Three dozen faculty members have resigned from Shorter University after it required them to sign a statement condemning homosexuality, premarital sex and public drinking.
I'm learning to embrace the broken beauty that each day brings.
Ten years ago, I was driving through Ladoga, Indiana, on my way home from Shades State Park.
Human rights activist Chen Guangcheng, a month after escaping house arrest in China, arrived Saturday evening in the United States after a flight from Beijing.
The ultimate obscenity, the most profane word in the English vocabulary, the one personal epithet that cannot be hurled, is the “R” word. "Responsible."
The list of America's most popular baby names for 2011, released last week by the Social Security Administration, reveals that biblical names are in.
His wife died shortly before he was falsely accused of desecrating the Quran, and by the time he was released from prison in southern Ethiopia, his two children, ages 6 and 15, were missing.
- May 20, 2012 |
A controversial bill to allow a woman to hear the heartbeat of an unborn fetus before having an abortion is working its way through Louisiana's legislature.
- May 20, 2012 |
The election of a hard-line Islamic governor in Indonesia’s Aceh Province appears to have opened the way for a crackdown on the minority Christian community.
What’s happened to good manners in the South? The New York Times reported that while good manners have always been part of a Southerner’s identity in some sense, they are no longer a priority.
A court acquitted a Christian couple of "blasphemy" charges May 17, overturning their life sentences.
Syria's Christian community is suffering "enormous distress" as the conflict rages on between supporters and opponents of President Bashar Assad.
The National Cathedral sits atop Mount Saint Alban, the highest point in Washington D.C. It is a majestic and stately site, and it was there on a sunny and breezy May morning this past Wednesday that I had the privilege of joining with friends and family to publicly thank God for the life of my friend, Chuck Colson.
NARAL's president stepped down this week amid concerns of a lack of abortion support among young voters.
An Iranian official called this week for an "Islamic Awakening" movement to help Palestinian Authority Arabs "demolish the Zionist regime."
The president of the Church of Christ in Nigeria accused Nigerian leaders of failing to curtail the insurgence of Boko Haram Islamists.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Among U.S. adolescents, misuse of prescription painkillers peaks at age 16, earlier than thought, a new large survey analysis reveals.
- May 17, 2012 |