Pro-family groups are upset over a ruling in Maryland this week that has approved a homosexual-friendly sexual-education curriculum.
One of South Koreas top banks has unveiled a new I am a Pastor credit card aimed at giving religious leaders a break.
Attorneys on behalf of a Texas school district filed a motion Monday to the federal court supporting a Bible class that officials say has been taught appropriately.
Representatives from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) brought up a lawsuit Tuesday asking for the removal of a portrait from a Louisiana courthouse that depicts Jesus Christ.
The state of Iowa has renewed the contract for a decade-old Bible-based prison rehabilitation program for its final year despite a federal court order that plans on shutting down the operation.
A Hindu chaplain will lead the U.S. Senate in prayer this month. Christian senators, in response, have expressed their approval of the event because it reflects the right to free speech
With a severe drought devastating the state, Alabama Gov. Bob Riley has called on all the states citizens to unite in prayer for rain.
The controversial $27 million Creation Museum located just outside Cincinnati has made a fairly strong start, boasting 40,000 visitors since its opening on Memorial Day.
An art and entertainment production group in Portland, Maine, has been distributing fliers in search of gay and lesbian youth as young as twelve years old.
With the death of four their six sextuplet children within a week of birth, two Minnesota natives are standing as models of faith.
A Gulf War veteran who was set to die in an Arizona hospital was found to have regained complete consciousness on Tuesday.
A controversial legislation, nicknamed the sexual indoctrination bill by some conservative groups, that would ban bias against homosexuals, transgenders, and bisexuals at public school passed the California Assembly Judiciary Committee on Tuesday morning.
An Arizona professor will return to teaching classes this fall following a months-long campaign over a Thanksgiving email he sent out to the college community.
Members of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations (CMDA) met in Orlando over the weekend for their yearly national meeting.
Scientists from a major pro-intelligent design (ID) think tank praised a Darwinist this past Friday over an article he wrote on their controversial concept.
New York City Councilman Tony Avella (D-Bayside) will announce a resolution on Sunday in an attempt to overturn a court ruling that bans Nativity scenes at public schools during the Christmas season.
A Christian club in a Los Angeles-area high school was recently given equal access to use school facilities after it had originally been discriminated against by school officials.
Michael Behe, a leading biochemist at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., has released his second book detailing evidence for intelligent design (ID).
A bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in New York was passed Tuesday by an 85-61 vote in the Democratic-led Assembly.
Officials for an Idaho county fair recently announced that restrictions held against two religious groups at their yearly event will be lifted, allowing free exercise for the ministries activities.
A Christian litigation group is accusing the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of unfairly putting pressure on a Florida school district to remove free religious speech at graduation ceremonies.
Could prayer in schools be making a comeback? Two attorneys in California say it could.
A Texas bus driver accused of manslaughter was acquitted by a local jury on Thursday after the members had stopped to pray to God for guidance.
A majority of Republicans do not believe in evolution, according to a Gallup Poll released Monday.
A bill that could have legalized assisted suicide in California had a silent death this past Thursday after the bills major supporter shelved it, realizing it would not have enough Democratic votes to pass out of the Assembly.