The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals could avoid altogether the divisive case of California's Proposition 8, leaving the conclusion of whether gay marriage is a constitutional right to another court and another time.
A new dating website is offering people who practice abstinence a space to find others who share the same value.
Negative reactions to President Obama's remarks about the proposed mosque near Ground Zero are coming from all sides, including members of his own political party.
Two Lebanese TV stations recently canceled an Iranian-made show about Jesus following protests from the Christian community.
Nearly 8,000 young Canadians attended a one-day evangelistic event Saturday, which kicked off Franklin Graham's month-long Western Canada tour.
There are now 30 billboards in the Greater Charlotte Area that display Bible verses, announced the Christian group behind the campaign on Thursday.
The American Bar Association, which is likely to soon endorse gay marriage, does not speak for all U.S. lawyers, declared a Christian legal group on Wednesday.
A federal judge's decision to rule California's ban on same-sex marriage as unconstitutional was a "terrible blow" to supporters of traditional marriage, said the leader of a California-based pro-family group.
Focus on the Family laid off 110 workers last week, the group's spokesman said Monday. The influential Christian ministry now has about 750 employees
Both conservative evangelicals and liberal mainline Protestant groups are applauding a new legislation that makes the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine possession more fair.
Focus on the Family went through a third round of layoffs Friday, but has yet to publicly announce details. It is most likely that the latest staff reduction are due to drop in donations.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the world's first human clinical trial of a therapy involving embryonic stem cells, the biotechnology company behind the planned trial announced Friday.
A new U.S. House bill introduced Thursday seeks to permanently ban federal funding of abortion across all federal agencies.
Although the United States is known worldwide to be a religious nation, few Americans say that faith is a top priority in their life.
More than 4,000 Christian Zionists gathered in Washington, D.C., this week to send a pro-Israel message to members of Congress.
A pro-life Democratic group and a Catholic organization announced this week separate campaigns to defend pro-life Democratic lawmakers who voted for the landmark federal health care overhaul against a partisan "misinformation" campaign.
The Latino community in California is sharply divided along Catholic-Protestant lines when it comes to Proposition 8, a new poll finds.
The most controversial of the paintings on display at a California public library is by San Francisco attorney-artist Jeri Wyrick. The painting depicts a large Bible with a label reading: "Warning: May Impair Judgment."
The real-life Tuohy couple who inspired the box-office hit "The Blind Side" will release their new book, In a Heartbeat: Sharing the Power of Cheerful Giving, on Tuesday.
After years of bitter court battles, attorneys of the state of Washington conceded that pharmacies have the right not to stock Plan B pills based on conscience rights.
More than 450,000 individuals and churches have joined an initiative to pray for the United States on July 4.
President Obama's call on Thursday for the federal government to quickly pass immigration reform was backed by diverse and somewhat unlikely groups of religious leaders.
Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has troubling views on the role of judges, abortion and homosexuality, warned a prominent Southern Baptist policy expert.
Liberty University demoted Ergun Caner, the first former Muslim to become dean of a seminary, after investigating claims that he made about his religious background.
After rejecting the ".xxx" domain application thrice in the past, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) decided Friday to allow pornography to have its own top-level domain.