Great Britain's National Health Service is offering breast exams and cervical smear tests for men who identify as women despite not having a cervix, according to a new public health guidebook on transgender and nonbinary persons.
Evidence continues to mount that the world's most powerful search engine is deliberately manipulating search results they deem objectionable by providing sketchy fact-check reviews of conservative websites while leaving liberal sites untouched.
The president and chief operating officer of Moody Bible Institute have resigned amid controversy over the theological direction of the institution and allegations of shady administration practices, the school announced Wednesday. One of the school's provosts will also be retiring.
A rising number of influential voices are sounding the alarm about the dangers of smartphone technology, as major investors in Apple urge the company to address the public health crisis of youth phone addiction.
Moody Bible Fires Radio Host Julie Roys; Tension Builds Amid Faculty Cuts, 'Self-Dealing' Allegations
A popular Moody Radio personality was fired amid controversy over a growing liberal theological drift at Moody Bible Institute and allegations of "self-dealing" among the administration and trustees.
New research reveals the reasons why most women make the difficult decision to have an abortion and chronicles the struggles they face afterward.
The enemy has not changed his strategy, which is to cause people to live in shame and question what God has really said, says Australian evangelist and anti-human trafficking campaigner Christine Caine.
Sarah Silverman's kind response and subsequent offer to pay for physical therapy of a man who called her a derogatory, sexist slur is making waves on the Internet.
A well-known Bible school is in the midst of what some say is a "crisis" involving falling enrollment numbers, theologically liberal professors, and an administration that has betrayed the school's mission and created a culture of fear.
A new government report shows that the number of high schoolers having sex is declining sharply and fewer teens are engaging in other risky behaviors like drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, and using marijuana.
If the Iran protesters are successful, conditions look to improve greatly for Christians not only in Iran but throughout the Middle East, some say.
Does Scripture Instruct Husbands to Correct Their Wives to Get Them 'Ready for Jesus'? Writers Debate
A December article on the Reformed site desiringgod.org urging Christian husbands to correct their wives in order to "get her ready for Jesus," is eliciting strong responses online, particularly from female writers.
Planned Parenthood's latest annual report reveals that for every adoption referral the organization made they performed 82 abortions, and the federal government is the group's largest source of funding.
An LGBT advocacy group released a report, showing that megachurches hold to traditional biblical teachings, with all 100 of the largest churches in the United States not affirming same-sex unions. The report also found that 93 percent of the megachurches are being led by a white pastor and only one has a female pastor.
A Connecticut woman who was stricken with an aggressive form of breast cancer died just hours after she got married while attached to a hospital bed. The wedding photos have since gone viral.
Many Christians make New Year's resolutions to read the Bible more, and theologian John Piper is encouraging believers to read it daily, in four places, and study it from cover-to-cover within a year.
From big cases before the Supreme Court centering on free speech and religious liberty claims of a Christian baker to the ongoing investigations into transactions between abortion providers and biotech firms over fetal body parts harvested during abortion procedures, 2018 is already shaping up to be a significant year for religiously observant Americans and the unborn.
One of the most competitive and elite liberal arts colleges in America will be offering a class called "Queering the Bible," according to its course catalog for the upcoming fall semester.
This year, there were several milestone anniversaries for evangelical Protestants, Roman Catholics and Jews.
2017 proved that an increasingly secularized United States yields a more vicious, polarized society, according to a national Christian columnist, and whether America can hold together as a "post-Christian" nation remains to be seen.
Officials at the University of Minnesota consider certain holiday decorations and colors "not appropriate" for parties. That includes nativity scenes and Santa Claus along with the colors red and green.
A new daily devotional book from Tim Keller, one of the most esteemed pastors in the United States, draws upon the book of Proverbs to help Christians navigate life with God's wisdom.
Some in the media appeared baffled by an "unusual" prayer during a Cabinet meeting that HUD Secretary Ben Carson said at President Trump's request shortly after Congress finalized a sweeping tax reform bill Wednesday.
The nation's preeminent conservative think tank has named a black, conservative, Christian woman, Kay Coles James, as its new president, a selection, she says, made not on her race and gender but on who was most qualified.
A new Senate report is highlighting the effects of unwed childbearing and family breakdown as approximately 40 percent of births in the United States now occur outside of wedlock. And what are known as "shotgun" marriages are largely a thing of the past.