Norma McCorvey, the anonymous plaintiff known as "Jane Roe" in the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion, died Saturday. She was 69.
As many as 78 members of Congress have signed a letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urging him to release a Christian pastor from North Carolina, who was imprisoned in Turkey on a false terrorism charge because of his Christian faith.
A diverse coalition of women's rights advocates across the political spectrum are blasting 'gender identity' laws and transgenderism because, they say, it amounts to the erasure of women, voyeurism, and practicing eugenics on children.
Tony Dungy, the first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl, detailed at a race and faith forum on Thursday how he almost let racism end his football career before it even got started.
A firefighter who was praying for a third child with his wife had his prayers answered when he was allowed to adopt a baby girl he delivered during an emergency call.
Florida's highest court decided to reinstate an injunction against a state law that mandated a 24-hour waiting period to have an abortion.
A Georgetown University professor has outraged human rights advocates and Muslim students with his recent defense of slave labor and non-consensual sex.
The fact that exit polls show that 81 percent of evangelical voters and a majority of white Christians voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election represents a "crisis in the Church" and shows that the Church is more racially divided than ever, Rev. Jim Wallis has warned.
Best-selling conservative author Ann Coulter recently claimed that President Donald Trump is, in her opinion, "head of state" and now "head of church."
Several conservative leaders and organizations are speaking out against the "devastating blow to religious liberty" after the Washington Supreme Court ruled that Christian grandma florist Barronelle Stutzman violated an anti-discrimination law for refusing to provide services for a same-sex wedding.
David Platt, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board, apologized Wednesday for the division caused by the organization's decision to join an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief to support a New Jersey Islamic society's right to build a mosque.
Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines revealed this week that he prayed for former President Barack Obama and his family almost every day by name during the course of his eight-year term and he plans on doing the same for recently installed President Donald Trump.
A new survey shows a substantial number of evangelicals favor scrapping the rule that forbids religious organizations and other tax-exempt entities from participating directly in politics, while others think the move might damage the Church's witness.
Evangelist Greg Laurie has said that much like Chip and Joanna Gaines' "Fixer Upper" television show on HGTV, God also takes the old and outdated, and transforms into something fresh and new.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, has argued that although it may seem "kind and idealistic" for God to allow everyone into Heaven, it would not be fair to place criminals with their victims for eternity.
Presbyterian Church (USA) will soon be launching an educational forum for interfaith discussions on Facebook Live.
Naghmeh Abedini, a campaigner for religious freedom, has slammed movies like the recently released erotic-drama "Fifty Shades Darker" and the porn industry by suggesting that they feed a culture of abuse.
After the team at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards confused gospel music powerhouse and Pastor Shirley Caesar for fellow gospel music veteran CeCe Winans, the latter had something to say.
Even though she was raised in a Baptist church, Britney Spears has dabbled in Kabbalah and Hindu beliefs throughout the years. These days she has decided to focus on Scripture by sharing Bible verses with fans.
Chris Pratt has become one of the busiest celebrities in Hollywood but has not shied away from talking about his faith in public. In a recent Instagram post, the "Passengers" actor shared that his most prized possession is a reclaimed wooden keepsake of Jesus made by his brother.
The world witnessed musician Teddy Campbell and his gospel singer-songwriter wife Tina's relationship unravel due to his infidelity four years ago. But now the pair are digging deeper than the surface to reveal how being broken individuals who tried to fix things with sex almost ended their marriage.
What if fairy tales were wrong to suggest that two people fall in love and live "happily ever after?" Willie Moore Jr. wants to help couples change that narrative and their expectations with his new book "Happily After All: How to Keep Your Relationship Going When You Are Tired of Trying" by encouraging people to fight for healthy relationships.
A British pastor who describes himself as "same-sex attracted," but who affirms the biblical definition of marriage between one man and one woman, has revealed that while he was bullied in school for being gay, he now feels bullied by those within the Church who support gay marriage.
Any U.S. policy that would prioritize the resettlement of Christian refugees from Iraq and Syria might help ISIS accomplish its goal of pushing historic Christian communities out of their ancient homelands in the Middle East, an Arab Christian leader has warned.
The evangelical humanitarian aid group Samaritan's Purse is helping save the lives of badly injured Islamic State fighters wounded during the liberation battle in the terror group's Iraqi stronghold of Mosul.
Christians in India are demanding that the government obtain the freedom of Fr. Tom Uzhunnalil, a priest who is being held hostage by Islamic extremists who kidnapped him in Yemen last year.
An Islamist gunman, who has confessed to the killing of 39 people at an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day, told a court that he had aimed to kill Christians during his attack, Hurriyet newspaper said on Monday, citing testimony given this weekend.
Tens of millions of Americans were shocked to their core by the unforeseen, unprecedented, and turbulent presidential election of 2016. Even more shocking for many have been the divisive rhetoric, demonstrations (sometimes violent) and vows of complete resistance to President Trump and his new administration commencing before his inauguration.
Is Genesis history? That is the title of an intriguing new film, hosted by Del Tackett, who created and hosted "The Truth Project" (for Focus on the Family), which was seen by some 12 million people worldwide.
Over the past 15 years of ministry, there have been multiple times when I've counseled with a husband, or my wife has counseled with another wife, who wanted to leave their spouse.
How did these few churches go from near death to vibrant life? Here are their stories.
There is only one thing more appalling than the Washington Supreme Court's 9-0 ruling against religious liberty today.
Jesus doesn't hand out Get Out Of Hell Free passes — he hands out crosses. He warned it would not be those who merely profess his lordship over their lives that inherit the Kingdom of heaven.
Hollywood certainly knew what it was doing when it combined two of the favorite things of most U.S. kids — Legos and Batman — into an animated film.
Objective realities aren't subject to feelings, but increasingly, that's the verdict of our celebrity-driven culture. Just ask Beyoncé's twins.
The Washington State Supreme Court has punished a florist for running her business according to her faith.
What does the Bible have to say about how to have an uncomfortable conversation about compensation? Is it more "Christian" to take a lower salary and give up worldly riches?
It must be nice to be untouchable by mainstream media. You can lie through those shiny white teeth and mainstream media will treat every rehearsed and distorted word like truth.
I should have mentioned something. I was in a position to, but I didn't!
A Christian worldview impacts every area of life. Including making your house a home.
What can we gather from the life of the famous preacher George Whitefield for our edification and encouragement today?
Last month the Guttmacher Institute released updated abortion statistics for the United States. Their latest survey of abortion facilities indicate that the number of abortions fell by approximately five percent between 2011 and 2014.
Singer and actor Harry Connick Jr. had a unique idea for a talk show. He just didn't know if anyone else would go along with it.
It turns out that Planned Parenthood is not interested in seeing you if you're planning to become a parent. So why do they keep insisting otherwise? Money.
That is an unpopular idea right there — that God opposes the faithless. It's definitely not something frequently proclaimed from pulpits in America.
Compromising. We don't like that word. But compromising is indeed a necessary trait for leaders, even leaders in the local church. Allow me then to offer five basic principles of compromising for those who serve the local church.
In some respects, it would be hard to imagine a more direct rebuke to Big Abortion than Beyoncé's elaborate performance at Sunday night's Grammy Awards.
Some Christian Post readers were upset to find an opinion with which they disagreed on The Christian Post opinion page. In light of this feedback, I, the opinion editor, will clarify what we, the CP editors, seek to accomplish on the opinion page.
Once in a while a character crosses the world stage and plays a completely unexpected, although important role, in history. Lars Olof Lennart Nilsson, who died on January 28 at the age of 94, was just such a man.
Apparently, fighting for the soul of America is an unacceptable occupation for believers. I'm also hearing that it is exceptionally inappropriate for former good girls like me, a widowed pastor's wife, who is supposedly nosediving toward Hades because she speaks out against the darkness of these days using her writing.
It is the time of year most known for flowers, love letters, chocolates, and single people being more aware of their relationship status.
Valentine's Day has long been a popular romantic holiday when couples share tangible expressions of love with one another. But what about those who are not currently in a loving relationship?
The recent story about Carrie Underwood and Jen Hatmaker affirming homosexual behavior has my head spinning. Admittedly, my emotions range freely between confusion and sorrow when I observe the way so many professing believers treat those caught up in the sin of homosexuality.
Sunday night, Chance the Rapper became the first artist to win a Grammy without selling physical copies of his music — or selling much of his music at all.
One aspect of Christianity is so amazing, that it impresses even the CBS Evening News.
How can we test for rightwing hypocrisy? Here are some telltale signs.
If you have ever wondered what "eternity" is like, guess what? You are already in it!
"Protectionism" was a key theme in President Trump's inaugural address. "Protection will lead us to prosperity and strength." Later that week, President Trump backed up the rhetoric with action; he pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.
Allow me to share some of the best responses I have heard from churches that have gone through this tragic time.