New research shows that the younger generation in America is less likely to view the Bible as accurate or sacred, but at the same time they are slightly more interested in gaining knowledge about the Bible than older generations.
A Christian legal group this week announced it has donated more than $100 million worth of pro bono ligation work towards defending religious liberty in the United States and elsewhere.
The case of a former kindergarten student whose art project with Jesus was censored by his New York school will be heard in an appeals court Friday.
The Senate Finance Committee passed its version of the health care bill Tuesday, formally opening the door for the legislation to be debated in the full House and Senate.
California conservatives say they are "disappointed" and "appalled" by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's signing into law two pro-gay bills, including the Harvey Milk Day legislation which honors the pro-gay rights activist.
A medical doctor from Costa Rica, a nurse from Ecuador, and a biochemist from Brazil are among the professionals who will become bi-vocational missionaries through a new mission training program targeted at Latin American believers.
Leaders in the U.S. House plan to slip the hate crimes bill into the 2010 Defense Authorization bill that could be voted on as early as Thursday, a conservative public policy organization warned.
Only 18 percent of white Protestant evangelicals support the current health care bills in Congress, down from March when 48 percent expressed support
Tony Dungy, Mike Huckabee, and John Townsend are just a few of the big names who share how top leaders think and make decisions in George Barna's latest book, Master Leaders.
A simple, clean design by an Italian architect couple beat over 3,500 entries to become the cover design for Rick Warren's new book, publisher Zondervan announced on Friday.
After an eight-year court battle, two Christian fertility doctors who refused to inseminate a lesbian woman have privately settled their case for an undisclosed amount of money.
More than 1,100 clerics and religious professionals want U.S. Senators to provide women with access to abortion as lawmakers consider new amendments that would cut coverage for the procedure.
Abstinence education passed the first hurdle this week after the Senate Finance Committee narrowly voted to restore federal funding for the sex education program.
The first few billboards promoting atheism are up in the Metro-Detroit area with more signs on the way next month, announced the group sponsoring the signs.
Religious charities that receive government funding should be allowed to keep their religious identity in terms of who they hire, says progressive evangelical leader Jim Wallis.
A group of black pro-life ministers were blasted by fellow pastors Monday for endorsing President Obama's plan to reform the health care system.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame shared with Pastor Rick Warren on Friday that the role of the government is to embrace everyone and "bring them together."
There were 3,189 entries in the contest to design Rick Warren's new book cover, the site hosting the graphic designs reported.
An unprecedented Muslim prayer rally to take place on Capitol Hill Friday afternoon has Christian leaders responding with calls for prayer and fasting of their own.
A group of pro-life black pastors are showing their support for President Obama's health care plan, though conservative public policy experts note that such a plan remains nowhere in sight.
Christian relief groups are working with local partners and government officials to feed victims of Atlanta's devastating floods and to assemble volunteer teams to help with recovery efforts.
Nearly 50 Christian leaders, who collectively represent 28 million Americans, called on the United States and other world leaders to take urgent action to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
Popular Christian pollster George Barna weighed in on the health care debate this week, asserting that Jesus would support universal coverage.
The father of the runaway teen convert filed a criminal complaint Monday against the Orlando pastors who sheltered his daughter for more than two weeks before she was taken into Florida state custody.
People from various religious groups around the world prayed for peace Monday on the United Nations International Day of Peace.