Facebook again blocked a Christian vlogger known as the Activist Mommy for "hate speech" this week but now says its actions were a "mistake."
Germany is a step closer to allowing its citizens to legally identify as a third gender — instead of male or female — on official documents in which they will be designated as "diverse."
California lawmakers are revising the state's penal code to make advising or helping someone to carry out a physician assisted suicide unprosecutable.
The man who in 2015 exposed Planned Parenthood's trafficking of baby body parts procured during abortions has a dozen more "damning and incriminating" tapes to release if a gag order can be lifted.
Community Reaches Out to Couple Who Accidentally Started Carr Fire: 'Ocean of Compassion, Love and Grace'
The community of Redding, California is reaching out to the couple whose flat tire started the Carr fire, telling them "this was not your fault."
A Pennsylvania grand jury report released Tuesday details how the Catholic Church hierarchy systematically covered up sexual abuse across the northeastern state.
A U.K.-based cinema chain has settled a lawsuit with Christian filmmakers after it canceled their screening for a film about individuals who've abandoned homosexuality.
Theologians and other Christian writers are weighing in on the phenomenon of Canadian psychologist and professor Jordan Peterson, whose influence among young men continues to grow.
Televangelist Kenneth Copeland says God once told him to lay hands on a corroded private jet and that He would heal the plane when he did.
A new study is challenging the American Psychological Association's contention that therapies for unwanted same-sex attraction are harmful.
Belgium is coming under scrutiny as reports emerge detailing the number of people legally put to death in that nation through euthanasia, including children as young as 9 and 11.
Amid dozens of church closures in the heart of the Bible belt, some in South Carolina are planting congregations in bars and movie theaters.
England's National Health Service is being threatened with legal action for not funding fertility services for transgender individuals before they undergo hormone treatments and sex-change operations that lead to sterility.
A sorority at Harvard University has decided to close rather than admit men who claim to be women into their group amid the university's sanctions against single-gender social organizations.
An influential charismatic church is giving $1,000 to every household that lost their home in the Carr Fire, a move it says is a "God-sized step of faith."
Amid the ongoing fallout over sexual misconduct within churches, some are wondering if a particular theology known as complementarianism will survive. A prominent Southern Baptist leader says it will, but stresses Christians must remain watchful.
A former mayor in Durham County in England, who is also a Christian pastor, has been cleared of complaints filed against him for social media posts critical of Islam, homosexuality and transgenderism.
Five-year-olds in Scotland will be told in classrooms that their gender is "what you decide," according to draft educational guidelines set to be implemented next year in Scottish public schools.
A virtual church has been launched for gamers, the pastor of which says he is reaching a people group for Christ that the traditional church does not even know exists.
Women who were conceived with donor eggs and sperm are speaking about their journey and shock of finding out their biological parents are not who they thought they were.
A prominent Southern Baptist leader is criticizing the recent Revoice conference, saying it is awash in confusing language and does not represent faithful Christianity despite its assertions of adherence to biblical sexual ethics.
A California church sold their church building and relocated in a new space where beer is served and plans are underway to build a brewery where church services can occur.
Irish Catholic Leaders, Pro-Lifers Not Backing Down Following Amendment Repeal, Proposed Abortion Law
Catholic leaders and hospitals in Ireland are refusing to comply with the government in light of the nation's vote earlier this year repealing their constitutional amendment that barred abortion nationwide.
After almost 500 years, a rare medieval Bible has returned to the library at Canterbury Cathedral and will soon be displayed in exhibition.
An independent report has found that a school policy which constantly pushed high test scores at an elite Church of England grammar school has yielded multiple students at risk of suicide.