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.
David and Jason Benham are urging people to hang magnolia wreaths this Christmas season in support of Chip and Joanna Gaines in response to a controversial Buzzfeed piece about their church.
The department store chain Macy's says that it is no longer donating to America's largest abortion business, Planned Parenthood.
Are hotels in the United States stopping the longstanding tradition of having Bibles in their rooms? And is this a sign of growing secularism in the nation?
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.
John Glenn, who became one of the 20th century's greatest heroes as the and later as the world's oldest astronaut, in addition to a long career as a U.S. senator, died on Thursday at age of 95, Ohio's governor said.
Felicia Sanders, one of just three people to survive the bloody massacre that left nine others dead during a Bible study at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina last year, said accused shooter Dylann Roof, 22, deserves to be in the "pit of Hell."
Evangelical leader the Rev. Franklin Graham has slammed Time magazine, which recently named President-elect Donald Trump its 2016 person of the year, for also describing Democrat Hillary Clinton at the "American Moses."
A Christian congregation in Connecticut that dates back to the 1600s has sold its church building to a Muslim group that plans to turn the building into a mosque.
As the American criminal justice system remains broken in numerous ways, Google has taken on the call to spread awareness to its millions of users about the injustices that thousands of Americans face every day because of the way prison systems are run and laws are written.
The Satanic Temple is threatening to file a lawsuit against the state of Texas over new regulations that require abortion providers to either bury or cremate aborted babies, arguing that the rules violate the group's religious beliefs because it promotes the idea of "fetal personhood."
A beloved North Carolina pastor who suffered a heart attack and died in a crash while driving his wife home from a local airport early Sunday morning is now being mourned by his surviving spouse and church family.
Comcast Sparks Row After Axing Word Network for Media Company Owned by Black Pastor Who Interviewed Trump
Barely three months after his controversial interview with President-elect Donald Trump to help him reach black Americans during his campaign in September, Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, founder and president of Impact Television Network, says he's being "blessed" by media giant Comcast with access to lucrative markets of black Americans on the East and West Coasts.
The mother and daughter featured on American Atheists' billboard campaign urging people to "skip church" this Christmas have turned out to be Christians who say they love God.
A decision forcing a Christian-owned bed and breakfast to pay a same-sex couple $30,000 for refusing to host their wedding ceremony will stand.
As over 140,000 people have signaled their support for HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines after BuzzFeed published a critical article on their Texas pastor's biblical teachings that "homosexuality is sin," Chip Gaines is now calling on his fans to show respect for BuzzFeed author Kate Arthur.
Creation Museum and Ark Encounter President Ken Ham recently spoke with a Muslim reporter for an Asian news network who asked Ham whether he is going to Hell because of his Islamic faith, to which Ham responded that all who are not born again are on the wrong path.
With more than 1,000 restaurant locations nationwide, Chick-fil-A will soon be rolling out its first food truck in one Texas city.
An atheist group in Florida has put a "Festivus" pole with a "Make America Great Again" red cap adjacent to a nativity scene on city property in Deerfield Beach.
Chip and Joanna Gaines, stars of HGTV's No. 1 series "Fixer Upper," who are being criticized for supporting traditional marriage, have been backed alongside Pastor Jimmy Seibert by a conservative petition looking to defend their right to "speak the truth."
American Atheists, one of the nation's largest secular groups, has installed an "Atheist Christmas" billboard in Colorado Springs, urging passersby not to go to church this season. The group has put up several such ads in other cities too.
Former Republican vice presidential nominee and supporter of Donald Trump Sarah Palin criticized the president-elect's deal to subsidise Indiana-based air conditioning company Carrier to keep jobs in that state, warning that such a move could lead to "crony capitalism."
A bipartisan House investigative panel has referred Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast for criminal prosecution to the Texas Attorney General for its alleged illegal sale of baby body parts, saying its findings have confirmed the criminal activity at the controversial abortion provider that had been documented in videos related by the Center for Medical Progress.
Jimmy Seibert, who pastors the Texas church attended by HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, says there is a reason to be "grateful" for the recent BuzzFeed article targeting him and the popular Christian couple because of his biblical teachings in opposition to same-sex marriage.
The death toll rose to 13 on Friday as officials in Tennessee continue to investigate the cause of the massive wildfires that have destroyed homes and businesses in Gatlinburg and surrounding areas where over 5,000 people are still without power.
Evangelical preacher and long-time Israel supporter Pastor John Hagee says President-elect Donald Trump won the election because of his support for the Jewish state.
Buzzfeed Defends Article Attacking 'Fixer Upper' Stars Chip and Joanna for Attending Church That Opposes Gay Marriage
The editor-in-chief of Buzzfeed took to social media to defend an article published earlier this week that's critical of Chip and Joanna Gaines of the HGTV reality TV series "Fixer Upper" for attending a church that opposes gay marriage.
American Atheists, one of the nation's largest secular groups, has released its Christmas 2016 billboard ad campaign in which it uses President-elect Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan to encourage young people to skip church.
Jimmy Seibert, the pastor of the Texas megachurch attended by HGTV "Fixer Upper" stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, has responded to Buzzfeed's recent "hit piece" targeting the popular celebrity couple because of their pastor's traditional Christian teachings that "homosexuality is a sin."