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A program aired on the British Broadcasting Corporation recently held a discussion as to whether or not major religious figures like Jesus Christ and the Buddha were from other planets.
Alabama Starts Issuing Marriage Licenses to Gay Couples After Supreme Court Denies State's Request for a Hold
Alabama started issuing marriage licenses to gay couples on Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court denied the state's request for a hold. The court's decision comes just one day after the state's Chief Justice Roy Moore released an order barring probate..
Obama Should 'Reconcile the Rhetoric With Action' to End Religious Intolerance, Says Rev. Samuel Rodriguez
A prominent evangelical leader who attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington Thursday believes President Barack Obama's speech championing religious freedom needs to be put into practice by his administration to end religious intolerance i..
Catholic TV Station Trying to Avoid Millions of Dollars in Fines in 'Obamacare' Birth Control Mandate Lawsuit
An Alabama-based Catholic television station brought its lawsuit before an appeals court in the hopes of getting an exemption from the Barack Obama Administration's birth control mandate for employers.
'Shame' Be on Lawmakers Who Skip Netanyahu's Speech, Says Christians United for Israel; Obama, Kerry Refuse to Meet With Israeli PM
A pro-Israel group says "shame" should be on any member of Congress who decides to skip next month's address by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "Hearing Netanyahu before making a decision on an issue this critical to our future is not just..
With the recent measles outbreak in the United States, Americans are once again debating whether or not children should be vaccinated to stop the spread illness and disease. Here's a list of five things every parent should know about vaccinations.
Judge Rules in Favor of SC Diocese That Left Episcopal Church, Says It Rightfully Owns Properties Worth $500 Million
A judge has ruled in favor a diocese that voted to break away from the Episcopal Church regarding a lawsuit over ownership of dozens of church properties worth an estimated $500 million.
A book about the women of the Bible claims to have counted all the words spoken by females in the Good Book. "Bible women have been locked in dry and dusty literary caskets for centuries, and we are experiencing much joy in helping to free them," the..
Notable preacher and retired pastor John Piper has recently stated that racism is a "human issue" and cannot be merely divided into a "North-South kind of thing."
Pope Francis, Saudi Blogger Raif Badawi Sentenced to 1,000 Lashes for 'Insulting Islam' Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
The head of the Roman Catholic Church has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, sharing consideration with a group including an anti-Putin Russian newspaper and a Saudi Arabian blogger.
Presbyterian Church Fights for Its $6M Property in Legal Battle With PCUSA After Split Over Homosexuality
A Missouri church that recently voted to leave Presbyterian Church (USA) over the mainline Protestant denomination's stance on homosexuality is facing a legal battle to keep its property, which is estimated to be worth over $6 million.
LGBT Activists Want Obama to Ban Christian Therapy for Teens Who Struggle With Gender Identity, Same-Sex Attraction
A petition posted on a White House website calling for a national ban on what LGBT activists call transgender "conversion therapy" has garnered the necessary number of signatures to be guaranteed a response from the Obama administration.
A Christian activist who filed a complaint against a Colorado bakery for refusing to make two cakes protesting against homosexuality has denied asking for the confections to include the phrase "God hates gays."
Banning Christian University Grads From Practicing Law Over Opposition to Homosexuality Isn't Legal, Rules Canadian Court
A Canadian province's highest court has ruled that a Christian academic institute's lawyers can't banned from practicing law due to the university's views on homosexuality.