Pornography is occultism aided by unseen criminal spirits and it kills sexuality, says Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Abortion giant Planned Parenthood is under fire again for the organization's controversial fetal harvesting consent form given to women considering abortion that falsely claims aborted babies' tissue has been used to "treat and find a cure" for diseases such as AIDS, cancer and diabetes.
First Liberty Institute, the largest legal organization in the nation specializing in defending religious freedom, filed a brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals Monday to protect the 90-year-old cross-shaped Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial in Maryland from an atheist group that's pushing for it's removal.
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton is now facing the wrath of pro-choice activists who are attacking the former first lady for saying a baby is a "child" and an "unborn person."
Despite an increased availability of Christian media and other resources, the Church "seems to be of little help" in providing "real answers to real problems," says Pastor Tony Evans of the 11,000-member Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship church in Texas.
A man who fatally beat beloved 74-year-old Pastor Lee Harmon to death with the preacher's "only hammer" in a "savage" unprovoked attack in 2013 was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison Thursday.
Obama Admin Publishes Faith-Based Organization Rules Aimed at Protecting Religious Freedom, Gov't Neutrality
Nine federal agencies published a final rule aimed at protecting the religious liberty of faith-based organizations and the people they serve.
Paul Crouch Jr., the eldest son of the late Trinity Broadcasting Network founder Paul Crouch Sr., has been fired from the Word Network described as the "largest African-American religious network in the world."
The student government at the University of California, Berkeley unanimously passed a proposal to install an abortion clinic on campus arguing it is a common health-care service "necessary and relevant in student-life."
Americans See Increasing Anti-Christian Intolerance But Think Christians Complain Too Much, Study Finds
An increasing number of Americans feel Christians are facing growing intolerance and decreased religious freedom but they complain too much about it, according to a new study by Lifeway Research.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an extension for the use of abortion drug Mifeprex up to 70 days of pregnancy on Tuesday from a previous limit of 49 days despite possible health risks, including death.
In his new book, "Answering Jihad: A Better Way Forward" former Muslim-turned-Christian Nabeel Qureshi offers suggestions on how Christians can best respond to radical Islam and stem its spread.
If you don't get a blessing or conclude that "God's a liar" after 90 days of tithing at Perry Noble's NewSpring Church in South Carolina, the church has promised to return "every dime you gave during the 90 day period." No questions asked.
While half of all Americans believe that immigrants strengthen American society, more than half of white evangelical Protestants believe immigrants threaten traditional American customs and values according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute.
Two weeks after a baby born with an awe-inspiring mess of hair became a viral sensation when a photo of her locks hit the Internet, another baby is now turning heads with hair her family says brings her "closer to Jesus."
Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, a celebrated Poor Clare Catholic nun who founded the Eternal World Television Network in 1981, died on Easter Sunday after a 15-year battle with the after-effects of a stroke. She was 92 years old.
Father Thomas Uzhunnalil, 56, a Catholic Priest who was kidnapped by ISIS earlier this month was crucified by ISIS militants on Good Friday according to Austrian media.
Steve Brown, founder of Key Life Network, which preaches the "ministry of Jesus is the radical grace of God," said this week Tullian Tchividjian, former Coral Ridge pastor and grandson to evangelist Billy Graham, confessed his adultery to him and he gave him advice that wasn't followed.
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley denied at a news conference Wednesday that he had an affair with one of his top aides, but admitted he had made inappropriate remarks in phone recordings that have been made public.
John Piper, chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minnesota, says he is concerned about what he sees as the elevation of extra-biblical words over the voice of God in Scripture.
Evangelicals love Donald Trump because they are in love with the world and current Church culture is to blame, according to the Rev. Robert Cunningham.
The number of Americans who pray or say they believe in God hit "an all-time low" in 2014, according to a new study published in the journal Sage Open.
The American College of Pediatricians warned legislators and educators Monday to reject all policies that condition children to accept transgenderism as normal, adding that attempts to normalize a condition classified as a mental illness is child abuse.
Coral Ridge Removed Elder and Apologized on Sunday for Handling of Tullian Tchividjian Affair, Sources Say
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida announced Sunday that it removed an elder who withheld information that the church's former pastor, Tullian Tchividjian, had engaged in an adulterous affair with a married member of the flock and advised him to keep it secret from his wife, according to informed sources intimately familiar with the controversy.
Coral Ridge Elders Knew of Tullian Tchividjian's Affair With Married Woman, Advised Him to Keep Secret, Source Alleges
At least two elders at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Florida allegedly had knowledge that their former pastor, Tullian Tchividjian, grandson to evangelical icon Billy Graham, had engaged in an adulterous affair with a married member of his flock and advised him to keep it secret from his wife.