On Nov. 4, voters will have to bring their religious and ethical convictions to the polls as they grapple with a number moral issues on state ballots. Americans will consider 153 proposals on ballots in 36 states.
Out to break the commonly-held notion that Christianity is about judging others, a group of San Francisco Christians braved the rain on Saturday to show only "Agape Love" to the city's needy.
Expressing concerns that unlicensed wireless devices would interfere with church services, megachurch pastor Rick Warren has urged the Federal Communications Commission to not open up television "white spaces" for unlicensed use when the agency meets on Nov. 4.
A one-day conference on homosexuality that offers a message of hope that change is possible recently celebrated its 10th year and may broadcast its anniversary celebration globally in the near future.
The Green Bible, which highlights verses and passages that speak of God's care for creation in green ink, is the latest eco-friendly Scripture to hit the market.
Both sides of the California same-sex marriage debate are sparring over whether the defeat of Proposition 8 would force public schools to include gay marriage in their instruction.
At least 32 women have decided against abortion after speaking to students involved in a pro-life protest. Oct. 21 marked the 5th annual Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity. Students engaging the silent protest wore red duct tape reading "LIFE" as a way to lend their voices to the thousands of unborn babies who will never have one.
Supporters of California's Proposition 8 have stepped up their campaign to pass a marriage amendment with two weeks left before Election Day.
Megachurch pastor Joel Osteen, whose grin usually adorns his best-selling books on how people can tap into God's goodness, isn't smiling when it comes to a proposal on "white spaces" that may interfere with his preaching.
Following the launch of pro-traditional marriage television and radio ads, support for the California Marriage Amendment has picked up, according to a new statewide poll, which shows a majority of voters favoring a constitutional amendment to protect traditional marriage.
Around 2 million students nationwide greeted the sunrise as they assembled at their school flag poles Wednesday morning for an annual exercise of religious freedom that this year included more politically charged prayer topics than usual.
Hundreds of churches across the nation on Wednesday kicked off a 40-day fast to rally support for the California marriage amendment and to ask God to send revival to a fallen state that is poised to lead the nation in a moral rebellion.
Researchers, who have been waiting 14 years for the world's largest particle collider, will have to wait another few months to see any results in the Big Bang experiment since the machine will be shut down for repairs.
With leather apparel, bandanas, and salt-and-pepper beards, thousands of bikers that rode throughout the streets in 12 cities on Saturday may have looked tough on the outside but inside they had a big heart for people who haven't yet heard the message of Christ and for children whose parents are in prison.
Voter support for a California marriage amendment has waned over the past two months as opposition increased, according to a recently-released field poll.
Over 100 Christian bookstores run by the Southern Baptist Convention have pulled from their shelves this month's issue of Gospel Today Magazine, which features a cover story about female pastors.
An Australian in-vitro-fertilization firm has received the go-ahead this week from its government to achieve what scientists have still failed to achieve: clone human embryos to obtain embryonic stem cells.
A Sacramento-based pro-family group is urging Californians to contact their Republican legislators and ask them to block the overdue state budget in order to prevent several "anti-family" bills from being passed.
A Texas pro-life group has taken their efforts to promote "Choose Life" license plates on the road, touring the state in hopes of building grassroots support toward legislation on the issue.
At least one Christian club or group can be found on most public college and university campuses today. It seems now that militant atheists are catching on. Atheists can now be found nearby Christians on college campuses "evangelizing" new adherents.
In a bold move, the Church of England launched on Monday a new section of its Web site dedicated to the naturalist Charles Darwin to mark the approaching bicentenary of his birth.
Claims by scientists that a 17-mile super particle accelerator will likely re-produce a mini version of a the Big Bang has had virtually no effect on the faith of many Christians who still believe God is the Creator of life.
While the latest video-game craze, "Spore," touts the theory of evolution, taking gamers from a single-celled organism to complex civilizations, some say it also promotes God and intelligent design.
A new Bible that arranges Scripture according to when the events occurred – as opposed to when it was written – has stirred debate in the Christian blogosphere on whether the chronological ordering leads to clarity or confusion.
Tech giants like Google and Microsoft are pressuring the FCC to allow them to broadcast wireless frequencies on television "white spaces" but the idea is meeting opposition from Christian broadcasters who worry the move would interfere with the Gospel message.