The son of a Dead Sea Scrolls scholar will serve jail time for impersonating his father’s critics online.
A group of over twenty British church leaders have joined together in opposition of Lord Falconer’s Assisted Dying Bill; Archbishop Justin Welby is included among those speaking out against the controversial legislation.
Five people, including two nuns, who were kidnapped by ISIS have been released unharmed; the militants did not demand ransom money for their return.
By now, you’ve probably heard about the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling on June 30th, which upheld the protection of religious liberties. At issue was one facet of the Affordable Care Act which would have forced many business owners to violate their religious principles by requiring them to fund possible abortion-causing drugs in their company health plans.
the New England Association of Schools and Colleges’ Commission on Institutions of Higher Education will review whether Gordon College is violating standards of the accrediting agency.
While the government decides what to do about the border crisis, thousands of children are being detained. Christian charities and churches have now stepped in to tend to the needs of those unaccompanied children.
A new survey finds parents have increased per child spending on summer vacation, up 12% from 2013 and up 59% from 2012.
A megachurch in Alabama added an entertainment complex to its building, including a 12-lane bowling alley, climbing wall, basketball court, fitness center, and arcade.
A car bomb killed at least 38 people in Afghanistan on Tuesday reports CNN; 30 more sustained injuries.
Violence in Israel and Gaza paused briefly yesterday when Israel agreed to Egypt’s proposal for a ceasefire. After Hamas rejected the ceasefire proposal, Israel’s bombing campaign continues today.
A lot of people assume it’s their circumstances that determine their attitude. But that’s really not the case. It’s actually quite the opposite.
A Sunni extremist group has taken over opposition-held areas of a city, Syrian activists say.
For the first time in history, women will be allowed to serve as bishops in the Church of England. The decision by the General Synod overturns generations of traditional rules discriminating against female clergy members.
A state judge in Denver overturned Colorado’s traditional marriage law in early July, but he put same-sex marriages on hold pending an appeal.
In a statement regarding former Vision Forum Ministries president Doug Phillips, the leaders of Boerne Christian Assembly announced Phillips had joined another church without receiving a letter of transfer from BCA.
Barely a week after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the federal government cannot force corporations to pay for employees’ abortifacient drugs, Senate Democrats announced legislation to reverse the Hobby Lobby decision.
A federal appeals court declared Utah’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional in the first appellate ruling on state marriage laws as the issue makes its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A lesbian student who married her partner was expelled from an Oklahoma university one semester shy of her sports management degree.
The Old Testament prophet Jonah went safely to his eternal reward long ago, but Muslim extremists say they’ve destroyed his tomb in the Iraqi province of Ninevah.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation in California last week that allows same-sex couples to be pronounced “spouse and spouse.”