Christians in the U.K. have come a step closer to clarification on the country’s confusing Equality Laws after an intervention by the European court in Strasbourg.
Parents might be upset about her new music video, but for RnB singer Rihanna, it’s water off a duck’s back. The 23-year-old has taken to Twitter to defend the video for her new song, “Man Down”
They are some of the most popular TV shows of all time but all the while they were pushing the liberal agenda of their makers onto viewing audiences worldwide, a new book has claimed.
Governor Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency in Massachusetts after tornadoes left at least four people dead on Wednesday. According to authorities, two people were killed in West Springfield, one in Springfield and another in Brimfield.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday in favor of agnostic parents who filed a lawsuit to prevent prayers being said at their son’s high school graduation.
A senior Egyptian general said women who were arrested during protests against the government in March were forced to undergo "virginity tests."
A top music executive believes British singer Adele's success could break the reliance of "sex sells" among female music artists
City officials in Charlotte, North Carolina, slap fine on church for improperly pruning trees
The Crystal Cathedral is being put on the market as the church seeks a way out of its crippling debt. The Orange County church is hoping the sale of its imposing glass building will generate enough revenue to make good with some 550 creditors
A federal appeals court has come down on the side of a Christian evangelist who was barred by a Detroit suburb from handing out leaflets at an Arab-American street festival.
It’s a good season for Christian rockers Skillet. They’ve just bagged a coveted spot on the soundtrack for the forthcoming "Transformers" installment, "Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon."
During his six-day tour of Europe, President Barack Obama signed the guestbook at Westminster Abbey in London. What's drawing media attention, however, is that he dated it May 24, 2008. That was the year Obama was elected president.
A church in leafy England has seen its attendance double since the arrival of its new curate, a young pretty blonde.
Focus on the Family may have made an impression with its campaign against abortion, but it is not enjoying the same success with its efforts to uphold traditional marriage
Christian groups are offering their prayers and practical support after a giant tornado ravaged Joplin, Mo. Some residents have described the scene as a war zone or as if Armageddon came.
A top Vatican official has told the Catholic Church’s aid arm that it must retain a vibrant Christian identity and that their work “could never be limited to assisting people’s material needs.”
The notorious protests against homosexuals by the Westboro Baptist Church have backfired after prominent comedian Lisa Lampanelli felt inspired to donate to a gay charity on their behalf.
Churches in Libya have lost large numbers of worshippers in the months since conflict broke out in the north African country. One church in the city of Benghazi, the main stronghold of the rebel forces, has seen its congregation drop from around 1,000 to 40.
A new Census Bureau report shows that the majority of Americans are still happy to say "I do." Census figures show that 55 percent of adults had been married once by 2009.
A party formed by the Muslim Brotherhood to run in Egypt’s next parliamentary elections has chosen a Coptic intellectual as its vice president, in an effort to broaden its appeal.
A devout Catholic in Florida has angered members of his congregation by asking that they pray for Osama bin Laden in their next Mass. Henry Borja’s request has been granted by Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Hollywood actor Brad Pitt says his upbringing in a religious family was "very stifling"
One Florida pastor wants his flock to "fast" from Facebook once a week to help them focus on their “more significant relationships.”
A Christian man kidnapped by insurgents and held to ransom for $100,000 has been found dead. The body of Ashur Issa Yaqub was found by police in Kirkuk