A new group made up of hundreds of Wheaton College alumni says being gay is not a sin and that one can be a faithful Christian and still hold onto the LGBT identity.
The King James Version of the Bible officially turns 400 years old on Monday after months of celebration worldwide leading up to the day.
Franklin Graham toured tornado affected areas in Alabama, including hard-hit Tuscaloosa, on Saturday as the head of the Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse.
A pastor charged with helping a former lesbian and her daughter flee the country during a custody dispute with her ex-partner appeared in court Monday and was freed after posting bail.
The lawsuit between Bishop Eddie Long and the four young men who accused him of sexual misconduct is close to being resolved out of court, said the judge overseeing the case on Friday.
An Ohio megachurch will give a free home to a lucky and needy family who attends its Sunday Easter service this year.The Church on Strayer says it is doing so because that is what Jesus would do
One in four born-again Christians hold universalist thoughts when it comes to salvation, according to a new Barna analysis of trend data.
“Soul Surfer” has given rise to a wave of Christian resources, including books and websites, to share Bethany Hamilton’s touching story of finding hope in God despite obstacles to a young audience with the hope of inspiring them to form a personal relationship with Jesus.
Pastor Tim Keller got up and preached to a crowd of 5,300 people in Chicago Tuesday about the epic story of the Israelites' crossing of the Red Sea and showed how it deepens the New Testament's salvation story.
Prominent evangelical pastors and theologians, including Tim Keller and John Piper, will kick off the fourth annual The Gospel Coalition national conference on Tuesday.
Too often Christianity is tied to the culture – commonly to the ambition of the Christian left or right. But it is exactly at this point, regarding the faith’s relationship with culture, that Christianity is virtually unlike any other religion in the world, said a respected professor and author.
Arkansas’ Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a voter-approved initiative that bars same-sex couples and unmarried heterosexual couples from adopting or serving as foster parents.
Billy Graham, retired evangelist and spiritual counselor to U.S. presidents, stated plainly to a questioner with a universalist worldview that hell is real.
Rob Bell, the pastor who wrote the book Love Wins that has been a lightning rod for criticism, stated clearly in a recent interview that he believes in hell. In a videotaped interview with Sally Quinn of The Washington Post, Bell responded to a question posed through Twitter and asked by Quinn: If there is no hell, then why did Jesus die for our sins?
Ken Ham, founder of the Creation Museum, was disinvited earlier this week from speaking at two homeschooling conferences because organizers felt he made "unnecessary, ungodly, and mean-spirited" remarks about the conventions and other speakers.
The debate about hell incited by Rob Bell and his book Love Wins is far from dying out. A month into the controversy, two theological heavy weights are just beginning to duel it out about the ideas Bell raises regarding hell and God's love.
Bethany Hamilton, one of the top female surfers in the world despite having only one arm, proclaims in a new video that God can change tragic events into opportunities to glorify Himself.
An estimated 120,000 people crowded Tempe Beach Park in Tempe, Ariz., over two days this past weekend to hear evangelist Luis Palau share the gospel and to enjoy live musical performances from top Christian artists such as TobyMac and Skillet.
The six adults that helped the Muslim teen girl who converted to Christianity run away from her Ohio home will not be charged. Prosecutors in the states of Ohio and Florida have decided to not file charges against the adults helping Rifqa Bary leave her Muslim family.
The very red state of Utah surprised quite a few people this week when Republican Governor Gary Herbert signed into laws immigration bills considered liberal.
Pastor Mark Driscoll says he doesn't intend on "attacking any individual" with his blog post Monday on hell. But a section in the blog addressing why a loving God would send people to hell inevitably draws him into the emotionally-charged debate surrounding preacher Rob Bell's new book, which happens to be released tomorrow.
An online activism website has collected over 2,600 signatures within a few days for a petition to Apple Inc. to remove the iPhone app of a Christian ministry dealing with homosexuality.
No stranger to conservative religious values, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow proposed the idea of giving Brigham Young University's basketball player Brandon Davies a second chance despite him violating the school's honor code.
Evangelical Christians prefer former Arkansas-governor-turned-Fox-News-talk-show-host Mike Huckabee as the Republican presidential candidate, according to a Barna report released this week.
Potential Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said this week that he found Oscar-winner Natalie Portman's out-of-wedlock pregnancy "troubling."