Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said at Thursday's GOP debate in Michigan that the legality of both same-sex marriage and gay adoption should be left up to the states.
Before a lively crowd at the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit, Cruz was asked by Fox News moderator Bret Baier his opinion on gay adoption.
The Republican presidential hopeful responded by noting his views on states' rights, as well as his opposition to last year's U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage nationwide. more >>
Erica Campbell says she isn't ready to reveal whether she'll be replacing her sister, Tina, in their gospel music group Mary Mary, but fans will soon find out.
In a new season of their hit WE tv reality television show "Mary Mary," fans will witness the group's producer and Erica's husband, Warryn Campbell, threatening to replace Tina. After pursuing solo music efforts for the past two years, the sisters are speaking about coming back together to meet contractual obligations for their original group.
When Hip Hollywood questioned Erica about replacing Tina, the former revealed why her husband had to give her sister an ultimatum. more >>
A regional body of the United Methodist Church announced its plans to ignore the denominational rules barring non-celibate homosexuals from ordination.
The New York Annual Conference's Board of Ordained Ministry released a statement Tuesday noting that they will no longer consider the sexual orientation or gender identity of an ordination candidate.
A conservative pundit who supports same-sex marriage stated that liberals could never have a civil discussion on the debate over marriage definition.
At a panel on gay marriage and religious liberty held on the main stage of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, Guy Benson of Townhall.com said that "this conversation we are having right now, literally couldn't happen at a leftwing conference."
Singleness is not some lesser condition of life to be pitied, and shame on me if I ever write about it as if it were.
The Apostle Paul lifted high the single life — a life he himself embraced. Though he didn't diminish the blessing of marriage, he also didn't mince words when he said that to be unmarried was even better (1 Corinthians 7:28). Singleness shouldn't be frowned upon or escaped; it is a marvelous gift to be utilized for the Kingdom of God.
Yet as we all know, many unmarried believers struggle to feel as optimistic as Paul did about their state. Sure, in some cases this "unbelief" about the goodness of singleness stems from sins of ingratitude or envy. There are those who idolize the prospect of marriage and allow bitterness to stir in their heart toward God for not giving it to them — and maybe even jealousy toward their fellow Christians who are married. However, there are a great number of us who don't wallow in self-pity over this call (whether temporary or long term) on our lives. Though the single life isn't without its difficulties, we trust that God will comfort and provide for us . . . just as he did for single men like Paul. more >>
The Rev. Billy Graham warns Christians not to fall prey to their boss' inappropriate advances in a recent "My Answers" post on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's website.
Responding to a question regarding a married boss' "uncomfortable" advances in the workplace, Graham says employees must "firmly and clearly" let the employer know that their behavior is neither appropriate nor welcome.
"You should not do anything to encourage him or give him an excuse to break up his marriage. The Bible is clear: 'If sinful men entice you, do not give in to them. ... Do not set foot on their paths,' Proverbs 1:10, 15," Graham says. more >>