A documentary film about the influential American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, who is credited with coining the "Serenity Prayer," will be nationally broadcast on PBS.
The granddaughter of the Rev. Billy Graham has taken issue with the recent criticism directed toward Vice President Mike Pence over his practice of the "Billy Graham Rule."
The Senate confirmed on Friday Tenth Circuit Court Judge Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court, marking a major victory for President Donald Trump.
A congregation in North Carolina has announced that they're ending their relationship with the Boy Scouts of America over the scouting group's recently implemented transgender policy that allows girls who identify as boys to join.
A Wisconsin-based atheist group has filed a complaint against a North Carolina elementary school that allowed the distribution of Gideon Bibles to fourth and fifth-grade students inside the school.
An openly lesbian United Methodist Church bishop is calling on members of the Mainline Protestant denomination to join a daily prayer vigil as the Church's highest court decides if she can remain in her position.
A Democratic United States Senator recently argued in favor of resisting the Trump Administration by referencing Ephesians 6.
Best-selling author and pastor Tim Keller stated Wednesday that the "cross of Christ is offensive in all sorts of ways" and that it is central to understanding the Christian faith.
An appeals court ruled that a federal civil rights law on sex discrimination can now be used for sexual orientation discrimination claims, the first time an appellate court has concluded such.
Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson recently stated that he is working alongside actor Kevin Sorbo to make movies aimed at countering the "left-wing bias" of the media.
Mainline Protestant pastors are more likely to have preached on the issue of racial reconciliation than evangelical Protestant pastors have, according to a recently released LifeWay Research study.
The largest United Methodist Church congregation in the United States held a grand opening for its new sanctuary, which boasts 3,500 seats and a 3,400 square foot stained glass window.
A diverse group of more than 1,000 Christian teachers and professors from across the United States have signed a statement centered on the promise to recognize and defend "vulnerable populations."
A federal judge put a halt to the closure of the only abortion clinic in the state of Kentucky, delaying the plans of the pro-life state government.
Pro-Choice LA Times Defends Pro-Life Undercover Investigators Against 'Disturbingly Aggressive' Criminal Charges
The editorial board for the Los Angeles Times has come out in defense of pro-life activist Dave Daleiden, denouncing the felony charges leveled against him as "disturbingly aggressive."
President Donald Trump has revoked an Obama-era executive order that banned federal contracts from being awarded to companies and nonprofit organizations that do not have sexual orientation and gender identity anti-discrimination policies.
A small church in Oklahoma has launched a "Racism & Racists Anonymous" program meant to help foster dialogue and racial reconciliation.
Several news outlets and former first daughter Chelsea Clinton claimed this week that President Donald Trump was omitting LGBT Americans from the 2020 U.S. census. But is this true or fake news?
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld an injunction prohibiting the release of undercover videos from a California-based pro-life group.
Vice President Mike Pence cast the tiebreaking procedural vote in the Senate to help advance a measure to overturn an Obama Era rule that attempted to block states from defunding Planned Parenthood.
Presbyterian Church (USA) is suing a congregation that broke away from the Mainline denomination to retain control of their church property.
A liberal website that Snopes.com labeled "unreliable" has apparently taken down an article claiming that all eight Supreme Court Justices reject President Donald Trump's nominee Neil Gorsuch.
A California bishop of The Episcopal Church is facing a disciplinary hearing for allegations that he violated church law when trying to sell off a diocesan property to a condominium developer for $15 million.
Planned Parenthood Abortionist in CMP Undercover Video: 'It's Creepy' to Call Aborted Infants 'Babies'
A California-based pro-life group has released their latest undercover video showing a Planned Parenthood official talking about what to do if a baby is born alive at one of their clinics.
Three lawsuits centered on whether church-affiliated hospitals can be exempted from federal law on retirement income have made their way to the United States Supreme Court.