This is the world in which Mark Zuckerberg lives, because of which it is totally understandable that he has such a massive blind spot when it comes to Facebook's political identity. Of course it has an extremely liberal identity. What else could he expect?
As most of us living in colder climates know: even after turning up your home's thermostat, sometimes it's just not enough to stay warm. A corner bedroom remains drafty. Guests shudder in the dining room. The garage-turned-workshop, unconnected to the central heating system, is downright icy. Space heaters are a popular and effective way to close the chill gap—one room at a time, without burning through too much money.
Baylor University, a private Baptist institution known for both its athletic teams and research, reportedly fired its six-year school President Ken Starr on Tuesday.
A lawyer representing indicted pro-life activist David Daleiden says a Planned Parenthood lawyer accused of colluding with prosecutors to secure the indictment has admitted that a Houston-area district attorney's office shared "confidential" documents with him about the case.
Just hours after he celebrated his graduation from a local Bible college with his family, a Texas pastor and his three sons were killed in a grisly crash on Saturday that also left his wife and daughter in critical condition while his mother is expected to survive injuries.
As the boycott against Target and its transgender bathroom policies continues, a pro-family group is warning parents that as summer season is approaching, they should not allow their young daughters to try on swimsuits in the retail giant's dressing rooms.
East Liverpool High School was forced by an atheist group to turn away from its 70-year-old tradition of singing the Lord's Prayer at graduation, but the valedictorian chose to lead the class in a recitation of the Christian prayer during the ceremony.
Candace "Chewbacca Mask Lady" Payne uses her fame to encourage youth conference attendees to follow God's leading for their future.
The Rev. Franklin Graham says Target CEO Brian Cornell in denial over the reason for the company's plunging stock prices, insisting that the conservative boycott against the retailer's transgender bathroom policies is playing a key role.
President Barack Obama has named a transgender woman to the President's Advisory Council on Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
A conservative Anglican leader is defending Justin Welby's comment that Christians shouldn't talk about their faith in public by explaining that the archbishop's statement is "half-right."
Christian author and speaker Joyce Meyer says she's seen a good deal of compromise and giving into the ways of the world going on at church, and warns believers that society often blurs the lines between right and wrong.
Belief in eternal punishment in a literal hell is declining among Christians in America. By contrast, belief in heaven is in great shape.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is advising Christians not to talk about their faith unless they're asked to do so.
Pastor Steven Furtick uses the story of an imprisoned Paul in Philippians Chapter 1 as an example of how Christians can determine if they're headed in the right direction in life.
Delegates at the United Methodist Church's General Conference elected the first-ever African president of their highest ecclesiastical court.
Ignoring the well-documented explosion of Pentecostalism in Hispanic nations, Pastor John MacArthur believes that people in the Spanish-speaking world do not know "the true gospel."
Social Club Misfits, known for their Christ-centered hip-hop, talk about the importance of honor and respect as they boldly venture into mainstream music with their radical faith.
Actress Patricia Heaton's post with a pro-life message went viral on social media, but Facebook editors characterized it as "anti-abortion." This comes the day after Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's meeting with conservatives where he denied having a political bias.
Heisman Trophy-winning athlete Tim Tebow has endured many professional disappointments with some NFL dreams yet to be realized, but he refuses to be defeated and is setting out to encourage others in his new book, "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms."
Singer Lauren Daigle reveals how her identity has evolved since making her debut on "American Idol" and maintains that her millennial generation is driven and will excel despite receiving a bad rep.
Lecrae's new book Unashamed lives up to its title, with the rapper recounting the addiction and molestation that he faced in his life.
Up to 120 people have died in large-scale suicide bombings in two Syrian towns on the Mediterranean coast, human rights agencies have said, with the Islamic State terror group taking responsibility for the slaughter.
Barack Obama departed Saturday afternoon for his first trip to Vietnam and Japan. As a goodwill gesture, Vietnam's Communist government released a Catholic priest from prison, but the president's agenda might press for the release of more political prisoners while making no mention of a new highly restrictive religion law being enacted in that country.
A year-long restoration project has officially begun on Jesus' tomb, located in the Church of Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
A new book, Christ's Samurai, tells the story of early Christianity in Japan during the feudal era in the 17th century, when some Christians were branded with hot irons, dipped repeatedly in boiling water and crucified, for being part of an uprising.
China Aid has reported in its 2015 Annual Report of Religious and Human Rights Persecution in China that as many as 20,000 people suffered religious persecution by the Communist Party throughout the year.
Filmmaker Cristóbal Krusen, the founder of the cinematic ministry Messenger Films, released a new book earlier this month that explains how the Christian faith inspired a number of historical figures who had huge impacts on secular society at the time in which they lived.
Women who attend religious services more than once each week live 33 percent longer than women who don't, according to a new study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
A book by the notable Hispanic evangelical leader the Reverend Samuel Rodriguez is calling upon Christians to become light in a messy, dark world.
Cuban artist and poet Armando Valladares who spent 22 years in Fidel Castro's gulags for refusing to put a placard on his desk at work that said: "I am with Fidel," was awarded the Canterbury Medal Thursday night in New York City.