Popular rock band Pearl Jam joined a growing list of people protesting North Carolina's bathroom bill when they announced the cancellation of their upcoming show scheduled for Wednesday in Raleigh.
San Francisco's Chinese Christian Union and some of their neighbors have teamed up in a lawsuit against the city over the construction on an open air urinal in a public park.
Longtime televangelist and senior pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida, Paula White offered her followers an Easter Sunday deliverance from a spiritual death sentence for a $1,144 "resurrection seed" she says was set by God.
Republican Utah Gov. Gary R. Herbert is expected to sign legislation Tuesday declaring pornography a "public health hazard" and punish computer technicians who fail to report finding child pornography during their work
Jameel McGee, an innocent black man from Michigan who was imprisoned for four years after a police officer framed him as a drug dealer is calling the now former officer a friend after his Christian faith helped him forgive.
A 60-year-old pastor and his wife died last Tuesday when they were mowed down inside their car by a speeding driver who ran a red light and fled the scene.
Brazil President Dilma Rousseff One Step Closer to Impeachment, Led by Evangelical Christian in Congress
Brazil's unpopular leftist President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers' Party suffered a crushing defeat Sunday, after that country's lower house of Congress, led by unapologetic evangelical Christian Eduardo Cunha, voted to impeach her.
A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed the case of an inmate in Nebraska demanding that prison officials accommodate his worship of the Flying Spaghetti Monster because it is not a religion but a riposte of intelligent design.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam scuttled a bill by lawmakers to designate the Bible as the official state book Thursday, noting that signing it into law would be in violation of both the First Amendment of the Constitution and the state constitution.
Pastor Darrin Patrick Fired From The Journey Megachurch; Resigns From Acts 29 for 'Historical Patterns of Sin'
Darrin Patrick, 46, who founded The Journey megachurch in St. Louis, Missouri, in 2002, was fired from his position as pastor this week for what his church describes as "deep historical patterns of sin." Patrick has also resigned from his position as vice president of the Acts 29 Network, which plants churches globally.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont got a rock star's greeting at Al Sharpton's National Action Network's convention in New York City Thursday and he responded in kind by stepping briefly outside his security bubble for a moment to mingle with his fans.
Donald Trump surrogate, Rev. Omarosa Manigault, who shot to reality stardom for her villainous turn on "The Apprentice" said Wednesday that anyone who eventually becomes president after the election season will be ordained by God.
With pitch perfect poise and aplomb, Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton seemed to glide to the podium at the National Action Network's convention on Wednesday as the audience enveloped her in cheers.
Ben Carson Confidant Armstrong Williams Booed for Saying 'Everything in America Not Always About Race' at NAN Convention
Armstrong Williams, longtime confidante of Dr. Ben Carson, drew the wrath of attendees at Al Sharpton's National Action Network convention in New York City Wednesday when he was roundly booed for declaring "everything in America is not about race."
Police in Nigeria have arrested four members of a gang who allegedly confessed to brutally murdering a pastor they were holding hostage because he told them to repent of their sins.
The Pascack Valley Regional School District in northern New Jersey voted Monday to allow students who identify as transgender to use restrooms and locker rooms based on their gender identity instead of their sex.
Creflo Dollar has been branded as "blasphemous" and declared a persona non grata in Glasgow by high profile moderator of the Free Church of Scotland the Rev. David Robertson.
The Alabama megachurch Church of the Highlands celebrated the life of their Greystone Campus Pastor Keith Lindsey Saturday after he succumbed to a year-long battle with cancer last week.
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson thinks Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump could become more gracious if he starts reading the Bible more and taking its wisdom to heart.
The Indiana state police trooper who was fired amid complaints that he was preaching about Jesus during traffic stops, said he saw many miracles happen before he got fired and intends to keep spreading the Word of God.
A pastor who made the first half-court shot to win a new car from Folsom Lake Ford/Folsom Lake Kia at a Sacramento Kings game in California this season says he thinks angels carried the ball through the net.
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that the Christian cross on the Los Angeles County Seal in California is unconstitutional
An Indiana state trooper accused of telling motorists about Jesus and inviting them to church while on duty was fired from his job on Thursday.
Canada's Office of Religious Freedom was effectively shut down last month after that country's new liberal government decided not to renew the mandate of the office.
Hillary Clinton doubled down on controversial comments she made earlier this week on the "unborn child" having no constitutional rights when she declared even on their due dates it's still up to their mothers whether they live or die.