Former first lady Laura Bush revealed in an interview this week that she supports the legalization of same-sex marriage an
Liberty University is setting up a committee to investigate whether claims made by its seminary president about his Muslim background are accurate.
Michigan congressman Bart Stupak, who played a pivotal role in the passage of the health care bill, said there is something worse than the hatred – including death threats and angry calls to his house – he experienced because of his support for the legislation.
Some conservative groups expressed concern over the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday.
Despite a few jokes by speakers to lighten the mood, the National Day of Prayer event at Capitol Hill on Thursday was solemn.
Billboards challenging the National Day of Prayer are erected in Colorado Springs, the home of the prayer day's task force and other evangelical organizations.
A Florida school district is being sued for "persistent and widespread" restrictions on religious expression.
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates advised members of Congress to wait until the Pentagon completes its review of the effects of repealing the "don't ask, don't tell" policy before changing the rule.
Christians representing all 50 states joined national leaders at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday to "cry to God for a nation in distress."
A majority of Americans oppose the recent censorship of an episode of South Park that depicted the Muslim Prophet Muhammad, a survey shows.
In a splintered 5-4 ruling, the justices said "the constitution does not oblige government to avoid any public acknowledgment of religion's role in society."
Across the nation this week, some young adults will be sending a hard-to-miss message about life using their clothes.
Faith, labor and community groups will join forces from New York City to San Francisco to protest the "harmful practices" of big banks starting Tuesday.
Jennifer Knapp, the Christian music artist who announced this month that she is gay, recently questioned the authenticity of Bible translations on the issue of homosexuality.
President Obama visited Billy Graham for the first time on Sunday when he briefly met the elderly evangelist at his North Carolina home
Argentina-born evangelist Luis Palau celebrated his 50th year of ministry Thursday evening in the presence of a Grammy Award winning artist and the mayor of Portland.
The Army rescinded its invitation to Franklin Graham to speak at the Pentagon for the National Day of Prayer over concerns about his remarks about Islam.
About two dozen members of Congress joined religious leaders Wednesday for a news conference on Capitol Hill to defend the National Day of Prayer.
Two lesbians became the first same-sex couple in the United Kingdom to list both their names as parents on the birth certificate of a baby conceived through in vitro fertilization.
Some Christian leaders have expressed support for President Obama's order to extend hospital visitation and health care decision rights of same-sex couples.
A Christian legal group has launched a new effort aimed at protecting churches from excessive and unconstitutional government intrusion.
Nebraska's governor signed two landmark bills Tuesday that put unprecedented restrictions on abortions performed in the state.
A national humanist group has unveiled a new billboard that replaces the word "God" in the national motto so that the new phrase reads "In Good We Trust."
Conservative pastors and theologians will convene in Louisville, Ky., starting Tuesday for a biennial conference to reaffirm the central doctrine of the Christian faith.
Focus on the Family will kick off a 12-city tour Monday to educate couples on how to strengthen their marriage, parenting skills, and family life.