A boy's relationship with his mother changes as he grows up and the way it changes can affect his behavior when he's a teen, a new study says.
According to the National Retail Federation, parents will spend close to $23 billion dollars on back-to-school purchases this year.
In times past, the church occupied a central and influential place in society. But what does the new, post-Christian cultural condition mean for the church and its mission?
The president of the Republic of Gambia has once again warned that his country is a "no go area" for extremists who use Islam to engage in violent activities.
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Shahbaz Bhatti, the first-ever Christian to serve in the Pakistan cabinet, was killed by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
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Is there one person you can point to who helped “turn the tide” in your life?
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's decision not to include clergy in the 10th anniversary remembrance of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has drawn objections from Christian leaders.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says after the formation of a Palestinian state there will be no room for Israel in region.
Dr. Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, is hoping to help alleviate conflict over church properties during a visit to Zimbabwe in October.
Rye Playland in New York was forced to temporarily shut its gates to visitors August 30 when a mass brawl broke out after Muslim women were banned from rides unless they removed their headscarves.
As I read a letter from a volunteer, I couldn’t help wondering: is the church really the hope of the world?
On average, males ages 12 through 19 drink the equivalent of nearly two cans of soda each day.
Did you know there is a movement afoot to normalize pedophilia and declassify it as a psychiatric disorder.
New York-area residents are more spiritually active since 9/11, a new survey shows, but the uptick in faith may be a matter of coincidence rather than a religious response to the terrorist attacks.
Christians and Jews from many nations, irrespective of their denomination, are seen as infidels by al-Qaeda and its allied insurgent bodies, including all groups of Taliban.
In light of Michele Bachmann’s candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination, some are wondering how consistent it is for Christians to elect a woman to national office when they wouldn’t vote for her to serve as pastor of a local church. The question is a good one, and is more complicated than it first appears, to both sides.
The Turkish government made a historic U-turn in state policy this past weekend, issuing an official decree inviting Turkey’s Christian and Jewish communities to reclaim their long-confiscated religious properties.
On the heels of New York City's announcement that police, firefighters and other volunteers will not be invited to the 10th anniversary ceremony for September 11, religious leaders are now voicing their disappointment that priests, rabbis and ministers will likewise be excluded.