Alaska Airlines will soon stop its 30-year tradition of giving prayer cards with verses from Psalms to passengers with their flight meals.
- January 27, 2012 |
Somali Islamists arrested a Muslim father Jan. 14 after two of his teenage sons converted to Christianity late last year.
When was the last time you stood and stared in awe and wonder?
A survey of evangelical Americans by Truth in Action Ministries found deep disagreement with the Obama administration's policies.
Rather than primarily dispensing information, we must spend an increasing amount of time helping people evaluate information.
As a result of a recently instituted nondiscrimination policy that placed several Christian groups on probation, one group says it has no choice but to leave campus.
Pastor Shi Enhao, deputy chairman of the Chinese House Church Alliance, was unexpectedly released early from a labor camp sentence.
Have you felt like a “goat” lately? Have you dropped the ball or blown a kick? Are you in need of a second chance?
Thumbnail-sized chips containing an entire seminary library are now available to Christians in countries where possessing religious materials carries severe punishments.
Newt Gingrich and gambling: Should Christian supporters worry about the source of Gingrich's funding?
The case of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian mother of five who was sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy, appears to have taken an extraordinary turn.
Three days after deadly bombings and a shooting spree by militant Islamist group Boko Haram, a joint military task force arrested 158 suspected members of the group.
A new survey suggests that a majority of Americans know what the popular Bible verse John 3:16 is referencing.
In a new report, of teen moms who reported not using birth control, 31 percent said they did not believe they could get pregnant at the time.
James MacDonald, pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel and founding member of the Gospel Coalition, has announced his resignation from the Gospel Coalition council.
Because she chose life ... Steve Jobs was given an opportunity to transform the world of personal computing.
A Chinese man and woman are parents to eight babies with the help of two surrogate mothers, shattering the boundaries of the country's coercive population-control mandates.
Egypt's newly elected parliament held its inaugural session yesterday, with Islamists making up nearly 75 percent of the 498-seat chamber.
Survey results from the Josephson Institute of Ethics on the values and ethical actions of more than 40,000 high school students, reveals eight in ten students have lied to their parents.
- January 23, 2012 |