This is a great day for religious freedom.
- July 02, 2014 |
Two New Mexico scientists hope next year’s Darwin Days celebration at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science may evolve into a more civilized affair.
The Restore Military Religious Freedom Coalition teamed up with the Family Research Council to deliver a petition with 105,000 signatures to the Air Force Academy seeking to have First Amendment freedoms.
The plight of Justina Pelletier, a Connecticut teenager taken from her parents because physicians disagreed about her diagnosis, is a tragic web of events.
Child Evangelism Fellowship, a Christian non-profit group has been accused of psychologically damaging the kids involved.
A car bomb explosion in Maiduguri exploded Tuesday, causing dozens of deaths witnesses report.
According to a new study from LifeWay Research, almost half of Protestant pastors do not broach the topic of domestic violence from the pulpit; even more preachers only brush over the subject once a year.
The Pakistani Supreme Court has ordered government protection of religious minorities in the nation, including Christians, Hindus, Sikhs and others.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains has awarded one of its locations with a certificate noting its increase in the number of abortions performed.
Many weddings take place in the month of June. It’s a happy time of starry-eyed couples pledging each other a lifetime of love and commitment.
According to a recent study, the majority of Americans believe that religion can answer their problems.
On June 15, Sunday morning Mass was cancelled in Mosul for the first time in 1,600 years.
An Egyptian Christian who was sentenced to five years in prison for filming a video of violence between Muslims and Christian will be appealing the ruling.
Militants in Nigeria have struck again, this time killing 40 civilians throughout four villages in northeastern Nigeria.
The Supreme Court ruled that Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties are exempt from the HHS birth control mandate. This is a monumental success for Christian businesses nationwide.
Fourteen people are dead and at least 40 were wounded Monday when mortar shells hit government-held areas in a city in Syria.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialities will not be required to provide employees with abortion-inducing drugs.
Sociologist Peter Berger, among many others, has long suggested that the modern world is being shaped by three deep and fast-moving cultural currents: secularization, pluralization and privatization.
In a previous blog post I wrote on passing along a faith that lasts to your children. That post focused on the most important factor parents can do: live out a vibrant faith themselves.
Unjust discrimination against homosexuals must be avoided and children brought up in same-sex unions must be treated like anybody else, advises a new document from the Vatican.
- June 29, 2014 |