Americans who consistently engaged with Scripture gave $145 billion to charity in 2021, says new study from American Bible Society.
This old world may be getting others down, but one inspired Chicago minister has found a calling that is . . . higher.
The shocking June decision by a city judge, widely seen as a threat to the First Amendment, coalesced a multi-denominational pushback in support of both the nation’s oldest Jewish college and religious liberty
The world’s fourth richest man hands his foundation a historic wad of cash, motivated by the need to help ‘suffering people.’
A new survey shows there may be one issue uniting both ends of the political spectrum: unease at the wealth-amassing of charities and DAFs.
Warren Buffet’s mega estate—$90 billion and counting—is poised to flood the abortion movement.
A New York City court has dealt Yeshiva University, and religious liberty, a blow.
Lee Edwards will see his idea and dream of profoundly remembering the victims of Marxist-Leninism become a reality.
In Father Robert Sirico’s splendid new book, “The Economics of the Parables,” the essence of a more complete meaning of charity is found in Christ’s most well-known tale
A “new George Soros”—the Swiss-born Wyss—has begun imitating the latter’s model, allegedly leveraging his billions to influence American elections.