- Grave Excavation Begins at One of the Oldest Black Churches in the USFounded by an enslaved minister in 1776, the historic Baptist site had been covered by a museum parking lot.
- Blessed Are the Political PeacemakersExperts warn political violence is coming. Christians can look to Scripture, not the American Revolution, for guidance.简体中文繁體中文
- Why Tennessee Is Just Now Looking at Lifting a Ban on Clergy in the LegislatureA Presbyterian was burnt in effigy, a Methodist was shot in the leg, and that’s just the start of the story of this constitutional prohibition.
- Archaeologists Uncover One of America’s Oldest Black Church BuildingsThe Virginia congregation, began by free and enslaved Blacks, dates back to 1776.
- New Museum Stakes Claim for the Bible in US History—Right Next to the Liberty BellFaith and Liberty Discovery Center traces Scripture’s presence at America’s founding and reminds visitors that “faith guides liberty toward justice.”
- What the Black Robe Regiment Misses About Revolutionary PastorsChristians calling for clergy to rise up against the government should take a closer look at the complex approaches by America’s early preachers.
- Unearthing the Faithful Foundations of a Historic Black ChurchIn Colonial Williamsburg, a neglected Christian past is being restored.
- Five Ways We Misunderstand American Religious HistoryFrom religious liberty to religious violence, it helps to get our facts straight.
- Balm for the Religious-Freedom Lover’s SoulSteven Waldman’s book helps “complainers” like me regain a sense of perspective.
- These Pastors Loved America So Much, They Wanted It to Stay BritishWhy the Christian case against the Revolutionary War deserves better than mockery and neglect.