Christian painter Thomas Kinkade died of a drug and alcohol overdose, according to an autopsy report released Monday.
In a recent article in The Atlantic, writer Stephen Marche serves up a provocative perspective on the impact of Facebook and other social network software on society.
Wycliffe Bible Translators is reviewing a controversial translation of Scripture designed to help Muslims understand the nature of God.
China, the world's most populous country, expects to keep its low birthrate and maintain a population of fewer than 1.4 billion through 2015.
Kuwait's parliament has provisionally voted in favor of a legal amendment that could make insulting Allah and the Islamic prophet Mohammed punishable by death.
The majority of girls in the United States do not have sex before the age of 19, a change from earlier years, a new report shows.
A new study finds that more than 60% of today's young adults have received financial help from their parents.
David Barton says Thomas Jefferson questioned the Trinity after he left the presidency. What did Jefferson say?
Iranian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani's attorney may find himself serving a nine-year prison sentence soon, leaving Nadarkhani without a lawyer.
When was the last time you read Dale Carnegie’s classic, How to Win Friends and Influence People?
Women in London are now able to have the abortion-inducing "morning-after" pill delivered to their homes or offices.
A proposed amendment to North Carolina's constitution to make marriage between one man and one woman the only valid legal union seems set to pass.
The woman who risked her life to drive blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng from his village to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing was released from detention.
Insurer USAA has published a list of the top 10 cars for teens.
More teens are using video chats to interact and communicate with friends, thanks in part to the adoption growth of apps such as Skype, Googletalk and iChat, according to a new study.
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation released a study saying that pro-homosexual voices are "under-represented in the mainstream media."
It’s amazing the degree to which outreach strategies rest on a single, and deeply flawed, premise: That people want what you have to offer.
Maine law grants property tax exemptions to all charitable organizations, but one church only received an exemption for its building -- not its parking lot or parsonage.
Despite protests and lobbying from gay rights groups, United Methodists voted to maintain their stance that homosexual acts are "incompatible with Christian teaching."
- May 06, 2012 |