A struggling Christian school teaching creationism in South Carolina is receiving some unexpected financial help after an atheist website posted an exam from the school on the Internet. Aid has come from Answers in Genesis and concerned readers.
The Japanese electronics company Nintendo has reportedly fixed a glitch in one of its life simulation games that allowed one male character to marry another male character and raise children together.
A registered nurse claiming she was endorsed by Jesus lost the bid for mayor of North Miami, Fla., in Tuesday's election, reportedly finishing last in a line of six other candidates.
In order to avoid a lawsuit with the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the school district in Muldrow, Okla., will be removing its Ten Commandment displays from all schools after an atheist teen student addressed legal concerns.
An Egyptian Christian teacher who claims to have been falsely accused of denouncing Islam has been released on bail after being imprisoned in the southern city of Luxor.
Outspoken Baptist editor and minister R.G. "Gene" Puckett passed away Sunday at the age of 80 near his home in Raleigh, N.C., after enduring a months-long battle with pancreatic cancer.Tags Southern Baptists
Hong Kong will amend its city marriage laws after ruling Monday that a transgender woman may marry her boyfriend. Many are calling it the next step to legalizing same-sex marriage in the Asian city.
Recent reports indicate that the California-based Christian radio network Family Radio, run by evangelist Harold Camping, may be facing dire economic straits, as seen by public tax documents and alleged interviews with former Family Radio employees.
Alumni of a small, private Catholic liberal arts college located in Atchison, Kansas, protested on Saturday while Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) delivered the commencement address at the university.
Dallas Willard, an American philosopher, professor and author specializing his studies in Christian spiritual formation, died early Wednesday morning at age 77 after enduring a battle with stage four cancer.
As the community in Cleveland, Ohio, continues to learn new information about the three women found in a West Side home on Monday after a decade of captivity, a local pastor reflects on what this story teaches Christians about hope, perseverance, and the wickedness of man.7 comments
As Christians in Syria continue to suffer persecution in the midst of an ongoing civil war, Open Doors USA is encouraging Christians worldwide to pray for the war-torn country on May 11.
The city of Cleveland, Ohio, has been reveling in yesterday's discovery of three women, Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight, and Gina DeJesus, who went missing around 10 years ago and were reportedly being held captive at a home just a few miles from where they previously lived.
At a White House meeting on Monday, Vice President Joe Biden encouraged nearly 20 representatives from various faith-based communities to continue pressuring their local lawmakers to pass legislation demanding background checks on gun purchases, reportedly telling them to angle their argument for gun control from a moral standpoint.
The decision by a central Kentucky public high school to have student-led prayer removed from its graduation ceremony has caused some students to protest, arguing that they wish to not break the years-long tradition of having a prayer at their graduation ceremony.