Since this is not my area of research, I have generally followed the typical line, developed by many historians, that evangelicals really didn’t care about abortion when Roe was decided in 1973.
This is the grave of James and Ellen White. Born in 1821 in Palmyra, Maine, James White was a sickly child from a large family who became interested in the reform movements of the antebellum period, p
The medieval historian Jay Rubenstein asks the question! The Antichrist associated with this new, literal Babylon was expected to be Jewish. There’s nearly always an anti-Judaic element in Christian
The answer is that of course it won’t. The announcement of Beth Moore, one of the most popular white female evangelicals in the nation, that she was leaving the Southern Baptist Convention over
This is the grave of Mary Baker Eddy. Born in 1821 in Bow, New Hampshire, Eddy grew up in a very religious household, with her father being a fire and brimstone type who also supported the South as sl
This is the grave of Henry and Eliza Spalding. Henry Spalding was born in 1803 in Bath, New York. He ended up out in Ohio and went to college a bit later in life than most, graduating from Western Res
Texas, once again, leading the way in horrible. Last week, the Supreme Court blocked Texas from executing a Buddhist inmate, Patrick Murphy, stating that he was entitled to have a spiritual adviser pr
This is the grave of Reinhold Niebuhr. Born in 1892 in Wright City, Iowa to a German immigrant family, Niebuhr grew up in a religious world. His father was a minister and he himself would become one o