Tens of thousands of Christians are expected to assemble on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. this weekend to pray and implore God for divine intervention and to rescue the next generation for a nation in crisis.
In what is being called the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, the slaughter of 59 people Sunday night at a music festival in Las Vegas Sunday has gripped the United States with sorrow and horror.
Few people have punctuated history like Martin Luther, the man who spawned the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago, says author Eric Metaxas, whose latest book chronicles his life and legacy.
A prominent Reformed theologian thinks it's unwise for teenagers to date while in high school, and says that youth, with some exceptions, should postpone it until they're spiritually mature and ready to move toward marriage.
Several Anglican churches in England are preparing to install luxury "pods" for vacationers within their buildings to defray renovation expenses, bringing together glamorous camping — "glamping" — in old churches, which is being called "champing."
The Louisiana congressman who was shot and nearly killed earlier this year while playing baseball believes "God intervened" and a string of "little miracles" along the way ultimately saved his life.
Here are the thoughts of some of the leading Christian leaders and writers about Hefner's life and what he left behind.
Louisiana Republican Congressman Steve Scalise who was shot at a baseball practice in mid-June returned to Capitol Hill Thursday, praising God profusely for the many "miracles" and answered prayers since that day.
When many think of the Protestant Reformation they recall Martin Luther's 95 theses or his emphasis on being saved by grace through faith. But what is not often remembered is the Reformation's addressing of social injustices, according to an African-American pastor who wrote a Ph.D. dissertation of Martin Luther King Jr.'s theology of suffering.
Over a quarter of millennials have never gotten married or had children, and if demographic trends continue many will never marry or start families, according to a new study.
New Ager-Turned-Christian Steven Bancarz Exposes Connection Between Psychedelic Drugs and Witchcraft
A former New Ager who became a born again believer in Jesus is explaining the link between the use of psychoactive substances and the occult.
America is very "sick" indeed, says popular radio host and Messianic Jewish author Michael Brown, but followers of Jesus have no business being doomsday types because God still has a holy prescription to transform society.
One of America's most famous Reformed pastors and theologians is unpacking how God saves people, amid polls showing that a sizable number of Protestants believe both faith and good works are necessary for salvation.
The response to the Nashville Statement continues to unfold, with a student group at a major Christian university arguing their president's silence on the issue is "incongruent" with the school's stated intentions toward LGBT individuals.
A noted evangelist said President Donald Trump's U.N. speech might represent the coming of one the "greatest miracles" the world has ever seen — the nations coming together on a global level.
Whether or not Christians should watch scary movies like "It" and "Mother!" is generating conversation about how films can be used to teach moral truths about evil, as these latest movies push boundaries previously unexplored in cinema.
For the past several decades, some Christians have declared that they know the date and time of Christ's return or the end of the world, predictions sometimes based on numerology. But these contentions should be ignored, leading theologians say, and they rest on a misunderstanding of both the text of Scripture and how time works in the Bible.
Studies Suggest There Is No Long-Term Harm on Minors Who Have Sex With Adults; Christian Sociologist Responds
A Christian sociologist is sounding the alarm that recent scholarship is suggesting that sex between adults and minors has no long-term damage on the children. And whereas in years past this kind of research would have been roundly condemned publicly, it is now being met with silence.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein is defending her line of questioning amid significant criticism for grilling one of President Trump's judicial nominees, Amy Coney Barrett, over her Catholic beliefs earlier this month.
Whether a house church or megachurch, consumerism affects them all, according to pastors who have experiences in both and say it's time for churches to put aside their differences and work together.
The whole Bible can be summed up in five words: "God wants to marry us," says a Catholic lay minister whose ministry showcasing the beauty of Christian sexuality and marriage is growing in popularity among evangelicals.
A medical organization has released new guidelines easing restrictions on hormone treatment for children 16 and younger to begin the physical process of gender transition sooner.
A kind of psychological road rage and a "loss of transcendence" have infected the American public square, leading to increased unrest in and a growing antagonism toward religious faith, said a prominent Southern Baptist leader.
The nation's largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, and other groups supportive of abortion have made a point to capitalize off of recent political swirl, natural disasters, and even the 9/11 anniversary.
Scholars, Univ. Presidents Criticize Feinstein for Bigoted Questions, 'Religious Test' of Judicial Nominee
Senator Dianne Feinstein is coming under criticism from prominent academics and university leaders for her "chilling" line of questioning of a Roman Catholic judicial nominee last week during a Senate hearing.