A federal judge this week denied motions to scrap a suit by a group of atheists to challenge the constitutionality of the National Day of Prayer.
A San Diego pastor is fighting a citation from the San Diego County that requires him to obtain a permit to host weekly Bible studies at his home. A family group calls the County's actions "anti-Christian" and is urging supporters to sign a petition.
A high-ranking bishop who heads the Vatican's supreme court said Friday that the decision by Notre Dame University's plans to honor President Obama at its upcoming commencement ceremony is a scandal.
The nation's largest group of Christian media professionals warns that the expanded Hate Crimes bill currently before the Senate presents a serious risk of violating free speech rights of religious communicators.
A California-based Creation college is suing the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and some of its members for rejecting its application to grant a master's degree in science education.
A price tag will soon be attached to the University of Notre Dame's decision to invite President Barack Obama as the commencement speaker next month.
Moody Bible Institute introduced Dr. Paul Nyquist as the school's ninth president to students and staff during a chapel service on Wednesday. Nyquist, 55, comes to Moody after serving as president and CEO of Avant Ministries.
Television viewers who tuned into ABC on Sunday morning expecting to hear Pastor Rick Warren clarify his controversial remarks surrounding Proposition 8 instead watched a segment on the hostage standoff between the U.S. Navy and Somalia pirates.
The North Dakota House voted Friday to give final legislative approval to a bill that allows a parent with a high school diploma or a general equivalency diploma to homeschool their children without supervision.
The National Organization for Marriage, which helped the campaign to pass Proposition 8, on Thursday announced an initiative to recruit two million traditional marriage activists across the country.
More pro-lifers are joining the growing protests over Notre Dame's invitation to President Obama. Randall Terry is leading demonstrations with a goal to "create such a political mudpit that the presidential advisors would advise him not to speak."
Iowa pro-family groups are moving swiftly to respond to the state Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling, urging legislative action that would put the issue before voters as early as 2011.
Hundreds of people on Sunday turned up for the first public demonstration protesting President Obama's invitation to speak at the University of Notre Dame commencement ceremony.
With the backing of outraged pro-life Catholics, a coalition of student groups at the University of Notre Dame will hold a prayer rally on Palm Sunday to protest the school's invitation to President Barack Obama to be the commencement speaker and to receive an honorary doctor of laws degree.
In the wake of the Illinois church shooting, an Arkansas lawmaker said she will reintroduce a bill allowing concealed handguns in Arkansas churches.
A 27-year-old man was charged with murder Monday in the fatal shooting of an Illinois pastor during Sunday service.
The percentage of people who claim no religion has nearly doubled since 1990. Meanwhile, the percentage of Christians is on the decline, according to a new study on American religious life.
The son of evangelist Billy Graham responded to the death of a pastor of an Illinois church, who was shot at church Sunday while preaching from the pulpit.
A Christian legal group, which is defending the National Day of Prayer Task Force against a lawsuit by an atheist group, has launched a campaign to rally support for the annual prayer day.
A leading intelligent design proponent said Friday that views expressed this week at a Darwin conference in Rome should not be confused with the Vatican's position on intelligent design and Darwinism.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that officials at Lakeview Elementary School in Tennessee last year ordered "God Bless the USA," "In God We Trust," and other phrases referencing prayer to be covered up.
A Christian fellowship group that was denied registration from Wright State University in Ohio because of its faith-based policies has now been granted recognition by campus officials – for now that is.
A Christian fellowship group that has been on the Wright State University campus for over 30 years was denied registration as a student group this year for its faith-based policies.
The Association for Biblical Higher Education, an accrediting agency for Christian colleges, welcomed two universities as members during its annual meeting last week.
Researchers at Texas State University released a study Tuesday that found a majority of Texas school districts teach only abstinence programs when it comes to sex education.