A school district in Washington state is the second in the nation to approve the controversial After School Satan Club program for elementary school students starting next month.
When Republican Party nominee Donald Trump defeated Democratic Party opponent Hillary Clinton in a surprise victory, it was not the only major defeat the Democrats have experienced since the election of President Barack Obama.
Where would the nation be on the abortion issue if Hillary Clinton had won the presidential election? The Christian Post spoke to activists on both sides of the debate for their take on that question.
Influential Episcopal Seminary No Longer Offering Degrees Amid Report of $7.9 Million Loss in Net Assets
An influential seminary affiliated with The Episcopal Church has announced that it will no longer issue degrees starting next year, and is reporting a net loss of $7.9 million in assets since last year.
A public school district in Georgia has decided to abandon plans to sponsor a Bible class after a Wisconsin-based atheist group sent them a complaint.
President-elect Donald Trump recently garnered controversy for his decision to appoint Breitbart News chairman Steve Bannon as his top advisor.
People who are irritable or hurtful toward others do so because they themselves are hurt inside, according to Saddleback Church lead pastor Rick Warren.
President-elect Donald Trump announced Sunday that Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus will be his White House chief of staff.
Donald Trump Declares Gay Marriage Debate 'Settled,' Uninterested in Overturning Supreme Court Decision
President-elect Donald J. Trump recently stated that he considers the debate over same-sex marriage resolved due to the United States Supreme Court's 2015 ruling legalizing it nationwide.
J.D. Greear is telling Christians to show "empathy and charity" to those who supported the failed presidential bid of Democrat Hillary Clinton.
While social commentators and political analysts debate the exact reasons for Donald Trump's election victory, one thing virtually all agree on is that the Republican nominee's success came largely through white working-class voters.
Republican Party nominee Donald Trump defied countless polls and prophecies of doom to be elected the next president of the United States of America.
Voters on assorted ballot state-level initiatives overwhelmingly supported laxer marijuana laws while largely maintaining restrictions on gambling.
On Nov. 11 every year Americans observe Veterans Day, a federal holiday that honors the millions of men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces.
After many months of intense campaigning and controversy, voters in the United States of America elected Republican Donald Trump to be the new president.
Although Republican nominee Donald Trump garnered the necessary number of electoral points to become the next president of the United States of America, Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton appears to have won the popular vote.
Two high school football coaches who along with their team knelt in protest during the national anthem, have filed a brief in support of a coach who was punished for praying with students at the 50-yard line after games.
To the surprise of pollsters, pundits, and both sides of the political aisle, Republican Party nominee Donald Trump was elected president on Tuesday.
Some are calling it the upset of the century. Despite numerous polls showing otherwise, Republican Party nominee Donald Trump won the presidential election.
On Tuesday tens of millions of Americans went to the polls to elect the next president of the United States. Most worked under the assumption that all should go smoothly.
Tuesday marks the end of the long election season that pitted Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton against Republican Party nominee Donald Trump. Or will it?
With the final state-level polling results becoming available, there is a consensus projection on who will be our next president among three different polling websites.
God can use the darkest and most challenging times in a person's life for good, says Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren.
Famed evangelist the Rev. Billy Graham has denounced the concept that believers can be "part-time Christians," calling it impossible, warning that a weak Christian is more vulnerable to temptation.
Bishop E.W. Jackson Offers Limited Praise for Black Pastors' Open Letter to Hillary Clinton on Abortion and Religious Freedom
Bishop E.W. Jackson recently praised and critiqued an open letter from 25 African-American pastors expressing concern about Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton's views on abortion and religious liberty.