North Carolina's Wake County Public School System has reportedly responded to pressure from the Freedom From Religion Foundation by barring its school choirs from singing at a nativity event.
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham's Answers in Genesis ministry has focused on atheism and "humanistic type of religions" in the final book of its series that focuses on world religions and cults.
Archaeologists have discovered an 1,800-year-old stone tablet on the seafloor near the biblical city of Dor in Israel that reveals the name of the Roman governor of Judea in the second century.
An American pastor who for decades has been serving the Turkish people is now being held in prison in the Islamic nation on charges that he is a "threat to national security."
Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly believes the "war on Christmas" has been won as more and more retailers are choosing to recognize the holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ.
As Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's army regains control of Aleppo after opposition forces agreed to withdraw from the war-torn city, several shocking stories of human rights abuses are being reported and investigated by the U.N.
A study of the most "sinful" cities in America ranked by the seven deadly sins has found where the most "potential cheaters" live and where the most violent crimes per capita are committed.
Female genital mutilation "parties" are becoming problematic in the U.K., with midwives from Africa being flown in to perform the illegal and dangerous practice, according to the Black Health Initiative, an England-based charity.
There are three growing religious views held by Christian youth that are not backed by the Bible and are causing them harm, according to The American Family Association.
While some scientists are predicting a fiery end of the world, Christians have a contrasting message and place their trust in Jesus Christ, says evangelist Ray Comfort.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Arizona has offered his thoughts on the debate of whether Christian parents should tell their children the truth about Santa Claus, and suggested that they can celebrate the life and legacy of Saint Nicholas, the man behind the myth.
Time is running out for two Christian pastors facing a possible death penalty in Sudan, the American Center for Law and Justice is warning as it launches a global petition asking the world to help save the two men.
Conservative commentators are slamming Microsoft's new Christmas-themed ad, which features transgender teens, pro-gay marriage children, and refugees celebrating "what's good and right" in the world, by arguing that the tech giant is making a pointedly political message.
The owner of a Christian billboard company is defending American Atheists' "Skip Church!" Christmas ads on display in cities across the United States.
Roman Catholic Church leaders in Manila, Philippines, are speaking out against President Rodrigo Duterte's plans to reintroduce the death penalty, arguing that God doesn't support capital punishment and it fails to deter crime.
A Christian nurse has been fired by England's National Health Service after several patients allegedly complained that she spoke about Jesus Christ with them, though the nurse insists she simply offered to pray with patients and comforted those who voluntarily spoke about religion.
The Christian Coptic community in Cairo is mourning the 25 people killed in the bombing at St. Mark's Cathedral on Sunday, Cairo's largest Coptic church, with activists condemning the "shocking and devastating" attack.
Answers in Genesis President Ken Ham says a secularist "witch hunt" has been formed against Christian couple Chip and Joanna Gaines for attending a church that supports traditional marriage.
Astronaut John Glenn Said of His Faith: 'To Look Out at Creation and Not Believe in God Is Impossible'
John Glenn, the celebrated American astronaut who died at the age of 95 on Thursday, was a firm believer who once said it would be "impossible" for him not to believe in God, having seen creation from space.
Gay Government Official Threatens to Shut Down American Family Association's Charity Status Over Marriage Stance
An openly gay government official from Connecticut has warned the conservative America Family Association that its charitable status may be cut, due to its support for traditional marriage and opposition to same-sex marriage.
A campaign against the Kellogg's Company has received over 408,000 signatures as of Friday morning, and has been joined by the conservative Family Research Council, after the cereal maker blacklisted the Breitbart news site.
As the world marks the U.N.'s International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of Genocide, persecution watchdog groups are warning that Christians continue to be some of the most widely targeted people.
Popular Christian boxer and Filipino Senator Manny Pacquiao has proposed a bill that would officially designate a "National Bible Day" holiday in the Philippines, calling Scripture the "foundation" of strong nation building.
Malta is set to become the first country in Europe to ban gay conversion therapy, and is threatening mental health professionals with steep fines and up to a year in jail if they treat patients seeking help for same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria.
A compilation of studies has sought to identify some of the most atheistic cities in the Western world, particularly those in the U.S., U.K. and Europe.