Facebook has restricted Republican congressional candidate Elizabeth Heng's campaign from placing a video ad, deeming it too "shocking, disrespectful or sensational" because it features her American immigrant parents, who survived brutalities by the Khmer Rouge communists during the Cambodian Civil War.
Immigration and prison officials have seized Bibles and other holy books from immigrants detained at a federal prison in California, where they are being subjected to dangerous and inhumane conditions with no freedom to practice their respective faiths, the American Civil Liberties Union says in a lawsuit.
An evangelical parish with a large congregation in Edinburgh has voted to quit the Scottish Episcopal Church over its decision to be the United Kingdom's first Anglican body to endorse same-sex marriage.
Physicist and skeptic author Lawrence Krauss has been ousted as the director of Arizona State University's Origins Project over recent allegations of sexual misconduct.
A Maryland woman has been charged with embezzling more than $100,000 from her church in a scheme that lasted several months.
A U.S. District Court in Florida has ordered Pastor Paula White to pay $13,707 to a woman for causing "emotional harm" by suing her for copyright infringement after she posted videos criticizing her church and ministries.
On its 25th anniversary, the online scripture resource Bible Gateway declares it has been viewed more than 14 billion times and reveals what its top 10 keyword searches and top five Bible verses searched and shared by its users are.
A Michigan appeals court has ruled in favor of a woman who filed a lawsuit against Planet Fitness' transgender-friendly locker room policy after her membership was revoked following her complaint about a man walking into the women's locker room while she was getting undressed.
The number of Americans suffering from "Trump Anxiety Disorder," a term coined by psychiatrists in 2007, is on the rise, claims CBC News.
Frequent participation in religious activities protects college men from engaging in sexually aggressive and coercive behaviors, according to a new research.
Pope Francis has ordered the suspension of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, a prominent leader of the Catholic Church in the United States, from exercising any public ministry and placed him in seclusion "for a life of prayer and penance" following accusations of sexual abuse of a teenage altar boy decades ago.
Nicaraguans are leaving the country for safety and "a lot" of them might arrive in the United States if the situation gets worse, says a Catholic priest whose parish recently came under siege during an ongoing brutal crackdown on anti-government protests in that country that has killed over 300 people.
Speaking at a conference in California, Academy award-winning actor Anthony Hopkins, who has starred in films like "The Remains of the Day," frankly discussed his longtime fight with alcoholism and how "trust in God" helped him overcome it and saved his life and career.
Evangelical Christian leaders are backing the Trump administration's threat of sanctions against Turkey and urging Christians not to travel to that country, saying it's unsafe for all if it isn't safe for U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson.
Children With Autism Given Puberty Blockers in UK Despite Not Suffering Gender Dysphoria, Experts Fear
Nearly 150 British children who have autism were given puberty blockers after being referred to the country's only clinic for transgender children even though they might not be suffering from gender dysphoria at all, according to an official report.
A 70-year-old woman who was jailed for embezzling more than $95,000 from her church in the U.K. while she was in charge of its accounts has repaid the amount after her son and daughter-in-law sold their own house to raise the money.
Pastor Steve Ayers, who started Hillvue Heights Church in Kentucky with 30 members in 1991, has now baptized 10,000 people and has thousands of members who attend worship services every week.
A Christian preacher from East London who was arrested last week and banned from preaching outside St. Paul's Cathedral, says the U.K.'s parliament needs to pass a new law protecting the right to proclaim the Bible in public.
A baby was born in the bathroom of a Chick-fil-A store in San Antonio, Texas, and will get free chicken for life. Wrapped in his father's "Trump 2020" T-shirt, the newborn has also been guaranteed her first job at age 14.
Amid the ongoing brutal crackdown on demonstrations against President Daniel Ortega's authoritarian rule in Nicaragua, senior Catholic priests are on the front lines backing the opposition. Some say the government has "declared war on the church," even as Sen. Marco Rubio warns the country could be on the brink of a civil war.
A Christian couple in Pennsylvania has filed a lawsuit after being ordered by government officials to stop using their private property to host Bible studies or other religious events.
A federal judge in New York has struck down a lawsuit against a coalition of Christian pro-life protesters who had been accused of threatening patients, staff and family members outside of an abortion clinic in New York City last year.
A video of a flash mob performance by 60 professional a capella gospel singers from around the world inside a Chick-fil-A in Nashville, Tennessee, has gone viral with more than 13 million views on Facebook.
Episodes of theologian John Piper's podcast "Ask Pastor John" have been played 100 million times over the last five-and-a-half years, and just one episode, on whether oral sex is okay, has been played more than 1.5 million times.
Doctors in the United States saved the life of a British baby after the U.K.'s National Health Service said they couldn't remove a large, non-cancerous tumor from his heart.