The Christian Post's top 10 stories of 2018 are a reflection of both what interested our readers and what the editors believe were important stories that will have a lasting impact beyond this year.
Criminal justice reform activists and faith leaders can smell the end zone as they sit on the “5-yard line” of passing what could be the most comprehensive prison reform bill in decades. But a few staunch “tough-on-crime” conservatives in the Senate stand in their way.
This year saw the passing of many Christian leaders. Some of them were controversial, others were widely acclaimed.
While the majority of Americans believe the Christmas season should be more about Jesus, that number is steadily decreasing, a new study has revealed.
More and more scholars are becoming skeptical of Messianic prophecy in the Hebrew Bible—that is, the Old Testament. ...
The inventors of CRISPR are alarmed that the gene-editing technology is being used to . . . edit genes? Really?
A fish can't know how small its tank is until it's dropped in the ocean. We have to leave our familiar world behind to begin to see how small it really is.
When yet another Christian celebrity fails to give a straight answer on a hot-button moral issue, it reveals a deeper problem.
Christmas isn’t so over commercialized in Haiti. In a country where most of the people live on less than a couple bucks a day, who can afford to buy mountains of presents for each other?
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Darlene Zschech, who's written over 100 Christian worship songs including the popular contemporary hymn “Shout to The Lord,” details in a new book how she's made it through the hardest seasons in her life.
Entitled older adults, not millennials, are often the main problem keeping young people away from church, the author of Adoptive Church has argued.
Religious leaders and human rights activists are rejoicing after President Donald Trump signed a bill that supporters say will “boost” efforts to help Christians and other religious minorities victimized by the Islamic State’s genocide in Iraq and Syria.