Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, a prominent supporter and practitioner of the controversial sexual orientation conversion therapy, has died. He was 70 years old.
A Wisconsin-based photography business is filing suit against a city's equal protection law, arguing that will force religious business owners to serve events they disagree with, such as same-sex weddings.
The "great liberal dream" of having the inherent value of human life respected while marginalizing Christianity is dead, according to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Al Mohler.
Republican politician and veteran ambassador Jon Huntsman, Jr. has accepted the nomination to become the United States ambassador to Russia.
A Colorado megachurch's Hispanic congregation is seeing immense growth, so much so that they will be adding another Sunday service for them to meet.
American Enterprise Institute scholar and controversial author Charles Murray attempted to give a speech earlier this month at Middlebury College in Vermont.
Wyoming's highest court will not remove a judge who refuses to perform same-sex marriages from her position, though they have given the magistrate a "public censure."
A group of Lutheran leaders and scholars are in the process of creating a new translation of the Bible in time for the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.
A federal judge has ruled that an Indiana public school's Nativity performance, which had occurred annually for over four decades, is unconstitutional.
A group of evangelical churches in Kansas will be hosting an event centered on racial reconciliation with the hope of focusing on the issue through a "biblical lens."
Evangelical leader Franklin Graham is praising an Alabama theater for canceling its showing of the new "Beauty and the Beast" film due to the inclusion of a "gay moment."
The United States Supreme Court has decided to return a case regarding a Virginia transgender student born female who wants to use the men's room back to a lower court.
The ABC miniseries "When We Rise," which centered on the history of the LGBT movement in America, experienced low ratings, according to early reports.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has sent a legal notice to a "Mormon Wikileaks" website after it posted a slide show presentation exclusively meant for church leadership.
Over the course of a week ABC ran a miniseries titled "When We Rise" that focused on the history of the gay rights movement as seen primarily through the eyes of a few activists based in San Francisco, California.
Faithwire senior editor Billy Hallowell is calling on devout Christians to get involved in secular information outlets like news media, Hollywood, and the university system in his new book, "Fault Line: How a Seismic Shift in Culture Is Threatening Free Speech and Shaping the Next Generation."
Protestant churches can counter the trend of aging clergy in many different ways, says Barna President David Kinnaman.
A conservative student group dismissed a lawsuit against California State University, Los Angeles after the school agreed to change its speech policies following a 2016 incident where the group's efforts to bring a speaker were hindered by administrative red tape and student protests.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) is looking into ways to handle an apparent drop in satisfactory rates in Bible test scores among people preparing for ministry within the Mainline denomination.
A diocese that broke away from The Episcopal Church partly over ideological differences will be joining the theologically conservative Anglican Church in North America.
President Donald Trump gave his first-ever speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday evening, laying out multiple agenda items he has for his administration.
For hundreds of millions of Christians, spring time does not just bring flowers and warmer temperatures, it brings a time of solemn contemplation. Lent has a lengthy history and its specific practices can vary from church to church. Here are five interesting facts about the holy season.
A congregation in Florida that voted to seek dismissal from Presbyterian Church (USA) over theological differences has seen considerable membership growth since their decision.
A little over three-quarters of white evangelical Christians support President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
Female bosses are more likely to hire homosexuals over heterosexuals, according to a recent study from the University of Sussex.