Newsweek writer Andrew Sullivan argues that Christianity has been "destroyed by politics, priests and get-rich evangelists."
Pakistan's Christian community has received threats and warnings from Islamic radicals against celebrating Easter.
Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle has stepped down as leader of the church-planting organization Acts 29 Network and resigned from The Gospel Coalition.
A new study shows that by the time most teens reach late adolescence, most of them have drank alcohol and abused illicit substances.
Ninth-graders who complete an abstinence-education course are one-and-a-half times more likely to delay having sex during their teen years.
After 72 years under lock and key, the 1940 United States Census was released this morning.
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy will host a new game show, "The American Bible Challenge," which will test contestants' knowledge of the Bible.
Police in Oakland, Calif., have detained a suspect believed to be responsible for a shooting at a Christian university in which seven were killed and three injured.
Officials launched a surprise raid on a lawfully operating Christian bookstore, confiscating all the store's stock and taking its managers in for questioning.
Studies done in both the United Kingdom and the United States find that divorce lawyers say that clients are increasingly claiming Facebook as a contributor to divorce.
According to a government investigation, as many as 20 percent of Britain's abortion clinics may be guilty of breaking the law.
Does the columnist Dave Barry make you laugh?
It was from the imagination of C.S. Lewis that we were first exposed to a devil’s diabolical advice for the capturing of the human heart through the correspondence between a senior devil, Screwtape, to his nephew, Wormwood.
A call by Saudi Arabia's top Islamic authority for the destruction of all churches in the Arabian Peninsula has caused Filipino workers in the region to take caution.
Does God want you to be miserable? Long-term, no. (Read more)
State lawmakers in Tennessee are considering a bill that would protect faith-based organizations on state college campuses from nondiscrimination policies.
According to a Gallup survey about religion and church attendance, Mississippi is the most religious U.S. state and Vermont and New Hampshire are the least religious.
After Khartoum denied that it had bombed civilians earlier this month, Sudanese aerial strikes last week were aimed at church buildings and schools.
- March 31, 2012 |
A new survey of adoption agencies shows 95 percent of all domestic adoptions are now "open" or "semi-open" -- the birth parents and adoptive parents having at least some level of contact.
- March 30, 2012 |
Two days after Hillary Clinton expressed optimism in Egypt's "significant progress toward democracy," Islamists asserted control over yet another area of the new government.
- March 30, 2012 |