Watching TV affects what kids eat even when they are not glued to it, according to a new study.
Security agents in Sudan's South Darfur state have closed down the Nyala offices of the Sudan Council of Churches (SCC) and relief group Sudan Aid without explanation.
Thousands have contacted the online coupon company Groupon to cancel their membership after Morality in Media uncovered Groupon's substantial support of pornography.
There's a curious article in this morning's New York Times detailing the evangelical fallout from President Obama's decision last week affirming his support of same-sex marriage.
The Law Society in London banned a Christian organization from hosting an informal discussion at its headquarters on the issue of traditional marriage.
A new poll finds 61 percent of Egyptians favor abandoning the Egypt-Israel peace treaty, up from 54 percent a year ago.
A Colorado appeals court panel ruled that the state's Day of Prayer violates the constitutional rights of nonbelievers.
In a new study, researchers have found that disclosing information about oneself on social media activates pleasure sensations in the brain.
According to the National Retail Federation, nearly $19 billion will be spent on moms this coming weekend. From flowers to cards to candy, a lot of people will dig deep into their wallets to try and express their love and appreciation for their mothers.
Author Susan Besze Wallace’s “Always There: Reflections for Moms on God’s Presence” was released this month by Revell.
President Obama's endorsement of gay marriage isn't sitting well with many evangelical pastors.
Our goal is to remove every barrier that exists between such persons and their acceptance of the scandal of the cross … except the scandal of the cross!
The Freedom From Religion Foundation has demanded the small town of Sylvania remove Bible verses posted on four welcome signs, but the town has vowed to fight back.
Authorities have demanded a list of names and ID numbers of members of Tehran's only remaining Farsi-language church, a major risk to converts from Islam.
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Why does the current administration seem to feel the need to attack religion?
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Muslim protesters in Mauritania have called on the government to investigate all Christians in the country after a Quran was burned in April.
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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