A student and part-time police officer has been charged with the first-degree murder of a fellow student at Mid-Atlantic Christian University in Elizabeth City, N.C.
A student at Mid-Atlantic Christian University confessed to fatally shooting a fellow student Sunday but claims he acted in self-defense.
Christian medical professionals are hailing the latest breakthrough in stem cell research, claiming that it further proves that the destruction of embryos is unnecessary to find cures for disease.
A team of planet hunters announced this past week the discovery of an "Earth-sized" planet that it said could be "potentially habitable." But some say there is much more needed for life to emerge than water.
Schwarzenegger has vetoed a bill seeking to ensure that recent changes to Texas' social studies curriculum in no way affect California's.
Renowned geneticist and theistic evolutionist Francis Collins was among the hundreds, if not thousands, of Christians who set apart time Monday to pray for prominent atheist Christopher Hitchens.
Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, Neb., will officially become Midland University on Oct. 20 amid record enrollment for its 2010-2011 academic year.
The Florida preacher who planned to burn Qurans on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks says he won't "ever" burn Islam's sacred text.
World leaders and the media have been challenged to condemn radical actions committed against Christians as they had done with one church's plan to burn Qurans.
Saturday's scheduled "Burn a Quran Day" is off but the preacher behind the controversial event has yet received the "sign from God" that would finally put an end to it – the moving of the proposed Islamic center near New York City's Ground Zero.
Just hours after canceling "International Burn A Quran Day," the Florida church behind the controversial event said Thursday it could move forward with its original plan if the deal it thought it struck turns out to be non-existent.
The group behind the proposed Islamic center near New York City's Ground Zero is refuting reports claiming that the $100 million, 13-story facility will move as part of an agreement to stop the planned Quran burning in Florida.
The Florida preacher who planned to burn copies of Islam's sacred text this weekend said Thursday that his church has agreed to cancel the event after striking a deal with the imam behind the proposed Islamic center and mosque in New York City.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is advocating for comprehensive sex education programs to counter the influence of sexually suggestive and explicit media.
With less than two weeks before "Everybody Pray for Hitchens Day," cancer-stricken Christopher Hitchens is encouraging believers to hold off on praying for him.
Physicist Stephen Hawking made headlines this past week for taking on arguably the most influential scientist in human history, Sir Isaac Newton.
Southern California megachurch pastor Phil Hotsenpiller will be hosting a three-day seminar over the Labor Day weekend to discuss theological perspectives of current events and their relation to the "last days."
Gordon College President Dr. R. Judson Carlberg has announced his intention to retire on June 30, 2011, after 35 years of service at the multidenominational school in Wenham, Mass.
A theological college known widely for its research and resources has been awarded a one million dollar gift from an Islamic think tank to help endow a professorship in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations.
Popular conservative broadcaster Glenn Beck is not among the 20 or so percent of Americans who believes that President Obama is a Muslim.
After having stonewalled public requests for months, the Obama administration relented this past week in releasing a taxpayer-supported study on the attitudes and opinions of adolescents and their parents regarding sex, abstinence, and abstinence messages.
Around 2,000 ministers and religious leaders are expected to attend Glenn Beck's "Divine Destiny" event Friday night ahead of his more publicized "Restoring Honor" rally on Saturday.
LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas, has received a five million-dollar gift to establish an endowed scholarship fund for home-schooled students.
U.K. doctors who are not religious are more likely to take steps to help end a very sick patient's life than doctors who are very religious, according to the findings of a new study.
A Christian liberal arts college that has been supported by Campus Crusade for Christ for over a decade has named renowned apologist Dinesh D'Souza as its new president, according to an announcement Monday.