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Liberty University announced Thursday that it will petition the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its lawsuit over Obamacare's employer mandate.
It’s a familiar formula for movie and TV plots: the hugely successful, workaholic husband and dad is a failure at home. His wife feels like he’s a stranger, and his kids resent him. The man’s life is crumbling around him, even while his career is in high gear. The reason the plot is used again and again is because it sadly echoes reality in far too many homes across the country.
A Senate committee has approved a controversial bill that would extend special workplace rights to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered persons.
Is it just me, or is Evangelical Christianity falling into a theology that is based more on individual reason than revelation?
Another Christian has been killed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. Magdy Habashi, 60, was kidnapped last Saturday by suspected Islamic jihadists, and his decapitated body was found Thursday morning in a cemetery.
Leading secularists are calling on nonreligious parents to fight a government effort that would allow the Church of England to run thousands of state schools.
In a world where we can medically screen to ensure we have “perfect” babies, most people haven’t met someone with Down syndrome. They might assume the worst about the condition when in reality people with the condition are the sweetest you’ll ever meet.
A new study finds that underage female characters on television are more likely to be targets of sexual exploitation than scenes with adult female characters.
The Texas House has approved new abortion limits in a second special session, less than two weeks after Senate Republicans failed to finish work on the bill amid a filibuster and raucous protests.
Some officials in Washington are attempting to force military members to keep their religious beliefs quiet, according to a coalition of 14 groups who are backing the troops' rights to speak about and act on their beliefs.
As Americans who believe in a "one man, one woman" definition of marriage become a minority for the first time ever, evangelical Christians have actually become more opposed to same-sex marriage.
When I was an eight-year-old boy, I looked to Hank, the father figure in my life, for all the things the other kids my age seemed to enjoy with their dads. Sadly, Hank wasn’t willing to be engaged in my life. He adored my mom, but my siblings and I were simply excess baggage.
A fledgling organization that opposed the Boys Scouts of America's decision to accept openly gay Scouts announced Tuesday it will launch an alternative group with a Christian worldview.
The Chicago Tribune, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times refused to run a pro-life ad from Heroic Media last week, calling it "too controversial."
Scientists have held that adolescents who start puberty before their peers are likely to experience difficulty in getting along with other children and adults. But new research suggests early puberty may not be the root cause.
An American evangelist said he was arrested and interrogated about his Christian faith after he was caught on a London sidewalk preaching that homosexuality is a sin.
Following the shooting death of a priest in Northern Sinai, Christians in Upper Egypt and elsewhere are living in fear after four Coptic Christians were killed near Luxor in the wake of the deposing of Mohamed Morsi as president.
At the very core of Christianity is an understanding of our own inadequacy. I do not possess any strength or power - or even purpose - outside of Jesus Christ. I am entirely dependent upon Him to lift me up when I fall down, which I do on a daily basis.
Two 16-year-old Chinese girls who died in the Asiana Airlines plane crash at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday were among 35 Chinese students on their way to attend a three-week summer camp at a Christian school in Los Angeles.
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