A Christian professor is challenging the notion that supporters of accused sex offender Roy Moore are hypocrites, given an influential evangelical group's upcoming conference celebrating Martin Luther King Jr., who was also accused of sexual misconduct.
The governor of California is saying that President Donald Trump is courting "the wrath of God" and does not have a "fear of the Lord" because of his stance on climate change. Climate change, he says, is fueling the six wildfires ravaging the southern part of the state.
Alabama's other Republican U.S. Senator is saying that he did not vote for embattled Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore in Tuesday's special election to fill the seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, now the Attorney General.
The Department of Justice is opening an investigation into the nation's largest abortion provider and its harvesting and selling of aborted baby body parts to companies and universities interested in purchasing the organs for research.
Rep. Trent Franks, one of the most outspoken pro-life Christian members of Congress, resigned from office Friday to avoid a House Ethics Committee investigation to look into discussions he had with female staffers about surrogacy.
Washington state is considering adding an "X" gender option on birth certificates in a controversial move that some LGBT activists claim is needed, but others fear it will have a negative impact on residents that the state has not taken into consideration.
Federal taxpayer dollars have for years been funding the use of fetal organs from aborted babies in the creation "humanized mice" in experiments and projects backed by the National Institutes of Health.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in the case of Jack Phillips, a Christian baker from Colorado who was sued because he declined to make a custom wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Supporters on both sides of the issue showed up in full force and full of opinions.
Support for Israel is decreasing among evangelical Christians, particularly among younger generations, a new survey shows, a decline borne out of confusion about or indifference to the world's only Jewish state.
A lengthy article in The Washington Post highlighted "abortion doulas," those who comfort women during abortions. Pro-life advocates say the story severely undercuts the pro-choice message that an abortion is no different than any other procedure.
A Christian columnist has ignited an intense online debate, asserting that it's justifiable to support a morally questionable political candidate given how God uses immoral men to accomplish His purposes on Earth.
Conservative outfit Project Veritas has been busted for a failed sting operation wherein they lied to The Washington Post, making wild and false allegations of sexual misconduct against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
The Church of Scotland is risking becoming irrelevant unless it moves from traditional worship services with hymns to reaching young people using smartphone technology, according to an honorary chaplain to the queen.
The ministry of apologist and author Ravi Zacharias is responding to "egregious" claims and "slander" now circulating online about Zacharias' character, actions, and accomplishments related to his academic background and credentials.
Some of most influential publications in America are rethinking the sexual revolution amid a cultural moment where sexual misconduct allegations emerge daily against powerful men once considered untouchable.
A popular TV series that tells the stories of the work and passions of Americans and is hosted by the man affectionately known as the "dirtiest man on television," will be released on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.
Without mentioning his name President Trump effectively endorsed embattled Alabama Republican Judge Roy Moore for the Senate seat as sexual misconduct allegations continue to emerge against government officials. Some are noting the double standard.
Haiti is not prepared to receive 60,000 of its citizens who have been living in the United States under protected status since 2010 after an earthquake devastated the island nation, a missionary said. And some Haitian Christians in the U.S. are "terrified" they are being uprooted and forced to return.
Being both Reformed and charismatic is like being a "theological orphan," says The Village Church's Matt Chandler, and he implores both camps to quit tearing each other down. The two groups, he says, are acting like "divorced parents" and he wants to see them remarried.