Theological conservatives and liberals alike this week mourned the loss of influential and controversial theologian Dr. Clark H. Pinnock, who died this past Sunday from a heart attack.
A North Carolina private college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) cannot have police officers with the power to arrest suspects and enforce state law because the school is a religious institution, the state court of appeals ruled Tuesday.
The Alabama Community College System will no longer demand that a private divinity college and seminary cease offering all of its associate and bachelor programs in religion, ministry, theological studies, and Bible.
The Leadership Institute of the World Evangelical Alliance has formed an educational partnership with a Bible-based university in downtown San Francisco, according to an announcement last week.
An online medical journal has retracted an article about a woman who was cured by Jesus Christ as recorded in three of the four books of the Gospel.
The superintendent of a Christian school in California that recently fired 11 employees over their religious beliefs says staff there are employed based upon her school's decades-old statement of faith.
Trinity Baptist College in Jacksonville, Fla., has concluded its search for a new president and CEO with the selection of longtime Board of Trustees member Mac Heavener.
An organization of over 2,500 Korean American pastors and their congregations expressed disappointment Wednesday over the announcement by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding new sanctions against North Korea.
Dana College is mobilizing its alumni and supporters to write to elected leaders about the recent decision of an accrediting body to deny its request for change of control.
A new Bible college in central Florida has been established by Reformed theologian Dr. R.C. Sproul and his teaching fellowship, according an announcement this past week.
The Rev. Dr. George W. "Bill" Webber, a former president of New York Theological Seminary and a well known leader in urban ministry, died this past weekend at his home in Maplewood, N.J. He was 90.
An evangelical Christian publisher is defending the integrity of the books written by Dr. Ergun Caner weeks after the ex-Muslim theologian was demoted by his school for making self-contradictory statements.
An effort to encourage civility in public discourse and behavior has gained little support from the 585 elected U.S. officials who were asked earlier this year to commit to a simple 32-word pledge.
The World Evangelical Alliance will be holding its 2014 General Assembly in South Korea, according to an announcement Saturday.
A professor who teaches at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is still in critical condition after the bus he was riding in fell off an elevated road in South Korea on route to the country's international airport in Incheon.
A Christian legal group that stepped into a multi-million dollar fraud case against Planned Parenthood affiliates in California is hailing the recent decision by the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals to reinstate the dismissed lawsuit.
Dana College's Board of Regents decided Wednesday to commence the closing of the Blair, Neb., school after their request for change of control was denied.
The Board of Regents at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., named Dr. Paul J. Dovre interim president of the school on Wednesday – three weeks after the sudden death of President Pamela M. Jolicoeur.
Hundreds of pro-Israel Christians will converge in Philadelphia Friday night for the start of what event planners are expecting to be the largest pro-Israel conference of the year.
The oldest known images of the apostles Andrew and John have been found in a catacomb near St. Paul's Basilica in Rome, Vatican officials announced Tuesday.
A church reform think-tank is urging Christians to take action on behalf of Mosab Hassan Yousef as the disowned son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef prepares to face a deportation hearing at the end of the month.
The president of Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., died Wednesday afternoon after suffering a stroke in her home earlier in the morning.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is apparently not among Mosab Hassan Yousef's admirers as it's currently seeking to deport the 32-year-old asylum seeker, who currently resides in San Diego.
"Repentant" former megachurch pastor Ted Haggard will make a "surprise groundbreaking" announcement next Wednesday from his home in Colorado Springs, Colo., a spokesperson reported Thursday.
A Christian biochemist among those hailing the recent creation of the first-ever "synthetic cell," though not for the same reasons as most.