An outspoken Christian attorney will be debating Wednesday with the president of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) over the role that the government has in monitoring pornography that is accessible to youth.
Thousands of local students in Binghamton, N.Y., about 180 miles northwest of New York, are expected to attend Rock the City, an event featuring Will Graham, the grandson of prominent evangelist Billy Graham, and Christian rock band TAIT.
A Christian guest speaker at a Boston College event titled Understanding Christian Support for Israel spoke to attendees about the relationship Christians have with Jews and the rift that has been created among them.
A recent study that was published in this months edition of Sleep, the official journal of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, recorded findings that suggest that lack of sleep can impair a persons ability to make moral decisions.
A new environment-friendly solar powered talking Bible is out for sale now at various online websites.
Concerned Women for America (CWA) has voiced its concern against a required freshman advisory class at Deerfield High School (DHS) in Deerfield, Ill., led by the Straight and Gay Alliance where homosexual upperclassmen share about their high school experiences with new students.
An award-winning high school yearbook agreed Thursday to put God back into a parent-purchased ad after a legal group put forward a complaint disputing the words removal and replacement.
Tornadoes have hit areas all over the South the past week, killing and injuring many people in its path as well as destroying local businesses and houses.
A dozen students attending Heritage High School in Vancouver, Wash., located on the states southern border, were suspended on Friday for praying at school.
Since the start of the new year, states around the nation have been forced to address the intelligent design versus evolution debate and take a stance on what to teach.
Representatives from 45 member states of the United Nations have gathered at the United Nations headquarters in New York for the 51st annual session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), the principal global policy-making body dedicated exclusively to gender equality and advancement of women.
A director at the nations largest public policy womens organization criticized the United Nations upcoming meetings discussing the worlds girl childs, noting that the organization is not addressing negative cultural influences in girls lives.