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- March 08, 2013 |
Gay rights activists are demanding Tim Tebow back out of a speaking engagement at Liberty University just two weeks after pressuring the New York Jets quarterback to cancel an appearance at First Baptist Church of Dallas.
- March 08, 2013 |
The abortion statistics in New York City are improving slightly, but 40 percent of all pregnancies there still end in an abortion.
The 2013 Life and Justice Conference officially begins tomorrow at New Life Church here in Colorado Springs. I’m looking forward to participating.
The number of Syrians who have fled their war-torn country has now topped the 1 million mark.
An infographic examines the dualistic phenomenon of how teens rule the web, but they’re not always as careful with it as they should be.
Overriding a veto by Arkansas' Democratic governor, the state's Republican-controlled House and Senate approved a bill to ban abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy, the most restrictive such law in the country.
It's easy to take shots at large churches.But I am convinced that any church of any size can be learned from, and that includes large churches.
So, if you're married and have children, who's your first priority - your spouse or the kids?
A new study has found that the children of religious couples are much more likely to leave the religion if their parents get divorced.
New research shows that roughly 20 percent of men and 15 percent of women under age 35 admitted to cheating on their spouses in 2006 (the latest figures available), up from 15 and 12 percent, respectively, 15 years earlier.
Tens of thousands supporters of Hugo Chavez paraded his coffin through the streets of Caracas on Wednesday in a flood of emotion that allies hope will help his vice president win an election due in the coming weeks and keep his self-styled revolution alive.
The story of a woman who defied the demands of a couple to abort the baby she was carrying for them as a surrogate recently made headlines.
With Passover just three weeks away, the timing of a massive infestation of locusts in Egypt is striking many Israelis as downright biblical.
Chick-fil-A will continue serving University of New Mexico students, after the Student Union Building board voted 8 to 3 last week to keep the fast food chain on campus.
I received an email from Roma Downey and Mark Burnett yesterday about Sunday night's premier of History Channel's The Bible, which garnered nearly 15 million viewers.
A new study finds that teen boys are almost twice as likely as teen girls to have forwarded a received sext.
More than one-third of Americans say they feel "very connected" to their local church or religious institution, according to a new survey from Rasmussen Reports.
The new TV miniseries "The Bible" is drawing huge ratings on The History Channel. The first two-hour installment attracted 14.8 million viewers -- more than any other program on Sunday.
Pro-life groups in Maryland are hoping state regulators will revoke an abortionist's medical license and file murder charges after a patient under his care died.