2011 saw the greatest number of human-rights violations in China in two decades, but some watchdog groups say 2012 might be even worse.
- January 30, 2012 |
The Education Committee passed a bill as the first step toward overriding a city policy banning churches from holding weekend worship services in rented public schools.
- January 29, 2012 |
A San Diego-area high school math teacher ordered to take down classroom banners that referred to God has appealed his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
- January 28, 2012 |
In the United States, the end of slavery came after a hundred years of abolitionism culminated in a war that claimed over 600,000 lives, while Great Britain achieved the same result in half the time and without a bloody conflict. What made the difference?
"Despite U.S. government assurances that it helped create a stable democracy, the reality is that it left behind a budding police state."
After a relatively quiet few months on the same-sex marriage front, activists in both Washington state and New Jersey have expressed a strong desire to push for legalization via their respective legislatures.
People around the world have signed a petition asking the Pakistani government to release Asia Bibi, a Christian wife and mother falsely accused of blasphemy.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Shaun Casey, the religious affairs adviser to the Obama campaign in 2008, said this week that the demise of religious society in America was a good thing.
New studies describe which teens are likely to drive with multiple friends, and how these passengers may affect teen drivers right before a crash.
Alaska Airlines will soon stop its 30-year tradition of giving prayer cards with verses from Psalms to passengers with their flight meals.
Somali Islamists arrested a Muslim father Jan. 14 after two of his teenage sons converted to Christianity late last year.
When was the last time you stood and stared in awe and wonder?
A survey of evangelical Americans by Truth in Action Ministries found deep disagreement with the Obama administration's policies.
Rather than primarily dispensing information, we must spend an increasing amount of time helping people evaluate information.
As a result of a recently instituted nondiscrimination policy that placed several Christian groups on probation, one group says it has no choice but to leave campus.
Pastor Shi Enhao, deputy chairman of the Chinese House Church Alliance, was unexpectedly released early from a labor camp sentence.
Have you felt like a “goat” lately? Have you dropped the ball or blown a kick? Are you in need of a second chance?
Thumbnail-sized chips containing an entire seminary library are now available to Christians in countries where possessing religious materials carries severe punishments.
Newt Gingrich and gambling: Should Christian supporters worry about the source of Gingrich's funding?