Uniformed police officers say they will be on hand to keep the peace at a Wisconsin high school Tuesday during a parent-led "Jesus Lunch" just in case tensions flare up between critics and supporters of the weekly event.
Every Tuesday during their lunch break hundreds of Middleton High School students attend a parent-led gathering at nearby Fireman's Park that includes Christian worship and discussion.
Chief Charles Foulke of the Middleton Police Department released a statement last Friday explaining that officers were going to be present at this week's luncheon. more >>
The American Library Association has revealed that the Bible is among the books most often challenged and called to be banned in libraries.
"You have people who feel that if a school library buys a copy of the Bible, it's a violation of church and state," said James LaRue, who directs the Office for Intellectual Freedom for the American Library Association, according to The Associated Press.
"And sometimes there's a retaliatory action, where a religious group has objected to a book and a parent might respond by objecting to the Bible." more >>
An evangelical professor and former president of Fuller Theological Seminary has argued that Mormons are possibly becoming more in line with Orthodox Christian belief.
Richard J. Mouw, a scholar and author who served as Fuller president for 20 years before retiring in 2013, wrote an essay for the publication First Things slated to be published in May.
C. S. Lewis once said that education without values makes us into "more clever devils." Here's why that's so.
We've all seen the studies showing that students in America are falling behind in STEM subjects — STEM is shorthand for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics — and many in education and government are freaking out. The STEM Education Coalition warns that 60 percent of employers are having a hard time finding qualified workers, and that of 65 education systems worldwide, American students rank only 27th in math and 20th in science.
"STEM education must be elevated as a national priority," the group recommends. "Our nation's future economic prosperity," they say, "is closely linked with student success in the STEM fields." more >>
A pro-life research organization released a report on the "global problem" of sex-selective abortion ahead of a United States House hearing on a bill meant to ban the practice.
The Charlotte Lozier Institute released a paper Wednesday titled "Sex-Selection Abortion: The Real War on Women," authored by Anna Higgins, J.D.
Higgins, who is part of a panel testifying before the Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice on Thursday afternoon, wrote that sex-selective abortion is a "global problem." more >>
Recent comments made by Donald Trump regarding the United States' relationship with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization hold merit, according to some foreign policy experts.
In multiple interviews, the Republican frontrunner has argued that the United States is doing too much to support NATO and not getting enough in return.