Following reports that the Pentagon has been planning on court martialing soldiers for religious proselytization, the Department of Defense has clarified that only those forcing their beliefs on others will be punished.
Former NFL Star LeRoy Butler said that the Wisconsin church he was scheduled to speak at has canceled his appearance after he expressed his support for Jason Collins, the first NBA player to come out as gay.
Televangelist and CBN host Pat Robertson has said in an interview that there is nothing bigoted about Christians labeling homosexuality a sin, in light of controversy stirred over the recent coming out of NBA player Jason Collins.
In an unprecedented move, Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, who became the first pope in almost 600 years to retire when he stepped down at the end of February due to health reasons, has returned to the Vatican to live next to Pope Francis.
The Roman Catholic Church has excommunicated the popular Brazilian priest Father Roberto Francisco Daniel for teaching that same-sex marriage is OK.
The University of Arizona is defending its decision to allow a student preacher to protest a sexual assault awareness event on campus last week with signs reading "You Deserve Rape," which have stirred a lot of controversy.
The Pentagon has hired a Jewish activist who has been outspoken in his opposition to conservative Christianity to serve as a consultant and develop new policies on religious tolerance.
Following the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, reports have come out revealing that clerics who rushed on site to minister to the injured and dying were held back by authorities due to security risks.
U.S. Pastor Saeed Abedini has been sent to solitary confinement in Evin Prison in Tehran, Iran, raising concerns for his deteriorating health, family members have confirmed.
Colorado residents have spoken out against two billboards put up by an anonymous party featuring Native Americans carrying guns in what appears to be a pro-gun advertisement.3 comments
NFL quarterback Tim Tebow, now formerly of the New York Jets, has tweeted a passage from Proverbs about trusting God in the wake of his release from the sports franchise.
The American Center for Law and Justice has blasted President Barack Obama for his blessing of Planned Parenthood, calling it "outrageous" and reminding Americans that PP is responsible for over 300,000 abortions every year.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie once again praised President Barack Obama's response to Superstorm Sandy on the six-month anniversary of the devastating storm, despite what he says are great political differences between the two.
Hopes are beginning to fade in Bangladesh to find more survivors in the rubble of the eight-story building that collapsed last week, as the death toll rose to 380 victims.
Televangelist Benny Hinn has asked supporters of his ministry for $2.5 million in donations, which he says an anonymous donor will match dollar by dollar to help him get out of debt.