Longing for a mythical golden era is antithetical to the gospel
The United Nations says access to contraception is a universal human right that could dramatically improve the lives of women and children in poor countries.
Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., is allowing a 45-year-old man to use the school’s women’s locker room. He’s been reportedly spotted by young girls sitting exposed in the sauna.
When the conscience has been thoroughly frightened by the Law it welcomes the Gospel of grace with its message of a Savior.
Muslim protesters again blocked a Protestant church from holding Sunday services in front of their place of worship in West Java, Indonesia.
Thousands of Egyptian protesters gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday, demanding that sharia (Islamic law) be implemented under the country's new constitution.
A new study shows that young girls exposed to high stress levels have a greater chance of suffering anxiety or depression as teenagers.
When the new members of Congress are sworn in on Jan. 3, the new Senate will seat a Buddhist member for the first time and the House of Representatives will have its first Hindu member.
Common sense is supposed to be the genius of humanity, but lately I’m not so sure.
When others are forced to pay for protecting me against consequences I find undesirable for behaviors I’ve willingly chosen, it’s robbery.
An evangelist accused of defaming Islam was telling mourners at a funeral about the sacrifice of Christ when Muslims present took offense.
Beyond a strong relationship with Christ, what else can single parents do to find strength in their homes and lives?
Young people can teach us about worship, confidence, righteousness, and justice.
Teenagers who binge drink risk trapping their brains in permanent adolescence and lay the groundwork for alcoholism, new research shows.
According to an informal exit poll by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), more than 85 percent of American Muslim voters picked President Barack Obama in last Tuesday's election.
Nearly two weeks after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the northeast, more than 200,000 in the region still remain without electricity.