Constantine was the first emperor to stop the persecution of Christians and to legalize Christianity...
Hesham Shehab: Did the Constantinian Roman Empire Divert the Christian Mission?
Did the Constantinian Roman Empire Divert the Christian Mission? Even though the persecution of Christians occurred, sporadically and usually locally, throughout the Roman Empire, in the first three centuries, theRead More
A select number of birds appear in the Bible — including hawks, sparrows and swallows — but...
For Christian birdwatchers, aka ‘ornitheoligists,’ religion takes flight
by: Jessica Mundie Nov. 11, 2021 (RNS) — It is early morning in the Great Smoky Mountains. Kevin Burrell is half asleep and wrapped tightly in his sleeping bag. BeforeRead More
"Judson began as an undergraduate college in 1913 as part of the Northern Baptist Theological Seminary..."
Judson University honors past and present leaders at Founders’ Day
By Tom Siebert ELGIN, Ill., Oct. 31, 2021 — It was a time for remembrance and rejuvenation as Judson University recently held its 58th Founders’ Day (Oct. 22, 2021) withRead More
[Judson University] hosted former President George W. Bush...
From a Bush to a Kennedy, Judson University bridges political divide with diverse speakers
By Tom Siebert July 7, 2021 ELGIN, Ill. — During the past politically divisive decade, the World Leaders Forum at Judson University has served as a civilized oasis of publicRead More
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July 16 that the University of Iowa violated the First Amendment...
Court win for InterVarsity applauded by Southern Baptists
by: Tom Strode ST. LOUIS, July 21, 2021 (BP) — Southern Baptist leaders commended the latest court victory for a student faith group that was removed from a state universityRead More