Vice President Mike Pence swore in Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback as the new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Thursday, a key State Department post that advocates for persecuted religious minority groups worldwide.
The Netherlands has euthanized a 29 year old woman who was not diagnosed with a physical disease but was suffering psychologically, an example of the growing allowances for what is being called "dignified death."
The Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., formally resolved Saturday to eliminate all gendered references to God, and open their gender-specific activities and public facilities based on gender identity.
Following the resignation of top leaders at Moody Bible Institute amid controversy, some have now detailed their concerns about the theological direction of the institution, especially over the inerrancy of Scripture.
As artificial intelligence and emerging technology continue to develop at breakneck speed, Christians have no choice but to engage given the staggering implications it is already having for ministry and the broader culture, scholars say.
When some consider the pro-life movement they think about political efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade. But a consortium of women's health care providers is reframing the picture, placing high standards of medical care front and center.
One of the nation's most influential public school boards is considering changes to its procedures on public comments which would bar parents from speaking on issues that concern them, particularly those related to gender identity and sex education.
Tens of thousands gathered for the annual March for Life Friday, an event many regarded as especially meaningful since it was the first time a sitting U.S. President addressed the crowd via video live stream from the White House rose garden.
The political squabble over DACA and immigration continues to heat up in Washington D.C. with increased attention on a Mexican father now separated from his family after living in the United States for 30 years.
If churches and other Christian groups in Canada want to receive government grants for student summer jobs, support for abortion must be part of their "core mandate," according to a Canadian government official.
HGTV's Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are being irresponsible, a feminist argued, since having "too many" children threatens the planet. And though population control is tied to troubling things, it is worth revisiting, she suggested.
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.
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.