cruel, but if he’s going to do something, he should […]
We obviously engage in theological debates here at Caffeinated Theology. I believe having a discussion about different theological positions is good and healthy, provided it is done in love and with a desire to sharpen one another. Far too often, however, debate can turn into two parties trying to bludgeon one another. I don’t know […]