The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team has completed a 22-month deployment to Haiti, after arriving within 24 hours of the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said religious convictions should not trump gay rights.
It came as a shock last week to learn that Bibles had been banned at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Reports were paraded out this week about a newly discovered planet that is similar to Earth, meaning potentially ideal for life.
17 percent of scientists who describe themselves as either atheists or agnostics actually go to church sometimes -- for the kids.
Those of us who hold to so-called “traditional gender roles” are often assumed to believe that women should submit to men. This isn’t true.
A new study of MTV's reality shows finds women engage in a whopping 88 percent of the shows’ sexual dialogue, insult each other much more than the men.
The Obama administration announced an effort to use U.S. foreign aid to promote rights for gays and lesbians abroad.
An Iranian Christian organization is providing relief to victims of the devastating earthquake that hit on Oct. 23.
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A group of Islamic extremists attacked and burned Christian-owned businesses in a town in the once-safe Kurdish region.
Evangelist Billy Graham returned to his North Carolina home Tuesday after a six-day stay in a nearby hospital where he was treated for pneumonia.
The first-ever National Choir Appreciation Sunday, a day for churches across America to celebrate their choirs, will take place Jan. 8, 2012.
Reports in October indicated that the blind human rights activist had been killed while under house arrest, but a source says he is still alive.
Additional staff will be hired to help perform abortions after 12 pro-life nurses filed suit for being forced to assist in the procedure.
Interested in adopting healthier habits? You have a better chance of success if you find a friend with similar traits to share the experience, a new study suggests.
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A recent study found that atheists are the most distrusted type of people in North America.
Teen sexting is a real problem, but not the pervasive scourge some reports have suggested, according to the first detailed national study on youths who share sexual images on phones and the Internet.
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