Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham has denounced a pair of high school students' fashion project that involved making pro-Planned Parenthood dresses out of the abortion provider's stickers, pamphlets, and condoms.
A biological female student who identifies as a man can use the boys' restroom at a Wisconsin school, ruled a three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Family Research Council, a Washington, D.C.-based conservative group, has denounced a California school district's recent addition of pro-Islamic materials, arguing that they would never treat Christianity as positively.
A city in Missouri has rejected the demands of a Wisconsin-based atheist organization to remove a cross from a public park that has been there since 1930.
A photo of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau alongside a pouting Pope Francis is making its rounds on social media, the latest "Resting Pope Face" image with a world leader.
An Islamic Society in New Jersey has won the right to build a mosque in a historic section of Bernards Township, along with a $3.25 million settlement, after its application for land use was rejected in 2012.
Memorial Day is an annual holiday that falls on the last Monday in May. It is observed nationwide to honor those who served in the Armed Forces, with an emphasis on the deceased.
There have been no improvements in religious freedom in the U.S. Armed Forces under President Donald Trump, according to one conservative Christian chaplain.
Anti-bullying activist and openly gay writer Dan Savage's "It Gets Better" video campaign is not helping LGBT youth, claims a recent study.
The latest installment of the "Far Cry" video game franchise features a protagonist parish priest who helps to battle a group of rural Montana cultists.
A retired United States Army chaplain is taking issue with a recent Newsweek piece claiming that the election of Donald Trump has created a rise in "radical Christians" within the military.
In response to the latest report of membership decline, the head of Presbyterian Church (USA) says the Mainline denomination is not "dying," but rather "reforming."
At least two regional bodies of the United Methodist Church have reaffirmed their refusal to enforce the Mainline Protestant denomination's prohibition on non-celibate homosexual clergy.
A Texas judge sued over opening his courtroom sessions with prayer is seeking to dismiss the complaint leveled against him by a Wisconsin-based atheist organization.
Bono of the band U2 stated on the Tuesday episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that he does not believe President Donald Trump cares his less fortunate supporters and that it would be hard to work alongside him to combat global poverty.
A group of entities, including a Catholic Archdiocese, are suing the City of St. Louis, Missouri over a recently enacted anti-discrimination ordinance that makes the decision to have an abortion a protected class.
Episcopal Seminary That Stopped Giving Degrees Amid $7.9M Asset Loss to Join Union Theological Seminary
An influential Episcopal Church seminary that last year announced they were no longer granting degrees will become part of the New York-based Union Theological Seminary.
Authorities have named 23-year-old Salman Abedi as the suicide bomber who attacked the Arianda Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, killing 22 people, including children.
Tim Allen, conservative actor and star of the recently canceled television series "Last Man Standing," compared Hollywood to Nazi Germany due to what he says is an intolerant liberal bias.
Contrary to a recent Gallup poll, another survey shows that the percentage of Americans who believe the Bible is the literal word of God has remained remarkably stable over the past several decades.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed into law a bill that is meant to protect pastors from being forced to provide the text of sermons to the government.
A school district in Michigan has canceled a Bible course offered at a church during students' lunchtime hour, prompting outcry from local parents.
Trump Has Done More to Reach Out to Evangelicals Than George W. Bush, Robert Jeffress Says (Interview)
President Donald Trump has done more than any previous president, including George W. Bush, to reach out to evangelicals, says First Baptist Church of Dallas Senior Pastor Robert Jeffress.
A Chicago church is hosting a gathering against inner city violence that will feature a line of people praying expected to stretch for two miles.
A Methodist school in Washington, D.C., has put on display a piece of modern art that couples images of Syrian refugees with the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.