A new report by the Pew Research Center shows more evidence of a growing religious divide between Republicans and Democrats.
- June 23, 2012 |
A federal district court in Arizona ruled that a Phoenix homeowner who held weekly Bible studies in his backyard must serve jail time for failing to comply with building, zoning, fire and safety codes applicable to churches.
A heart-wrenching 10-minute video of a 68-year-old bus monitor in upstate New York, Karen Klein, being bullied by middle school students has gone viral and is being played and replayed on cable news today.
Volunteer chaplains in North Carolina's Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department will no longer be allowed to invoke the name of Jesus in prayers at public events held on government property.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Egyptian authorities postponed announcing results of the presidential election Thursday, citing complaints of voter fraud by both candidates.
Generation Z -- the newest demographic to move into adolescence -- are learning about money by watching their parents struggle in a difficult economy.
Messengers of the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a resolution denouncing "the effort to legalize 'same-sex marriage' as a civil rights issue since homosexuality does not qualify as a class meriting special protections, like race and gender."
Although they’re fictitious characters, a good many people have been “raised” by fathers on TV, for good or bad.
President Obama's executive order allowing up to 800,000 illegal immigrants to apply for work authorization has divided evangelical leaders who just days earlier called for legislatively enacted immigration reforms.
A mind for God is terribly important if one is to have a life given to God. As the Apostle Paul wrote, the very basis of our spiritual transformation as Christ followers is through the renewing of our minds.
The U.S. Senate's Committee on Foreign Relations unanimously approved on June 19 a resolution calling for the exoneration and immediate release of imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.
Today, more teens are having cosmetic surgery than ever before.
The city council of Santa Monica, Calif., has voted to half unattended private displays in a public park after a fight last year between atheists and Christians who had set up Nativity scenes for decades.
Mohammed Khidir Khalil is fighting to recover his family after his in-laws compelled his wife to claim she was Muslim and divorce him. A Sudanese court granted her custody of their two sons and forbade him to see them.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s memoir, An American Son, was released this week. Born to Cuban refugees, his story is an inspiring and candid one.
Churches in New York City brought their case to court Friday, fighting for the right to use public schools for Sunday services.
What I’m going to share with you today is a version of a popular email forward. The author is unknown. But because the advice is so simple and foundational, it’s probably worth reviewing again.
Fred Luter, pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans, was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention June 19, the first African-American to hold the post.
The Obama administration warned Egypt's military leaders to hand over power to Mohammed Morsi -- the Muslim Brotherhood candidate who claimed victory in the presidential election -- or risk losing billions of dollars in U.S. aid.