A theological professor in Atlanta who was recently fired from his position is claiming that he was fired for expressing his conservative position related to homosexuality.
There are disturbing reports coming out of Egypt that hardline Muslim Brotherhood supporters are crucifying opponents of President Mohammed Morsi, creating a panic within religious minority communities.
A prominent atheist group has come under fire after they released a new billboard advertisement attacking Christianity with claims that Jesus is a "useless savior."
The Family Research Council security guard who is cited with preventing the deaths of many people after a gunman opened fire outside the center is crediting God for placing him there at that moment to stifle the attack.
There is a new push among the churches in England to bring to service those who might not be able to attend due to some form of disability and at the same time try to break the stigma surrounding the disabled.
Physicians in England are voicing their concerns over devoutly religious parents who refuse to stop or start medical treatment of their critically and terminally ill children.
Members of the House of Commons Library have published a briefing note over the recent government consultation over the proposed measure to legalize same-sex marriage.
Investigators in Washington D.C. revealed that the man suspected of shooting and wounding a security guard in the lobby of the Family Research Center had been volunteering at a community center for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
There is considerable attention being brought to assisted suicide and euthanasia in England recently. Several groups in favor of changing laws concerned with such acts have increased their lobbying of members of the British Parliament and the debate over euthanasia is reaching a fever pitch.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan has responded to criticism over his invitation of President Obama to attend the annual Al Smith Dinner, explaining that this invitation marks a time for discussion during a time of heated political exchanges over the contraception debate.
There are reports of government officials in Uzbekistan arresting and fining people who are found to have various religious texts in their possession, which goes against the country's law protecting religious freedom.
Just 6 in every 100,000 abortions being performed in England and Wales were undertaken to save the mother from a life-threatening situation, a new report has found. That means in 99.994 percent of abortions the baby was terminated even though the mother's life was not immediately at risk.
Given the rapid rate of the decline in Christian values throughout America, religious leaders are thinking of ways to reinvigorate faith communities and draw people closer to Christ.
On Tuesday, voters in Missouri expressed their views concerning religious freedom and overwhelmingly approved a state constitutional amendment that supporters feel will protect it.
Gabby Douglas, the American gold medal-winning gymnast, revealed that her father was absent from her life when she was younger, putting her mother and three other siblings in a tough financial situation.
A prominent religious leader has issued a statement opposing an invitation extended to President Obama for a fundraiser hosted by New York Catholic Charities given the Presidents support for same sex marriage and abortion.
Voters in Missouri will take to the polls on Tuesday to vote on an amendment that would safeguard the rights of those who wish to pray in public.
Parents and educators alike took to the streets of Hong Kong over the weekend to protest what they are calling a propaganda campaign aimed at "brainwashing" school children into supporting the communist-run country.
Micah Challenge, a new initiative dedicated to eradicating global poverty by 2015, encourages Christians around the world to become involved in aiding the poor while holding governments responsible for their commitment for reaching the Millennium Development Goals.
British Prime minister David Cameron is once again making clear that he supports gay marriage and intends to push through legislation in parliament that will legalize same-sex marriage, in addition to plans in Scotland already moving forward to do just that.
A report recently released showcases the dire circumstances that young Coptic Christians in Egypt face on a daily basis including abductions and forced conversions.
A church in Florida that rents space in a public school is being threatened with eviction after the preacher spoke about the sin of homosexuality.
Before a large rally to support gay marriage, the openly gay Dean of St. Albans has declared that God is for gay marriage and that the Church of England is misguided in its views.
With recent statements, the Scottish government is set to become the first country to legalize gay marriage despite a record number or respondents in opposition to such a measure.
In our hectic lives of sending tweets, updating our status and checking email, it might not occur that the essence of our natural world around us is full of God's gifts and inspiration, we just need to take the time to notice.