Just five weeks after the Pentagon ended the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military, gay and lesbian service members are filing a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Vanderbilt University is known for its southern charm and challenging academics. But in coming days it might be better known for its religious discrimination.
A small tax exemption case that recently played out in an Alaska superior court could have big implications in the debate over same-sex marriage.
This past Sunday parishioners at the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption in San Francisco discovered a big part of their church history was missing when they left 11 a.m. mass.
Children of God for Life, a nonprofit pro-life organization, announced on Tuesday that it filed a shareholder resolution last week calling on PepsiCo to stop using an aborted fetal cell line in its research and development activities.
Mars Hill Bible Church pastor Rob Bell is leaving life in the pulpit to pursue life on the road. He is launching a new tour called "Fit to Smash Ice.” The tour will be hitting seven cities in the U.S. and Canada starting in November, right before Bell delivers his final sermons at Mars Hill Church in December.
A preliminary hearing over a criminal case against a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Kansas was postponed on Monday. Judge Stephen Tatum delayed the hearing because evidence crucial to the prosecution was destroyed, and he set a status conference for Nov. 9.
Even before Sherwood Baptist Church’s latest film, “Courageous,” earned $21 million at the box office, its senior pastor gave a check for $100,000 on behalf of the church to support some 5,000 missionaries worldwide.
An Alabama megachurch pastor with a heart for the persecuted church will lead tens of thousands of Christians around the world in a “secret church” event in November.
The Buckner Retirement Village in East Dallas, which is operated by a faith-based ministry that promotes healthy Christian lifestyle, will close the doors of its Mary E. Trew assisted living home Dec. 1, because of state regulations being placed on the facility.
Mars Hill Church held services in one of Oregon’s most liberal neighborhoods this past Sunday, drawing some unhappy neighbors in the southeast Portland area.
A Christian school in Illinois reported its glass entry door being smashed by bricks with hateful messages on them early Saturday morning.