"Life unworthy of life" is a doctrine the Nazis used to kill millions of Jews, among others. But rather than dying with Nazism, that very idea continues to live on today, except this time it is being used against the unborn.
America is in what evangelical leader Chuck Colson is calling an "ethical mess" and it's time for Christians and the rest of the population to start "doing the right thing."
Ted Haggard, an evangelical pastor who came out of a drug and sex scandal just a few years ago, is reportedly scheduled to appear on ABC's "Celebrity Wife Swap."
The Southern Baptist Convention, which is the nation's largest Protestant denomination, is giving serious thought to changing its name in order to better reach people for Jesus Christ.
Hundreds of United Methodist clergy are expressing deep concerns over a pledge made by a large group of fellow ministers to marry same-sex couples. They argue that if the pledge is carried through, the future of the denomination is in jeopardy.
Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson said on Tuesday that he wouldn't blame those who decide to divorce a spouse suffering from Alzheimer's.
Outreach magazine has issued its latest report on the top 100 largest and fastest-growing churches in America. According to the annual list, more megachurches are expanding their reach with multiple campuses.
As Willow Creek Community Church Pastor Bill Hybels reflected on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, he told his congregation to get rid of their naiveté about the reality of evil.
There are a lot of fat, super-sized sheep inside the church, says one Georgia megachurch pastor. They may call themselves followers of Christ, but few are willing to go out and share the Gospel.
Campus Crusade for Christ's name change to "Cru" has forced a number of donors to withdraw their support from the ministry. Notably, influential evangelical John Piper has come to the ministry's defense.
Another longtime evangelical minister is stepping back from ministry to examine his soul. C. J. Mahaney announced last week that he is taking a leave of absence after facing charges not of immorality or financial impropriety, but of certain character flaws such as pride and hypocrisy.
Amid ongoing criticism directed toward the new NIV Bible, one professor has come out publicly in defense of the updated translation, saying critics are investing too much in the "gender-neutral" issue.
A group of conservative Presbyterians has put out advertisements in major news publications asking congregations to reconsider their relationship with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Pastor Rick Warren has never had a problem with money or sex. It's easy to give away money and he sets parameters so that he's never alone with a woman. But pride is another thing and he is coveting prayers in that regard.
John Piper, an influential Reformed theologian, took the unusual step of interviewing famed pastor Rick Warren and giving him a chance to address the countless criticisms he has received since the publication of The Purpose Driven Life.
A longtime employee at Family Radio said Harold Camping spent around $100 million to advertise his May 21 end times prediction. Matt Tuter, Family Radio’s international projects manager, said most of that money came not from donations, but from the sale of property
Millions of dollars were spent on billboards and other ad campaigns to warn the public about Judgment Day. The ads led people to wecanknow.com which also featured a link for donations.
Reports that Syrian Christians are throwing their support behind President Bashar al-Assad, whose family has ruled the Western Asian country for 40 years, may at first sound daunting.
Don Lemon has come out as gay and he insists it was never a choice to be attracted to the same sex. One Christian agrees with Lemon that same-sex attraction is not a choice. But that doesn't mean it's normal.
Eric Metaxas has had a year now to grasp the success and incredible impact that his biography, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy, has had on millions. But even after a year, the bestselling author is still finding it hard to soak it all in.
Pastor Paula White and Donald Trump are teaming up to host a private meeting with Christian leaders in New York this week. One invitee, Brian McClaren, predicts the meeting is an attempt by Trump to reach out to Christians as he considers launching a presidential bid.
While the media is abuzz about President Obama's decision not to release photos of Osama bin Laden's corpse and whether it was legal to kill the unarmed al-Qaida leader, Christians are weighing some spiritual questions that the debate is raising.
Church today has become predictable, says bestselling author and influential preacher Francis Chan. "You go to a building, someone gives you a bulletin, you sit in a chair, you sing a few songs, a guy delivers maybe a polished message"
More than half (57 percent) of congregations across faith traditions were negatively impacted by the 2008 recession. But the financial health of congregations has been in decline long before the downturn even hit, a new survey reveals.
For President Barack Obama, the resurrection of Jesus Christ keeps things in perspective. That was his Easter reflection as he addressed Christian leaders Tuesday morning at the White House.