It’s been a breathtaking week on the culture front in relation to homosexuality.
I’m obviously very pleased with the results of yesterday’s election in North Carolina, where voters passed a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
A North African man named Mohammed who converted to Christianity from Islam was forced by his relatives to see a psychiatrist to "cure" him of his new faith.
Are you busy mixing or do you drink grace straight? Are you always in a spiritual hurry or is your soul free to rest and raise a glass?
You're a culture warrior even if you don't admit it.
North Carolina on Tuesday became the 30th state to define marriage within its constitution as between one man and one woman.
This is an invitation. No, it's a challenge. It is a challenge for all you young guys that follow my blog that are looking at some point in the future to get engaged. I am throwing down the gauntlet. When that day comes when you are to get engaged, I want you to beat my story.
President Barack Obama, who previously said his views on the issue were "evolving," said Wednesday afternoon that he supports same-sex marriage.
I stood in line at the local courthouse--speeding ticket, driver's license, and proof of insurance in hand. On this particular Friday afternoon, the desk was short by one clerk and the line long by ten people.
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a measure preventing Planned Parenthood from accessing taxpayer money for non-abortion services in Arizona.
A new study by AAA finds teens who drive with friends in the car are at significantly greater risk for fatal accidents.
Christian painter Thomas Kinkade died of a drug and alcohol overdose, according to an autopsy report released Monday.
In a recent article in The Atlantic, writer Stephen Marche serves up a provocative perspective on the impact of Facebook and other social network software on society.
Wycliffe Bible Translators is reviewing a controversial translation of Scripture designed to help Muslims understand the nature of God.
China, the world's most populous country, expects to keep its low birthrate and maintain a population of fewer than 1.4 billion through 2015.
Have you ever stayed up late, conflicted between your head and your heart? Sometimes the only way out of a dilemma is seeing God take you through the storm.
Is my gospel big enough to account for a man who three times denied that he knew the Lord? Is it big enough to account for a man who spent all of those years with Jesus, only to desert him in the end? Is it big enough to allow a man like this to be a leader in the church?
Kuwait's parliament has provisionally voted in favor of a legal amendment that could make insulting Allah and the Islamic prophet Mohammed punishable by death.
The majority of girls in the United States do not have sex before the age of 19, a change from earlier years, a new report shows.