Christian evangelist Luis Palau is encouraging Christians to bring their Bibles to the Summer Olympics in China, claiming that the Chinese government is 'wide open' and will not stop visitors from bringing Scripture into the officially atheistic country.
Religion is said to be the driving influence behind Americans low moral opinion of nanotechnology, according to a researcher who surveyed public opinion on science and technology.
At the third annual All-Star Breakfast on Saturday, Athletes in Action honored two Christian leaders in the NBA with two esteemed basketball awards for their demonstration of such qualities on and off the court.
Ben Stein's work in his new controversial movie 'Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed' has earned him praises and now an award from the intelligent design community.
Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, says radical Muslims would make better theologians than most Christians in America.
A person who is a practicing homosexual cannot be a true follower of Jesus, according to the director of a network of church and ministry leaders in the Greater Charlotte area.
The president of the College of William & Mary resigned Tuesday after a controversial tenure that included the removal of a cross from the nation's oldest college chapel and a green light for a sex workers' "art show" on campus.
As more atheist-centered books and movies make their way to mainstream culture, two best-selling Christian apologists are encouraging churches to better equip their congregation to respond to what they call a more outspoken and "confident" atheism.
A packed stadium where thousands were standing or sitting shoulder to shoulder may seem like an unlikely place for teens to seek their own "space," but according to Bishop T.D. Jakes that's exactly where they needed to be Friday night to hear where God wants them to go.
The Iowa Board of Regents rejected on Thursday an appeal by a professor who said he was wrongfully denied tenure by Iowa State University because of his views supporting intelligent design.
The California pastor who has helped churches worldwide increase attendance by leaps and bounds through his purpose driven phenomena now has his eye on New York City.
When city folk want a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city and the laundry list of demands from daily life they come to the quiet hills of Pennsylvania. For New York pastors, finding renewal is also as simple as going back to the basics.
A group of scholars posted a statement rejecting the identification of the Talpiot tomb as belonging to Jesus, a week after a conference in Jerusalem revisited evidence on claims presented in the controversial film 'Lost Tomb of Jesus.'
For Ben Stein, host of an upcoming documentary on the dominance of Darwinism in academia, Darwinism is not just problematic but dangerous even.
Once again science and morality have crossed paths. Scientists at a small biotech company claimed to be the first to have cloned human embryos from adult skin skills. Scientific and religious communities, however, have raised doubts as to whether the claim should be considered an achievement.
Over a third of a century has passed since the controversial Roe v. Wade case yet many participating in pro-life events Tuesday will say: the fight is far from over.
The faith of Martin Luther King Jr. is often overlooked in the celebration of his radical calls for change, said one professor of religion at a recent panel discussion on the iconic civil rights leader.
Thousands of pro-woman, pro-life activists will take their message to the San Francisco streets Saturday to proclaim that abortion is not a liberating choice but that "Abortion Hurts Women."
A panel of scholars and researchers revived the debate over the validity of claims presented in the controversial Lost Tomb of Jesus film nearly one year after it riled academic and Christian communities.
A proposed amendment that would uphold traditional marriage is in danger of not making the November ballot as organizers of a petition effort are currently thousands of signatures short.
The Americans United for Separation of Church and State sent a letter Tuesday asking the Tuscaloosa City Schools board to bar teachers at Paul W. Bryant High School from showing the movie "Facing the Giants."
The United States commemorates on Wednesday the freedom of worship among its citizens, marking Religious Freedom Day.
The Vatican offered its latest view on the good vs. evil debate over the immensely popular Harry Potter series in a recent edition of its newspaper, headlining an article by an expert in English literature who calls the teen wizard "the wrong kind of hero."
An upcoming Christian movie will look at the damaging reality of divorce on spouses, children, families and friends as it aims to put forth a message for the hurting that healing is possible.
A recent 'Law & Order' show portraying a leader in a college Christian ministry as anti-homosexual and Christians as "Bible thumpers" is drawing ire from a watchdog group on anti-Christian bigotry, which criticizes the producers as insensitive.