Influential Christian leaders are increasingly speaking up and telling Christians to vote in the presidential election next month. John Piper and Billy Graham are the latest figures to encourage believers not to sit this election out and to vote biblical values.
The felon who killed a 28-year-old pastor in Texas was sentenced to death on Tuesday by a jury. Steven Lawayne Nelson was convicted last week of capital murder in the March 2011 killing of Pastor Clint Dobson, who led NorthPointe Baptist Church in Arlington.
The second of three presidential debates takes place tonight beginning 9 p.m. ET. The debate, happening from Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., can be viewed live through the player below.
Is it fair for the government to promote natural marriage but not same-sex marriage? Isn't this discrimination against homosexuals? What about equality? These questions are addressed in a new video ad by the National Organization for Marriage.
Family friendly channel GMC is drawing criticism for cutting out what some viewers consider the "most important pro-life scene" in the film "October Baby."
A popular Christian blogger says he's voting for Mitt Romney and is challenging notions that Christians should sit out this year's election or that they shouldn't vote for the GOP presidential candidate because he's a Mormon.
Pastor Greg Laurie is pushing back against same-sex marriage advocates who call Christians intolerant and "homophobic." "I hate the word 'homophobic,'" Laurie said Thursday, "because I can just as easily come back and say 'well, you're biblophobic (fearful of the Bible) to say I'm homophobic.'"
Evangelist Billy Graham commended Mitt Romney for his values and moral convictions after meeting with the GOP presidential candidate at his North Carolina home on Thursday.
For the first time since purchasing the Crystal Cathedral, Roman Catholics held an event, or more specifically a prayer breakfast, at the Southern California glass building on Wednesday.