Why does the current administration seem to feel the need to attack religion?
- May 12, 2012 |
Muslim protesters in Mauritania have called on the government to investigate all Christians in the country after a Quran was burned in April.
- May 12, 2012 |
Police in Tehran are conducting a new crackdown on women whose clothing does not comply with Islamic dress standards.
Political consultant Frank Luntz calls it “poll-driven language” – the tendency to phrase a question in a way that will generate a desired answer. Operatives on both sides of the aisle have been doing this for years, but it’s especially blatant when it comes to the reporting of support/opposition to same-sex marriage.
Imprisoned Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani has issued a letter to persecution aid group Present Truth Ministries.
Getting Jefferson Right is a book that examines claims made in The Jefferson Lies
A first-of-its-kind bill is being proposed in California that would ban children and teens from receiving reparative therapy for same-sex attractions.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law bills banning late-term abortions and making it a felony to assist in suicides.
It’s been a breathtaking week on the culture front in relation to homosexuality.
I’m obviously very pleased with the results of yesterday’s election in North Carolina, where voters passed a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
A North African man named Mohammed who converted to Christianity from Islam was forced by his relatives to see a psychiatrist to "cure" him of his new faith.
North Carolina on Tuesday became the 30th state to define marriage within its constitution as between one man and one woman.
President Barack Obama, who previously said his views on the issue were "evolving," said Wednesday afternoon that he supports same-sex marriage.
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed into law a measure preventing Planned Parenthood from accessing taxpayer money for non-abortion services in Arizona.
A new study by AAA finds teens who drive with friends in the car are at significantly greater risk for fatal accidents.
Christian painter Thomas Kinkade died of a drug and alcohol overdose, according to an autopsy report released Monday.
In a recent article in The Atlantic, writer Stephen Marche serves up a provocative perspective on the impact of Facebook and other social network software on society.
Wycliffe Bible Translators is reviewing a controversial translation of Scripture designed to help Muslims understand the nature of God.