The University of Southern California has received a $6.9 million grant to study the growth, reach, and impact of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity - one of the world’s fastest growing religious movements.
Although most parents say they are trying to improve their parenting skills, few look to the Bible or church for guidance, a new study shows. Furthermore, few say they are familiar with biblical teaching on parenting.
The world's largest association of evangelical Christian schools named a new president this week.
Orthodox Christians in America must affirm their identity if they are to have a strong future amid a secularizing reality in the United States, a Greek Orthodox scholar said.
Auburn Theological Seminary, one of the first theological institutions in the country to educate women, recently elected its second woman president.
Christian video and social networking site GodTube.com has changed its name and purpose. The popular Web site is now called tangle.com and is no longer catering toward only Christians, the Dallas Morning News reports.Tags Technology
The Georgia-based food charity that is being investigated by federal authorities reported that demand for its services is up from previous months. Distribution of its food boxes this month was up 63 percent from the same month last year.
A new book by a Christian apologist seeks to help believers defend their faith through artful diplomacy rather than confrontation.
Yale Divinity School is expanding its international student exchange program to Asia, partnering with theological schools in Hong Kong and Singapore.
The founder of Answers in Genesis told the conference crowd in the opening session that America is becoming less of a Christian nation everyday and that it is due in part to the influence of Darwinism.
A non-denominational ministry that provides low-cost food to the poor is being investigated by the FBI and IRS. Tax records show that the ministry's founding leaders and their family members received unusually high salaries in 2006, each receiving around half a million dollars.Tags NGOs
A new campaign by the National Bible Association to encourage Bible reading highlights the influence the Holy Book had on slave abolitionist William Wilberforce and other freedom heroes.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has opened conversations between the church and academia on feminist theologies, hoping to develop insight on how the Church can live out its commitment to combat sexism in the church and society and to advocate justice for women.
Not all scientists aren't jumping on the bandwagon to welcome the FDA decision last week that gave a California biotechnology company permission to conduct the first-ever human trial for a treatment derived from embryonic stem cells.Tags Ethics/rights
God and religion have gone "missing" at the newly opened Capitol Visitor Center in Washington and television audiences will get a first-hand look how during a national televised program that airs today.