Nearly two weeks after Superstorm Sandy slammed into the northeast, more than 200,000 in the region still remain without electricity.
Tomorrow is the philosophy of fools, the subterfuge of procrastination, the day you may never have.
Two women in full Islamic head coverings assaulted and forcefully cut the hair of a Christian woman on the metro Sunday, the third such reported incident in two months, raising fears of a growing vigilante movement to punish Egyptian women for not wearing the veil in public.
What we often perceive as the biblical way is often nothing more than the worldly way dressed up in piety and justified by familiarity and personal experience.
What, exactly, happened on November 6, 2012? It’s simple. We witnessed the results of a cultural tipping point.
After a stray Syrian shell from civil strife in that country exploded on Israel's Golan Heights for the second time in recent days, the Israel Defense Forces fired a warning shot at the Syrian military on Sunday for the first time since the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
A longtime critic of the Trinity Broadcasting Network has publicly called for certain ministries to withdraw from the network's airwaves amid the latest drama surrounding the network.
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Voters in Montana overwhelmingly approved a law Tuesday requiring parental notification before any girl under age 16 can receive an abortion.
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San Francisco is set to become the first U.S. city to offer free sex-change operations for uninsured transgender residents.
The number of lawsuits against the Obama administration over a rule forcing employers to provide insurance covering contraceptives and possible abortifacient drugs reached 40 this week, when a medical supply company in Minnesota filed a complaint on Nov. 5.
I asked Governor Huckabee to address the argument that many 20- and 30-something Christians make when supporting a candidate that supports abortion and same-sex marriage.
Nationwide exit polls show that "nones," those who say they have no religious affiliation or do not believe in God, made up 12 percent of all voters.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced Friday that former oil executive Justin Welby, 56, a fast-rising priest with only a year's experience as a bishop, had been picked to succeed Rowan Williams as archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England and spiritual leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans.
Government officials are increasingly using lawsuits to target pro-life protesters outside abortion clinics.
A recent survey by the National Association of Evangelicals indicates that nearly two-thirds of evangelical leaders do not financially contribute to political candidates.
Although Mitt Romney lost his presidential bid, Christians should be prepared for higher Mormon visibility and credibility in America, according to an interfaith witness expert and a seminary professor.
To learn more about Bishop Tawadros and what his selection means for Egypt’s Christians, Open Doors News spoke at length with Youssef Sidhom, chairman of Watani, a news website and weekly newspaper published in Cairo that circulates to more than 50,000 Egyptians, most of them Copts.
As gunpowder-firing cannonballs ended the age of castles, so the volleys of modern thought have decimated the fortress of faith. Of particular damage were those lofted by Copernicus, Darwin and Freud.
Maine, Maryland and Washington state voted to legalize same-sex marriage Tuesday, breaking a 32-state record of states voting down gay marriage rights.