The percentage of Americans who say there is solid evidence that the earth is warming dropped sharply over the past year, according to the latest national survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press.
The Lutheran World Federation is expected to elect a new general secretary Thursday as its governing body opens a six-day meeting in Geneva.
Leaders of a Christian movement focused on world evangelization marked the one-year count down to their third major gathering in over three decades Friday.
Atheist author Richard Dawkins has made it loud and clear that he believes faith has no place in science and that a public debate between him and a creationist – of any type – is out of the question.
An eccentric atheist from the San Francisco Bay Area has illustrated over 4,450 scenes from 412 stories in the Bible almost entirely with Lego blocks.
News of President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize win Friday generated a flurry of reactions across the nation and the world – from high praise and approval to criticism and disbelief.
Franklin Graham will no longer accept contributions to his retirement plan from the two organizations he leads – at least until the current economic climate changes for the better.
While a media outlets around the world are touting a nearly two-decade-old find as the oldest known skeleton of a potential human ancestor, creationists point out that even the team of researchers who unveiled the reconstructed fossil cannot refute the possibility that it might be simply that of an extinct ape.
More than 400 people from the late D. James Kennedy's famed Florida megachurch have left to form their own congregation following an unsuccessful effort to ouster their new pastor.
A team of researchers unveiled Thursday research findings on the skeleton of a hominid who is now being touted by some as the earliest known human ancestor of modern-day man.
An institution devoted to promoting science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values organized the first observance of Blasphemy Day on Wednesday, supposedly as part of a larger campaign for free expression.
A powerful earthquake rocked western Indonesia Wednesday, killing more than 500 people and exasperating international relief groups that have been juggling between two other disasters that struck in the past week.
A megachurch in Glendale, Ariz., unanimously voted Sunday to cut ties with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and will be joining the smaller Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ.
Oral Roberts University inaugurated its new president Friday during a ceremony attended by over 4,000 students, faculty, staff, and alumni, with community leaders and friends.
Oral Roberts University has resolved all of its long-term debt, according to an announcement Wednesday, just two days before the historically charismatic school inaugurates its third president.
The famed Fla. megachurch founded by the late D. James Kennedy will not be dissolving the relationship with its new senior pastor following a high anticipated vote Sunday.
The president of the International Mission Board announced Wednesday his intention to retire after serving at the helm for nearly 17 years – the second-longest tenure of any IMB president in the last century.
A Texas megachurch pastor will face off against the founder of a website that promotes adultery Thursday night in a debate that will air next week on ABC Nightline.
A new study is suggesting a "strong" link between the religiosity of a state's residents and the teen birth rate there. But the researchers cautioned against inferring from their results that "Religious teens get pregnant more often."
Elders at the famed megachurch founded by the late D. James Kennedy have scheduled a congregational meeting for this Sunday to determine the fate of their new senior pastor, the Rev. Tullian Tchividjian.
President Obama condemned the killing of an anti-abortion activist on Sunday as some 200 people gathered for a vigil near the site where the man was shot.
A "gentle" pro-life activist who was well known in his town for his anti-abortion displays was gunned down Friday, sparking a wave of statements from several of the nation's leading pro-life groups.
Pro-life leaders across the nation made it clear Thursday that President Obama's claim that "no federal dollars will be used to fund abortions" is misleading and flat out not true.
President Barack Obama tried to make it clear Wednesday where he stands on the issue of health care as Congress struggles to revamp the nation's health care system.
Christian relief groups are coming to the aid of the thousands in Indonesia who were affected by the 7.0-magnitude earthquake earlier this week.