The brother of British aid worker David Haines, who was beheaded by ISIS, said Sunday that the Muslim faith is about love and peace and that the terrorist group that executed his brother symbolizes terror, not religion. He also recalled that his brother was about "love for all men."
America's Christian Heritage Under Threat, Say Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Tony Perkins at 'Star Spangled Sunday'
On the 200th anniversary of America's National Anthem, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, former Gov. Mike Huckabee, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins and other Christian conservative leaders spoke at an event in North Carolina, reflecting on God's hand of providence and expressing hope that He would continue to help protect religious freedom.
President Barack Obama said with confidence in Wednesday night's prime-time presidential address that he labels hunting down terrorists organizations like the Islamic State to be a "core principle" of his presidency. However, the plan Obama presented the nation to combat the terrorist group ISIS, also known as ISIL, in Syria and Iraq has received heavy criticism from both sides of the political aisle and from ranking officials in the Defense Department.
The day after U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was heckled at a Christian event aimed at bringing Christians together over the plight of persecution in the Middle East, some speakers at the event addressed the disruption.
With opposition to Common Core gaining ground in the electorate, some politicians are beginning to respond.
A federal appeals court panel has upheld New Jersey's law banning sexual orientation change therapy for minors, in agreement with a lower court decision.
United States Senator Ted Cruz was booed at a Washington, DC event spotlighting the need to help persecuted Christians abroad.
Patriarchs from the Middle East gathered on Capitol Hill Wednesday urging members of Congress to provide further support to Iraqi central government and supply weapons to Kurdish Peshmerga forces that are helping provide refuge to thousands of displaced Iraqi Christians that are being persecuted by Islamic State jihadists.
US Will Lead Broad Coalition to Fight ISIS, Says Obama in Speech; Fight Will Be Different From Wars in Iraq, Afghanistan
In a highly anticipated speech on fighting ISIS, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday night that the U.S. will lead a broad coalition of "friends and allies" to push back the threat of the terror group. Obama also attempted to assure Americans that this war will be different from the ones in Iraq and Afghanistan, but asserted that it will take time.
British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted that ISIS militants "are monsters" and "not Muslims" following the release of a video showing the beheading of British aid worker David Haines.
Religious freedom helps everyone, no matter what political or religious affiliation, a diverse group of religious freedom experts agreed Wednesday at the 2014 AEI Evangelical Leadership Summit.
Contrary to popular opinion and previous research, the Christian Right was not responsible for people leaving their church, a new study finds.
New polling shows that the Republicans hold a slight edge over Democrats in enough key midterm Senate races to give the GOP control of the Senate.
The attorneys general of 17 states, led by Colorado, have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the U.S. Constitution includes a right to same-sex marriage. The Mormon church and a few Christian groups have also filed a friend-of-the-court brief.
A study looking at what drives some Millennial Evangelicals to hold less conservative views than their elders generated surprising results.
The Evangelical Immigration Table's efforts to build support for immigration reform have achieved modest success, according to new research.
Why do Catholics who are aligned with Democrats on social welfare and Republicans on abortion usually vote Democrat? Recent political science research suggests an answer.
An appeals court has rejected Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott's effort to allow for the enforcement of a key provision of the state's recently passed abortion law.
While supporters of traditional marriage are often presented as driven by emotion and religiosity and supporters of same-sex marriage are often presented as voices of rationality and reason, the reality is quite different. Traditional marriage supporters have presented a view, complete with foundational principles, for state recognition of conjugal marriage while same-sex marriage supporters have failed to answer two questions that are central to the issue.