Creationist Ken Ham blasts those who use Christianity and God's Word to defend the "abominable practice of abortion" and calls it murder, stressing that God pronounced the death penalty for those who would murder another human being in the Old Testament.
Talk radio host Glenn Beck encouraged his 3.3 million Facebook followers to join him and his family in fasting for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz after the South Carolina GOP primary.
Rev. Franklin Graham criticized Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and City Council members who voted to pass a controversial ordinance that would allow transgender residents to use either a men's or women's bathroom, depending on the gender with which they identify.
Jordan Smith, who won last year's The Voice, asked his coach Adam Levine for marriage advice, and received this suggestion: "Listen to the woman, man. She's always right."
Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams quoted verses from the Bible as he explained how his faith has helped him cope with the grief as he gave a speech at a memorial service for his wife, who died in a car accident.
Thousands of mourners gathered in Washington, D.C. Saturday for Justice Antonin Scalia's funeral, which was led by his son, a priest. President Obama did not attend the mass.
During a campaign rally for Marco Rubio in South Carolina an elderly man in the crowd collapsed just as the presidential candidate was giving a speech. Rubio stopped, and prayed for the man.
Donald Trump has firmly established himself as the frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination after winning the South Carolina primary.
Pastor Brian McLaren Rewrites 'Pro-War' Church Hymns Amid Talk of 'Carpet Bombing' in Republican Debates
In his efforts to reshape faith in America, controversial evangelical Pastor Brian McLaren is rewriting traditional Christian hymns, such as "Onward Christian Soldiers," which he finds outdated theologically due to the nature of their metaphors.
A private letter written after a funeral by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a leading conservative voice on the high court who died recently, offers a glimpse his personal faith.
The Christian Post obtained an early copy of a letter sent to President Barack Obama from more than 100 organizations and individuals urging his administration to declare Islamic State atrocities as genocide against all minorities, including Christians.
UK Church Hosts 'Blasphemous' Play Portraying Jesus as Trans. Woman 'Queen of Heaven' for Queer Festival
A controversial play that reimagines Jesus as a transgender woman who refers to God as "Mum" was performed at a church in England during the annual LGBT "sparkle weekend," offending many Christians and Church leaders.
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, the former chief of Defense Intelligence Agency in the Obama administration, said Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton should withdraw from the presidential race as the FBI is investigating her use of a private email server for official government communication.
After Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz attacked Marco Rubio's record on Planned Parenthood at the Faith and Family Presidential Forum, some pro-life leaders called the accusation "inaccurate and misleading," "a disservice" and "bitterly disappointing."
Justice Antonin Scalia's Death Jeopardizes Little Sisters' Birth Control Mandate, Texas Abortion Law Cases
The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could lead to re-argument of some key cases, including those related to exemptions from Obamacare's contraception mandate and a Texas abortion law, which are under review.
An annual survey of first-year students suggests that colleges and universities across America are experiencing a rise in student activism over the past year, and with that an increase in liberal intolerance.
Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill met for more than two hours and signed a joint declaration in Havana, Cuba, marking the first meeting between the heads of the Roman Catholic and the Russian Orthodox churches in nearly 1,000 years and declaring they are "brothers."
Justice Antonin Scalia Remembered as Defender of Constitution, Believer in Jesus by Christian Leaders
Christian groups and leaders paid tributes to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died at age 79 Saturday, as a defender of the Founding Fathers' vision and a believer in Jesus.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese students come as atheists to study in colleges and universities in the United States but thousands of them accept Jesus into their lives as they get exposed to Christian beliefs, according to reports.
Hundreds of Yazidi women who were forced by Islamic State into sexual slavery have come together to form an all-female battalion to launch a massive assault against their abusers in Iraq.
Turkish archaeologists excavating the world's largest known underground city in the Cappadocia region of central Turkey have found a fifth century underground church with scenes of Jesus rising into the sky.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson responded to North Korea's launch of a satellite or similar device into orbit during the weekend provoking the U.S. and its allies, saying, as president, he would use "every arrow in our quiver," including military, to check the nuclear and missile technology of the communist dictatorship.
ISIS is crucifying civilians accused of spying by stringing them up on advertising billboards and leaving them there to hang for days in the Libyan city of Sirte.
In its new recommendations, the Centers for Disease Control says young women should completely abstain from alcohol so that babies are not born with fetal alcohol syndrome, the leading known preventable cause of developmental and physical birth defects in the U.S.
Canada's Christian leaders and medical practitioners expressed concerns to lawmakers over a proposed law on physician-assisted death, which, they say, would force them to perform legalized euthanasia.