Evangelical leader and prison ministry founder Chuck Colson is near death after suffering a brain hemorrhage nearly three weeks ago.
A new English translation of the Bible does not contain the name "Jesus Christ" or the word "angel," and prefers the word "emissary" over "apostle."
A new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that nearly one in four first-born babies, or 22 percent, are born to unmarried couples living together.
Girls from troubled homes are more likely to be obese at age 5 than girls from happier ones, new research shows.
Exceptions to the norm naturally surprise us, like when we hear about a marriage of 40-plus years ending in divorce.
The Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers has threatened to sue if two crosses on a remote hill in the middle of the Marine base Camp Pendleton are not taken down.
Religious rights groups wonder why there hasn't been a global outcry about Saudi Arabia's call to destroy all churches on the Arabian Peninsula.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure continues to fund Planned Parenthood even as it appears to be taking a hit following recent controversy.
Study finds 6% of Oregon eighth graders admitted trying it, two-thirds have played more than once.
My friend Chuck Colson, who is making progress following surgery but still in ICU, published a provocative guest column a few weeks ago on his Breakpoint website. It was penned by a gentleman named Rolley Haggard. The writer made a bold pronouncement.
London's mayor has axed an ad campaign spearheaded by two conservative Christian groups because their ads said homosexuality was a disease that could be cured through prayer.
In addition to the widespread persecution in the Muslim-majority Middle East, one religious freedom expert says Christians are "very much threatened" throughout the rest of the world.
New survey says prom spending rises to average $1,078 this year.
Iranian Christian refugees in Sweden face the possibility of being returned to their home country despite efforts from asylum activists.
According to political consultant Hilary Rosen, Ann Romney, “has actually never worked a day in her life.” This morning, Mrs Romney responded: "She should have come to my house when those five boys were causing so much trouble. It wasn't so easy."
A group of atheist students at the University of Texas at San Antonio hoped to entice their classmates to turn in their Bibles in exchange for pornographic magazines.
A new clinic in the Netherlands will send out mobile "Life End" teams at the request of patients who wish to die under the country's euthanasia law.
Wheaties has fallen on to hard times of late. There are many reasons, but industry insiders say that the heart of the matter is simple. It’s in “no-man’s land.”
A dozen Christians in Iran who were prosecuted on Easter Sunday are awaiting the verdict in their recent trial.