A Christian legal group is urging governors across the U.S. to not be bullied by anti-religious groups and observe the 60th Annual National Day of Prayer (NDOP) on May 5, telling them that local observances of the annual tradition are completely "constitutional" and "appropriate."
A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday that Proposition 8 will remain in effect while the issue is under appeal in the legal system.
The Obama administration on Tuesday called on the United Nations Human Rights Council to fight discrimination against gays and lesbians around the world.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Friday that public schools in Italy can continue to display crucifixes in the classrooms.
Libyan security forces shot and killed at least 24 protesters during Thursday's "Day of Anger" protests, according to a human rights group.
Missionaries from South Korea believe they are the target of new regulations that would revoke passports from those who commit illegal activities abroad
The Greek Orthodox church ruined in the Sept. 11 attacks alleges in a lawsuit filed Monday that local authorities reneged on a rebuilding agreement near its original site by Ground Zero.
The Kentucky Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would add Bible classes to the curriculum in public schools. Students would be able to take a Bible course as a social studies elective
An elementary school in Southern California that originally prohibited a fifth-grader from performing to a Christian rock song at his school's talent show because the song mentioned "Jesus" too many times has reversed its decision.
The entrepreneur mentioned in the recent YouTube video appeal by Bishop Eddie Long has issued a statement responding to the charge that he and City Capital have not returned $ 1 million in investments to members of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
Just days after making his first media appearance since four young men accused him of sexual misconduct, Bishop Eddie Long appeared in a YouTube video making an appeal to City Capital and Ephren Taylor to return the $1 million in investments made by members of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.
The Cherokee County school board voted unanimously on Thursday to keep graduations at a local megachurch in Georgia despite the threat of a lawsuit.
About 77 percent of American voters say they believed that prayer literally helped Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords survive the Tucson shooting, according to a Fox News poll released Thursday.
The New York Supreme Court denied a request Wednesday to block construction of the Islamic mosque near Ground Zero
More than 50 prominent religious leaders, including megachurch pastors T.D. Jakes and Joel C. Hunter , have signed an open letter to members of Congress encouraging national "soul searching" and urging civil discourse in the aftermath of the tragic Arizona shooting.
A conservative legal group asked the New York Supreme Court on Tuesday to halt construction of the Islamic cultural center near ground zero.
As promised, House Republicans have not left the FCC's net neutrality rules unchallenged in the new Congress, backing a bill that would invalidate the federal agency's new regulations over the Web.
The largest Christian body in Nigeria issued a statement Friday that condemned the recent attacks against Christians that began Christmas weekend.
A majority of American voters are against efforts by the FCC to regulate the Internet, a new Rasmussen poll finds. Under net neutrality, internet service providers must provide equal access to all legal Web content on their networks.
At least 130 Christians in Egypt still remain imprisoned after police attacked a church under reconstruction, a Christian missionary agency reported.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah has denied any involvement in efforts to move the ground zero Islamic center to another location in Manhattan.
A Dallas church tired of the political correctness surrounding Christmas has launched a website to report "naughty" businesses that fail to acknowledge the religious meaning of the holiday.
A conservative legal group has threatened to sue a community college in Oregon over its call to cancel a course on Islam and fire the instructor while schools officials remain undeterred in their decision.
The Pennsylvania parents who turned to prayer instead of medicine as their son died of bacteria pneumonia were found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment Friday.
A school board in Cherokee County, Ga., could face a legal battle if it decides to keep a local megachurch as the venue for its high school graduations.