In response to an article recently published in The Telegraph U.K., the Evangelical Alliance has expressed concern over the mentality of governmental officials towards faith schools and those who support them when they cautioned the public about "evangelical Christians."
Conservatives have long stated that married families contribute to healthy societal life, but now more and more researchers are providing empirical evidence to support that claim.
During a radio interview in Scotland, entertainer George Michael stated that civil partnerships already offer same-sex couples the "same rights" as married couples, leaving to question the need to redefine marriage.
A report recently published describes the growing concern surrounding the increasingly common abductions and forced conversions of Coptic Christians in Egypt in the wake of the uprisings that overthrew former President Hosni Mubarak early in 2011.
A disturbing action known as "love jihad" is gaining notoriety after several reports have emerged of young impressionable women being seduced by Muslim men who wish to manipulate them and use them in an effort to aid their jihad.
An entrepreneur in Russia is claiming that he will be able to provide immortality to those willing to pay the price to live forever.
The President of one of the largest fast-food chains in America explained that he takes pride in being able to live out his Christian faith through his restaurants, but that we as a nation are challenging God's principals when it comes to the same sex-marriage debate.
Freedom to Marry recently launched its new initiative, "Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry," which aims to bring younger conservatives to the forefront of the same-sex marriage debate, but many conservative groups are upset that support for same-sex marriage would be made under the veil of conservatism.
A former graduate student has lost a lawsuit against her school for her expulsion over her views concerning homosexuality in a case that has drawn national interest.
Athletes gathering at the 2012 Olympic Games in London will have access to free copies of the Bible after Bible Society agreed to provide them.
Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) is defending his actions for not backing legislation that would create a special envoy for religious freedom at the State Department, contending that doing so would overlap current offices dedicated to religious freedom abroad while also limiting resources for those agencies.
Homosexual activists last week disrupted a meeting being held at Brazil's Chamber of Deputies over legislation being proposed that would allow for the legal psychological treatment of gays.
The British Ministry of Defense earlier this week declared that it was installing missiles on roof tops of some apartment buildings in London in preparation of the Olympic Games.
A new study recently published highlights the growing concern for parents trying to give a positive message about appearance to their daughters while trying to put less emphasis on perceived beauty.
After huge anticipation scientists at the CERN research center in Switzerland have confirmed the "discovery" of the Higgs boson, an elusive particle needed to answer some of the questions regarding the creation of the universe.
This year's Macy's "Ignite the Night" Fourth of July fireworks show will feature 40,000 fireworks in a 25 minute showcase of some of the largest and most expensive fireworks available. However, those hoping to catch the show will know that a clear view is essential.
Tests conducted on the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat found an unusually high amount of the radioactive element polonium-210 in some of his personal items, according to scientists with knowledge of the tests.
A survey that was recently published examined the rates of female priests being ordained in the Church of England and showed that for the first time more women were ordained in 2010 than were men.
In a brazen move, radical religious leaders of the Indigenous People Forum are set to introduce in Manipur, India new Freedom of Religion legislation, also known as the anti-conversion law.
According to recent reports, more than a third of women seeking an abortion in public institutions in Mexico City have a change of heart and select life for the unborn child rather than move forward with the alternatives offered by the Mexico City government.
A bishop in Colombia has allegedly been sued for discrimination over his opposition to same-sex marriage.
Legislation that was recently passed by the Chilean National Congress has many pro-family groups worried about the possible fallout which, they feel, would lead to the unwarranted persecutions of Christians in the country.
On Friday, religious leaders lead peaceful demonstrations in over 130 cities across America to voice their opposition to the Health Care Act, stating the legislation is an impediment of religious freedom.
Dr. Nicholas Cummings, who was once president of the American Psychological Association, says the organization that he once ran is being controlled by "ultra-liberals" who are working tirelessly to promote and advance the gay advocacy agenda.
Several Bishops in Bolivia recently released a statement which regarded the pursuit of homosexual marriage by members of the Bolivian government a "threat to the family" and urged the country's lawmakers not to pass a bill that would legalize gay marriage.