Christian volunteers are struggling to save lives at one of the most notorious suicide spots in England -- towering 500 foot chalk cliffs locally known as Beachy Head.
As violence has escalated in Iraq, President Barack Obama contends the situation demands increased efforts from the U.S. as well support from other nations.
Sao Paulo became a scene of pandemonium on Thursday, as a group of protesters stormed toward the Arena Corinthians stadium demanding more money for low-income housing, hospitals, and education.
A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the Internet, music, television and movies.
Former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo has publicly stated his lack of faith in the Nigerian government to free the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in April.
They call them “fur babies,” and many couples in the U.S. are opting for them. One headline aptly described it this way: “Americans are having dogs instead of babies.”
New York City’s venerable Union Theological Seminary plans to pull all investments in fossil fuels from its $108.4 million endowment, casting it as part of a bid to atone for the “sin” of contributing to climate change.
Pushing back against a cultural tide of growing acceptance of transgender people, Southern Baptists adopted a statement affirming the creation of “two distinct and complementary sexes.”
Church of England schools in England may soon see the attendance of fewer Christian students, as new admission guidelines seek to cater to the “local community,” including those of no religion.
Researchers find that smoking marijuana as a teenager lowers IQ into adulthood and can have a lifelong impact.
University of North Carolina-Wilmington must pay over $710,000 for denying a Christian professor a promotion because of his beliefs.
A handgun-carrying pastor in Alabama was fired by church leaders from Friendly Missionary Baptist Church last year, but refuses to leave the church.
An influential priest of the Church of England has spoken out, supporting a bill permitting physician-assisted suicide for terminally ill adults in Great Britain.
A shooting in a downtown Phoenix Catholic church has left one priest dead and another critically injured.
A Mormon international human rights lawyer is facing excommunication for advocating the ordination of women.
Some Christian leaders have expressed concern that Hillsong megachurch pastor Carl Lentz is concealing his thoughts on weighty issues such as homosexuality.
A long tradition at ChurchandCulture.org is the summer reading post – meaning the once-a-year list of ten books that might be worth your while to peruse during some (hopefully) extra reading time over your summer.
Typing and “quick communication” have taken over our lives. From the endless emails that are part of many of our jobs to text messages asking if someone can pick up bread and milk on their way home, typing has largely replaced handwriting.
A survey has concluded that Christian moviegoers want to see films that are biblically accurate. The poll, conducted by American Insights, found that “historical and biblical accuracy is important” to most Christians.
- June 11, 2014 |
Bodies of Christian children and their parents litter the chaotic streets of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, as violent Muslim extremists have seized a terrorized city Iraqi Christians once considered their last safe refuge.
- June 11, 2014 |