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'Every Business Should Be Gay Friendly,' Says Franklin Graham in Response to Critics of His Wells Fargo Boycott
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has responded to critics of his decision to discontinue business with Wells Fargo following the bank's TV ad featuring a same-sex couple.
Reconciling Ministries Network Ex-Employee Files 'Gender Identity Discrimination' Complaint Against Pro-LGBT Methodist Group
A former employee of an organization seeking to promote acceptance of transgender and other sexual identities in the United Methodist Church is charging that the organization has itself exhibited transgender discrimination, according to a case filed ..
Father's Day Should Spotlight 'Instrumental' Value of Dads, Says COO of Charity for Young Men From Broken Families
A leader in a Georgia-based charity centered on helping young men from broken families turn their lives around, believes Father's Day should focus on the "instrumental" value of dads
A Florida sheriff who recently received a complaint from an atheist group for delivering a sermon while in his uniform finds their objections "humorous and entertaining."
The largest Protestant denomination in the United States has passed a resolution stating that marriage is between one man and one woman regardless of what the U.S. Supreme Court concludes later this month.
A diocese that voted to break away from the Episcopal Church has rejected a settlement in advance of their scheduled arguments later this year before the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Two bishops from a Catholic Archdiocese have announced their resignation over an investigation into the potential failures of the church body to protect minors from a sexually abusive priest.
North Carolina's Republican-controlled legislature has overturned a veto from their Republican governor on a bill that allows magistrates to refuse to perform gay marriages if they have a religious or moral objection.
A Vatican City spokesman has announced the creation of a new tribunal meant to deal with cases against Roman Catholic bishops who failed to stop sexual abuse of minors by priests.
Pam Geller Rejects Claims She's 'Islamophobic,' Posts 100 Prophet Muhammad Billboards Around St. Louis to Combat 'Jihad Terror'
A group that gained headlines for organizing the "Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest" in Texas that was attacked by two Muslim extremists has now launched a billboard campaign in Missouri.
Pastor Rejects PETA's $500 Donation to Fix Church Sign If He Posts Their Message: 'Road to Hell Is Paved With Bacon'
A congregation in Michigan seeking to restore a church sign has rejected a $500 donation from animal rights group PETA amid concerns over the conditions of their offer to help, but only if they can include their own message under Jesus Christ, saying..