At least 93 people were killed Tuesday when a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit the central Philippines.
Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.
Have you ever noticed that popular culture tends to see fathers as the “second-string” parent?
A new report from Juniper Research has projected that by 2017, a quarter of a billion people will use their mobile or tablet device to access adult content, an increase of 30 percent over current levels.
Few things get our attention as much as speed. Because of that, we can often miss the miracle of the happening.
A key pillar in the propaganda of pro-homosexual activists is that children raised by same-sex couples do as well in life as those raised by opposite-sex parents. That notion took a direct hit from a study published by the Review of Economics of the Household.
Mifepristone and misoprostol, a set of abortion drugs, are intended to end a life. In very rare cases, they end two.
To borrow and adapt a phrase from the late Mark Twain, reports of the Church’s death have been greatly exaggerated. Christianity Today recently ran an article by Pastor Ed Stetzer, the president of LifeWay Research, that drives home this point. In “The State of the Church In America: Hint: It's Not Dying,” Stetzer corrects this false narrative that the Evangelical Church is on an irreversible downward trajectory.
Outcry over a demand that a high school Christmas concert include five secular songs for every religious one, and the subsequent disbanding of an exclusive student choir, has pushed the school board in Wausau, Wis., to schedule a special session tonight to gather public comment on the issue.
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Is the God and Government program harmless? Or is it a call to abandon the First Amendment?
- October 12, 2013 |
The European Parliament on Thursday passed a resolution that called for the exoneration and release of American pastor Saeed Abedini, who is imprisoned in Iran simply because of his Christian faith.
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A recent spate of attacks against Christians and house churches in China underlines the country's relentless habit of persecuting Christians, even at the cost of its own reputation in the international community.
A group of Christian lawyers plans to sue two medical doctors who have raised a storm of controversy for arranging the abortion of female fetuses because the parents wanted boys.
A Moroccan court postponed until Dec. 31 an appeals hearing for a convert hastily sentenced to prison for alleged "proselytizing," in hopes that international publicity over his conviction will subside by then.
God has given me the privilege of traveling the world. During my senior year of college, I studied in Tokyo. That experience gave me a glimpse of what I was to experience later during my early tenure at Focus, first as the international field director for Asia, Africa and Australia and later as the vice president of our international division.
The dean of the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., claimed during his weekly address this past Sunday that it is a sin to oppose homosexuality.
People across the United States are finding out what it means for their life when the government shuts down. But what if churches shut down?
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Wednesday legalizing non-physician abortions.