Anne Graham Lotz, the daughter of evangelist Billy Graham, said that she is honored to call herself an "evangelical feminist," sharing that she was raised in a strong evangelical home where women were well respected.
"If 'evangelical feminism,' means women who know what they believe, who are strong in their convictions, who are bold in their actions, who are courageous to stand up and speak out for Jesus Christ while being godly wives and mothers, then I celebrate them today," Lotz wrote on Tuesday, which was International Women's Day.
"And I would be honored to be counted in their number," she added. more >>
Islamic State militants have been raping girls as young as 8 and 9-years-old in packed halls full of victims, details from an anti-extremist report reveals.
The revelations came from a detailed 100-page report by the Quilliam Foundation, based on six months of research into the practices and abuses being carried out by IS.
"One woman described how she was raped in Mosul and that she heard the screams of girls who had been taken from the main hall where she and other women were being kept, to a small adjacent room. She recounted how she saw an IS man point a gun at a young girl who had been resisting," the report states in part. more >>
Controversial transgender star Caitlyn Jenner defended conservative political principles and bashed Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton during the premier episode of the second season of E!'s reality show "I Am Cait," despite her friends' attempts to get her to embrace liberal views.
The 66-year-old olympic gold medalist formerly known as Bruce Jenner didn't hold back from letting her negative opinion of the former Secretary of State be known in the newest episode of "I Am Cait" released this week.
The Daily Mail reports that during a conversation with transgender friends who were planning on attending a Clinton rally, Jenner told her friends that the Clinton rally was the "last place" she wanted to be. more >>
Brelyn Bowman says she wasn't surprised that people in the secular world disapproved of her posting a gynecologist's purity certificate on social media after her wedding day last year. But she was shocked by the backlash that came from Christians.
The 23-year-old wife of gospel singer Tim Bowman Jr. says she made the decision to honor God by abstaining from sex until her wedding day. Soon after she proudly announced to the world on Instagram that she had remained a virgin until her wedding day by showing the certificate she presented to her father, a number of Christians responded in anger.
Bowman told The Christian Post that she was mostly surprised that many of those who left negative comments about her decision to show her father the results of her gynocological exam that revealed she was still a virgin before her wedding day identified as Christians. more >>
A pro-life student group at the University of New Mexico is countering the now typical college "sex week" that promotes such things as BDSM on many American campuses by hosting a week-long series of events that showcase accurate information about sex, pregnancy and sexual assault.
Known as "Real Sex Week" organized by Students for Life UNM, events started Monday and include workshops on STI education, on-campus parental support, and information on the harms of abortion.
Sade Patterson, president of Students for Life UNM, told The Christian Post that Real Sex Week is meant to contrast with the past two sex week events held on the campus. more >>
The nation's oldest Catholic university, Georgetown University, has invited Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, to speak at an event in April, citing "students' right to express their personal views."
The Lecture Fund, a student-run organization, has invited Richards to speak on campus, the university confirms in a statement it issued after drawing criticism for inviting the leader of America's controversial and largest abortion provider.
"This is the latest in a long history of scandal at Georgetown University," said Patrick Reilly, president of Cardinal Newman Society, a nonprofit that seeks to promote and defend faithful Catholic education. more >>