Parents in southern Indiana have voiced their disapproval over a worksheet assigned to middle school students that they claim paints Sharia or Islamic law in oppressive countries like Saudi Arabia in a positive light.
Time for Church to Wake Up, Fight Against Tide of 'Forced Acceptance' of Homosexuality, Abortion: AFA
The Assistant to the President of the conservative American Family Association organization has warned that the Church in America has for decades found itself in a war with the "forced acceptance of homosexuality and abortion," but urged Christians to come alive spiritually in 2017.
The story of Centino Kemp, 25, who alleges in a tell-all book that the late Bishop Eddie Long initiated him into a six-year sexual relationship with rape when he was just 16 and then threatened his life when he tried to leave, is drawing renewed interest from the public in the aftermath of the preacher's death.
Bill Donohue of the Catholic League argues that the recent low abortion rates in America are due to young people being swayed by photos of unborn children in the womb, rather than by sex education.
A Louisiana mother believes that her late father was a guardian angel over her 7-year-old son who was caught in a house fire but helped an entire family to escape.
While thanking the late controversial megachurch preacher Eddie Long for being a benefactor who helped pay his way at Morehouse College, Pastor Jamal Bryant of Northwest Baltimore's popular Empowerment Temple, said the church failed his victims.
Mike Kinman, rector of All Saints Church, an Episcopal congregation in Pasadena, California, has announced that his congregation will no longer pray for elected leaders by name to avoid traumatizing worshipers with the name of President-elect Donald Trump.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson and hall-of-fame football coach Tony Dungy will join pastors, authors, former NFL players and media personalities at a Florida megachurch in February to discuss how faith can be used to bridge the racial divide facing the United States.
School District Lifts Ban Against Christian Group's Promotion of Good News Clubs at Elementary Schools
A school district in Washington state has reversed its decision banning a Christian group from distributing flyers to elementary students.
George H.W. Bush Hospitalized; Former President Recovering After Suffering Health Concerns, Breathing Difficulties
Former U.S. president George H.W. Bush has been in a Houston hospital since Saturday after he experienced shortness of breath, a family spokesman said on Wednesday.
Convicted for leaking sensitive military documents to WikiLeaks in 2013, Manning's sentence will now end on May 17 this year instead of 2045.
Promising 10,000 new jobs in US, Walmart is the only retail store expanding as Macy's and American Apparel reduce their operations.
Attacks on Rep. Lewis, Obamacare repeal, anti-immigration policies and Russian hacking allegations main reasons for Democrats boycotting Trump inauguration.
At his swearing-in, the President-elect will use a personal Bible and the Lincoln Bible which was used by Barack Obama too.
Members of the Grace Christian Fellowship church in Williamsburg, Kentucky, were left wracked with grief on the weekend after the wife of one of the church's founding families allegedly fatally shot her husband and two daughters in the head as they slept at home on Friday.
Police charge mother with murder after discovering body of her 12-year-old son in their apartment in Keizer, Oregon.
Several men who accused the late megachurch preacher Eddie Long in a lawsuit of coercing them into sexual acts while they were teenage members of his congregation, reacted to his death Sunday and announced that they are shopping a book about their lives.
NASA astronaut Eugene Cernan, the last man to walk on the surface of the moon, has died at the age of 82.
Donald Trump has a private meeting with Martin Luther King III to discuss voting rights and diffuse racial tensions in the US.
Facing a lack of donations after election results, the Clinton Global Foundation shuts down main office in NYC.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety will no longer be giving its book on grief to people whose family members are killed in auto accidents after a group of atheists claimed the book seeks to promote Christianity and violates the First Amendment.
As the nation remembers famed civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., many seeking to broadcast his words and statements must pay the price.
A prolific preacher, author, and public speaker, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has spoken or written many memorable statements.
Today, on Martin Luther King Day, we look at the life of the American civil rights pioneer and the lasting impact of his efforts in the country.
Obamacare Replacement: Trump Promises Insurance for All as Critics Protest Repeal Will Hurt Millions
Trump assures "insurance for all" and demands drug companies to lower prices as Obamacare repeal gets underway.
In response to the president-elect's criticism of Georgia Congressman John Lewis, at least 18 House Democrats have said they will not attend Donald Trump's inauguration on Jan. 20.
Missouri State University has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a lawsuit with a former student who was dismissed from his M.S. in counseling program after expressing concern over counseling same-sex couples due to his religious views.
Hours after New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, announced the death of their controversial leader, Bishop Eddie Long on Sunday, the late preacher's daughter, Taylor, called her father "perfect" and said she didn't blame God for wanting him back.
A new report released this week outlines the changes in American society during President Obama's eight years in office; the number of Christians in the United States has dropped significantly, the statistics show, but others argue there's more to the story.
The percentage of American adults openly identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender has increased from 3.5 percent in 2012 to 4.1 percent in 2016, a change that is led by the millennials, according to a Gallup poll.