Twelve New Jersey nurses who claim they are being forced to assist in abortion procedures are suing their hospital.
In this past Monday’s USA Today, columnist Gail Sheehy suggested that 50-year-old Mary Claire Orenic of Southern California may be “one of the happiest women in America” – at least according to Gallup’s Well-Being Index.
In a 396-9 vote Tuesday night, the House of Representatives passed a resolution reaffirming "In God We Trust" as the official motto of the U.S.
The Supreme Court won't reopen a case in which a lower court ruled that highway crosses memorializing Utah state troopers were unconstitutional.
A 17-year-old Coptic student was beaten by his teacher and classmates for wearing a cross and later died of his injuries.
New research has found hyper-texting and hyper-networking are now giving rise to a new health risk category for teens.
A new Harris poll says that YouTube is the top social media brand among America's youth.
Shorter University is requiring its employees to sign a statement rejecting pre-marital sex, adultery and homosexuality or risk getting fired.
The Reformation was more than theological; it was ecclesiastical. It was a reformation of the church.
After announcing that he won't teach Muslims and non-Christian Arabs how to use a firearm, Crockett Keller's instruction license is at risk.
In contrast to Halloween, few people will be celebrating "Reformation Day" today, the official anniversary of Martin Luther posting his "95 Theses" on the door of the Church of All Saints in Wittenberg, Germany.
An invited speaker at the upcoming conference of the National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality thinks so
Christian civilians and church buildings are often targeted in the Burmese government's military offensive against insurgents.
Survey says: College students are very connected to their cellphones. Duh. (Results via infographic.)
A law professor has sued the Catholic University of America for not providing Muslim students with prayer rooms free of Christian symbols.
The Republican-led House will consider this week a resolution that would reaffirm "In God We Trust" as the official motto of the United States.
Harold Camping said he was wrong to predict Christ's return and confessed that, after decades of misleading his followers, he regrets his misdeeds.
We've had a glorious fall in Colorado this year. The mornings and evenings have been cool and the days delightfully warm. Aspen trees have painted the forests bright shades of yellow and gold.
Your immediate response may be, “What does Christianity have to do with economics?” In response, I would say: Everything.
A new survey shows that less than half of Americans know GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is a Mormon.