Christian author and spoken-word artist Jefferson Bethke took to social media to express his enthusiasm for the upcoming "Noah" film. He also expressed his confusion on why Christians have been so critical of the movie's fidelity to the Bible.
Several of the more than 80 amicus curiae briefs filed for the Hobby Lobby case included references to the work of New York City megachurch pastor Tim Keller.
American adoptions of international children have dropped to their lowest number in more than 20 years. In a report released Friday from the U.S. State Department, only 7,094 children from overseas were adopted in the 2013 fiscal year, over 1,500 fewer than the 8,668 adopted in 2012.
A small independent faith-based movie took No. 1 in the box office for films opening in 1,000 or fewer theaters, bringing in "an incredible" $8.56 million in its first three days.
British hospitals used the bodies of aborted and miscarried babies to heat their buildings, the United Kingdom's Channel 4 has shockingly revealed.
The president of a Virginia Ku Klux Klan group claims that the KKK is a faith-based Christian organization that does not condone violence.
Russell Moore: Westboro Baptist Are Not Baptists; Think 'Book of Mormon' Broadway Play to LDS Church
Since Phelps' Westboro Baptist Church first began receiving media coverage for publicly and coarsely denouncing homosexuals, and picketing funerals and churches, Southern Baptists have been quick to draw the line between themselves and the unaffiliated church.
Umut Sahin, general secretary for the Association of Protestant Churches in Turkey, accused the defendant's lawyers of deliberately delaying the 2007 case.
While Tim Tebow may still be unmarried and single — the former pro football player has not publicly admitted dating anyone — he's already imagining what his family life might look like some day.
Dr. Matthew Stanford, a Baylor University professor of psychology, speaks with The Christian Post, about Christians playing the blame game, the biological roots of homosexuality and church leaders who are mentally ill.
'Noah' Director Commissions Art Show to Broaden Bible Story Depictions Beyond 'Houseboat With Two Giraffes'
When filming his upcoming movie "Noah," Director Darren Aronofsky shared that he wanted to portray a different concept of the Bible story.
Author Captures 'God's Vision for Diversity' While Being a Small Minority in a Mostly White Southern Church
Author Trillia Newbell, an African-American woman who began attending a predominantly white 200-member church more than a decade ago shares her experiences in her recently released book, Unity: Captured by God's Vision for Diversity.
A New Jersey church will put a spin on the familiar Easter story by bringing in a professional detective to examine Christ's death and resurrection.
Fred Waldron Phelps Sr., who founded the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church, has died at the age of 84, his son, Timothy, has confirmed.
Rod Dreher, an Orthodox Christian who blogs for The American Conservative, called the new research about the big bang "a beautiful thing."
Dr. Matthew Stanford, a Baylor University professor of psychology, speaks with The Christian Post, about demonic possession, not treating the brain like the rest of the body, and Christians who reject doctors.
Chick-fil-A CEO Calls Response to LGBT Activists a 'Mistake,' But Reaffirms His Commitment to Traditional Values
In an interview last week with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dan Cathy, 61, who serves as the fast-food chain's president and CEO, said that reflecting on the events of 2012 had helped him to emerge as a wiser individual.
Mormon Church Says Women's Group Protesting for Priesthood at the Temple Detracts From 'Sacred Environment'
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said on Monday that a Mormon women's group calling on the church to accept female ordination will not be allowed to protest on temple property during a church conference in April.
Human rights groups have condemned an Iraqi bill that would permit girls younger than nine from the country's majority Shiite population to marry.
Mark Driscoll Apologizes to Mars Hill Church Followers for Using Wrong Book Marketing Strategy; Radio Show Host Blasts His Letter as 'Mushy Church Talk'
Megachurch pastor Mark Driscoll recently apologized via an internal letter to his congregation for using a marketing company that promoted his book Real Marriage through what he now sees as a manipulative method to help place the book on top of the New York Times best seller list.
Franklin Graham Commends Putin for Opposing LGBT Agenda in Russia, But Is Praying for Peace in Ukraine
Franklin Graham, president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, recently applauded Russian President Vladimir Putin for opposing the LGBT agenda in Russia. In a Decision Magazine editorial published the day that Russian troops first entered Crimea, Graham claimed he was "not endorsing President Putin," but that the former KGB officer was "right on these issues."
A new Wendy's campaign will highlight the company's commitment to adoption. The fast food chain began its initial advocacy work in this area after founder Dave Thomas, who was adopted himself, began the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption in 1992.
ChristianMingle announced its 2014 national Advisory Board members earlier this week and for the first time introduced regional advisory boards in Los Angeles and Dallas, in an effort to increase offline user engagement.
India suffers from an abysmal literacy rate, weak infrastructure and rampant poverty. But one of the toughest challenges the world's second largest country must confront in the 21st century is how it will better serve its declining and vulnerable female population.
A Michigan pastor has criticized Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit edition for sexually degrading women and promoting unrealistic and unhealthy appearance expectations.