A study published in the Journal of Christian Nursing finds that 80 percent of 10-year-old girls have been on a diet.
A video posted July 5 by RealClearPolitics depicts U.S. Rep. Andre Carson (D-Indiana) saying America's schools should be modeled after madrasas -- Islamic religious schools -- with their "foundation" as the Quran.
Facebook has added a new icon to accommodate gay married couples, which will appear in the "marriage" timeline event pop-up and can be changed between an image of two male or two female partners.
When the late Dale Carnegie released How to Win Friends and Influence People in October of 1936, the $2 book sold over 100,000 copies its first few months on store shelves. Seventy-three years and 15 million copies later, the title and its content remain timeless.
A hotel in Newcastle, England, has replaced copies of the traditional Gideon Bible placed in each of its 148 rooms with a Kindle pre-loaded with the Bible.
A New Mexico state judge has ruled that a prostitution website run by two elderly professors is legal.
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North Carolina will no longer fund Planned Parenthood, America's largest abortion provider.
Armed Hindu extremists attacked an evangelist who goes by the single name of Baidhar on June 15 in Orissa, India, seriously wounding him.
When it comes to America's sovereignty, freedom has never been free.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide has received reports that imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani may face fresh charges in September, pertaining to crimes against national security and possibly blasphemy.
How ironic that space drenched with such a sense of the sacred is the seed of so much spiritual doubt. While many found faith of its deepest and most vibrant nature on the grounds of Dachau, others lost it forevermore.
The Civil Union and Marriage Issues Committee at the 220th General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has agreed upon two items to be considered by the assembly, one of which would amend the church's definition of marriage.
Focus on the Family joined with other community organizations in Colorado Springs to put on a benefit concert to help the thousands of people affected by the wildfires.
Andy Griffith, the television icon Americans adored for his role as the town sheriff in the 1960s sitcom "The Andy Griffith Show" and later as a stern defense attorney in the drama "Matlock," died July 3, 2012. He was 86.
All it takes is a 30-second perusal of the supermarket tabloids to confirm what you already know: There is an excessive, if not obsessive, draw to celebrity in the culture.
A judge in South Carolina decided to sentence a drunk driver to more than just eight years in prison, adding that the convicted person must also do a Bible study.
More than one-quarter of Texas teens have sent naked photos of themselves through text or email, according to the latest study on "sexting."
The Game Show Network (GSN) announced the premiere date for the original series The American Bible Challenge, an original one-hour game show hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy.
Wycliffe Associates, an international organization that involves people in the acceleration of Bible translation efforts, is working in Nigeria to provide new technologies that will enable safer communication for translation workers.