Fourteen felony charges that were filed in California against undercover investigative pro-life activists who exposed Planned Parenthood's selling of fetal body parts to biotech firms and other practices have been dismissed.
The majority Christians have been wrong about Israel for most of their history, according to a leading Anglican theologian and Israel scholar.
A young Christian schoolgirl in the Philippines recalled how teachers forced her to pray a Muslim prayer in order to pass a class, and ignored her explanations that she now prays to Jesus instead.
A leading conservative Christian legal group committed to defending religious liberty has spoken out against a memo issued by the Trump administration this month that lays out certain reasons why schools could be investigated for discrimination against transgender students.
Google executives were asked at a shareholders meeting earlier this month for its parent company, Alphabet, whether or not they consider the feelings of their conservative and more libertarian-minded employees when the company decides to voice left-leaning policy positions.
Sixty Christian leaders from across the the theological spectrum have signed onto a statement condemning President Donald Trump's budget proposal and have expressed concern over proposed cuts to federal welfare programs that they say help the United States' "most vulnerable" people.
A group of Texas-based conservative Christian pastors has denounced a recently announced proposal for Houston public schools to include an LGBT studies program.
Top U.S. Catholic leaders have joined leading evangelicals in condemning the arrests of hundreds of Chaldean Christians across the U.S., as relatives in Detroit continue to protest against immigration authorities.
Leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore, apologist Ravi Zacharias and nearly 100 other Christian leaders have signed onto a declaration that calls for restorative criminal justice reform in the United States and urges Christians to unite in opposition to the nation's "misguided response to crime."
Reformed theologian John Piper tackled a question from a reader asking why Jesus has not yet returned despite promises made some 2,000 years ago in the Bible. Piper insisted that Christ is not a false prophet.
The Rev. Henry J. Lyons, who once headed the National Baptist Convention U.S.A., the largest and oldest black religious convention in the United States before he was convicted of swindling money from the organization in 1999, was recently ousted from a Florida church after being accused of committing similar crimes.
A Texas pastor originally from Iraq is urging the Church to get out of politics amid the swirling debate about travel bans and do the work of ministering to refugees because "God is sending the nations here."
An Episcopal bishop has been sanctioned by the denomination for attempting to sell a church property despite the congregation opposing the move.
World-renowned hymn writer Keith Getty, whose song "For The Cause" is set to be sung by millions of Christians in the Global Hymn Sing missions event on June 25, says society is increasingly telling children that Christianity is "odd" and "anti-social."
"Fixer Upper" stars Chip and Joanna Gaines open up about how hard they've worked to get to a place where they can now say they're living the American dream.
LeBron James believes Jesus Christ is the only person who can stop him in the paint when looking at his fellow NBA players.
Amy and Dillon King say they aren't afraid to show the world that their marriage is flawed a year after they exchanged vows.
An elderly woman on a mobility scooter traveled to Finsbury Park mosque in London, the sight of the latest terrorist attack in the British capital, to apologize to the imam for the actions of the attacker, who she said is "not a Christian."
In a display of communal solidarity defying the sectarian violence of Islamist militants, Egyptian Christians in Cairo organize daily meals for Muslim neighbors who must fast from dawn to dusk during their holy month of Ramadan.
Archaeologists might start employing a new technology during excavations after the discovery of a previously invisible inscription on the back of an ancient pottery shard dating back to 600 B.C., before the destruction of Judah's Kingdom by the biblical King Nebuchadnezzar.
Do Hollywood people know what marriage is all about? Let's count up the splits just in 2017.
Mattson essentially accuses conservative Christians of succumbing to the Satanic offer of worldly dominion that Jesus rejected. But is the Religious Left absolved for grasping political power because its agenda is reputedly more generous?
Peace isn't easy, especially in today's world. With the recent attacks in Manchester, Kabul, London and Baghdad, we can quickly become disheartened and think that there is nothing we can do.
There's a bizarre argument I'm hearing these days which basically goes like this. "Look at how many churches are embracing homosexual practice. This proves we're getting closer to the truth."
Conscious fixation on our sovereign, gracious, and loving Lord is the only effective remedy for a troubled heart.
From heads of state to business leaders, from mayors to doctors, the international community and a majority of Americans were united in their condemnation of President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change earlier this month.
Teen contraception programs are counterproductive. A new study shows that cutting them actually reduces pregnancies and abortions among teens.
"What did you have or do in your church ten years ago that you don't have or do today?" The top twenty responses were, for me at least, a fascinating mix of the expected and the surprises.
I love Dr. Seuss, but in the real world, joining hands and singing a musical number is not an effective strategy against evil.
In the last week, America and the UK have been rocked by two violent attacks, one targeting a conservative Republican in the states and the other targeting religious Muslims in England. In almost every way, these two horrific events are completely unrelated, and yet the liberal world has found a way of joining them together: the right-wing is dangerous!
When it comes to anxiety and depression, our young people don't need safe spaces. They need Jesus.
Although longtime Democrat voter and Bernie Sanders supporter James Hodgkinson is the one who pulled the trigger at the GOP batting practice in Alexandria, Va. June 14, the Democratic Party and its leftist media sidekicks should take a long look in the mirror.
With his head down and his hands between his knees, Abdullahi, leaned forward in the chair slowly recounting a heartrending story of how his wife and children had been stolen from him.
I know a lot of godless but sorta-kinda-spiritual people who are very happy with their lives. Many of them, especially those in my neck of the woods (the South), even consider themselves "blessed and highly favored."
Dear Dad: You rescued me. Before I was even born, you chose me through adoption. Before you even saw me, your heart opened to me as your son — a child born as a result of rape.
The attempted assassination of Congress members in the middle of a ball park should serve as a stark indicator of the state of a country.
From violent campus protests to the shooting of a congressman, the violent, radical left is rising. But this should not surprise us at all. The handwriting has been on the wall for years.
It's not a pleasant topic. But if we don't talk about dying churches, we will act like there are no problems.
While the Left promotes fake scandals, President Donald Trump proposes real change. Congressional Republicans should keep their eyes on the ball and enact his reforms into law.
Zero times anything is zero. The odds of life just happening by chance are zero. This universe just springing into being by chance is impossible.
He was asking me to take the baby with me, out of the refugee camp, far away from the terror and death they had fled, and back home to America. He would rather give his child to me — a total stranger — than watch her die in his arms.
I don't believe men are the problem — they are, rather, the solution. It's never too late to once again embrace and promote the value of a father — especially if you are one.
The three of them gifted me with the greatest and most rewarding role I have ever been assigned ... the role of being a Dad. No one stirs, moves, motivates or inspires me in the way they do and nobody could have ever brought the tears of joy, pride and sorrow as they have.
The unfortunate truth is that most parents are not successful in raising their children to live a life founded on the Word of God.
Dads play such a formative role in our lives. Sometimes this can be immensely positive, but for so many, their relationship with their father has become devastatingly destructive.
When it comes to youth ministry there are tons of myths floating around out there. Here are 5 of the biggest ones
Even with all of our modern devotion to moral relativism, people still know virtue — and vice — when they see it.