Christians have engaged in passionate debates over the meaning of the resurrection. Baptists may be distinct in that they believe an external religious authority cannot enforce views on such matters.
A folklorist explains the prehistoric origins of the mythical Easter Bunny and why this longstanding cultural symbol keeps returning each spring.
Some among the Baptist movement interpret the Resurrection as God’s response and commitment to liberating the poor and the oppressed.
Easter celebrates the Christian belief that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. And for centuries, this resurrection was seen as a guarantee that our own bodies would do the same.
This Easter, read about this remarkable species of resurrection fern — plants that appear dead and dry, but under the right conditions rapidly spring to life.
Millions step into cathedrals and chapels on a regular basis. The history of these places of worship offers important insights into Christianity.
The day that begins the Lenten season is called Ash Wednesday. Here’s why it holds deep religious significance for Christians.
A 20-year-old experiment is testing whether filling the Arctic tundra with animals could keep carbon trapped in the ground.
Rhino resurrection is tempting, but if humans cannot save a species in nature, what future for animals that we manufacture?
While temptation can be an invitation to sin, experiencing temptation can also make us consider more deeply: What is it that tempts us and why?
The movie ‘The Case for Christ’ is released this weekend. A scholar takes a close look at the claims for the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection.
How do you bring someone back from the dead?