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Billy Graham documentary explores evangelist’s career, political involvement

NASHVILLE (BP) – Billy Graham is the subject of a new documentary premiering Monday (May 17) on PBS. The film chronicles the life, ministry and political involvement of one of the most influential figures in evangelical history.

FIRST-PERSON: ‘Thou shalt not kill’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Countless people are being killed. Daily, death’s onslaught looms.

55 percent of Americans believe in biblical inerrancy, study finds

PHILADELPHIA (BP) – More than half of Americans believe the Bible is "without error," the American Bible Society (ABS) said Tuesday (May 11) in its 2021 State of the Bible report.

HHS gender policy imperils conscience rights, critics say

WASHINGTON (BP) – The Biden administration’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination in health care to include sexual orientation and gender identity imperils the freedom of conscience of medical workers, religious liberty advocates said.

Most pastors oppose marijuana use, legalization

NASHVILLE (BP) – As more Americans have access to legal marijuana, most U.S. Protestant pastors remain opposed to its use and legalization.

MOTHER’S DAY: When 90 years seems too short

OGLESBY, Texas (BP) – Ruthie Brinkley has three children, nine grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and a lot of in-laws. And somehow, they all think they are her favorite.

The community that helped build Trevor Lawrence

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. (BP) – Trevor Lawrence isn’t your typical 21-year-old, but he was a fairly normal church kid.

Almost half of teens believe many religions may be true, Pew finds

WASHINGTON (BP) – The largest portion of teenagers in the U.S. believe that more than one religion may be true, Pew Research said in its latest revelation from a study of the religious beliefs and practices of teens and their parents.

What does Earth Day offer Christians?

NASHVILLE (BP) – Answers in Genesis (AiG) researcher Terry Mortenson recalls the story of a woman who questioned whether she should have children for fear of increasing the carbon emissions footprint.

FIRST-PERSON: The Black Church: past, present and future

While praying at my normal time, a burden was deposited in my spirit to offer a look at the Black church. The look would include its past, its present and its projected future. So, I was moved to ask several pastors to offer their experience with all three areas.