The CEO of Twitter says he was wrong to enjoy a Chick-fil-A meal, telling commenters on social media that he had forgotten about "their background," referring to the Christian beliefs of the company's owners.
A "No Gays Allowed" sign that was placed in the window of a Tennessee hardware store in 2015 reignited debate online in light of the Supreme Court's Monday ruling in favor of a Colorado baker's religious liberty claims.
Over two dozen ex-LGBT men and women are planning to share their stories of sexual orientation change from the steps of the California Capitol Tuesday in order to make their voices heard.
Fifty-six members of Congress are urging the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate Planned Parenthood for covering up and not reporting the sexual abuse and trafficking of minors.
The woman whose prison sentence President Trump commuted this week at the petition of Kim Kardashian West is praising God for her release.
An Anglican cleric known as the Vicar of Baghdad has been cleared in a counterterrorism investigation that began in 2016 amid claims he paid Islamic State terrorists money to secure the release of sex slaves.
A growing number of Americans think pornography is "morally acceptable," with the highest percentage ever recorded saying so in a recent survey about values and beliefs.
#MeToo Era Illuminates Lies of Hedonism; Church Locked in 'Mortal Combat' With Sexual Revolution: Scholar
A scholar who contends that family breakdown has fueled the decline of the Christian faith in the West says that the Church is locked in "mortal combat" with the sexual revolution. But those victimized by the sexual revolution make for good Christian evangelists, she argued.
The key to managing money as a Christian is realizing that none of it is really yours, that God owns it all, according to theologian John Piper.
The #MeToo movement is bringing about a radical reconsideration of the sexual revolution and its implications, according to leading female Christian scholars.
So. Baptist Leader Calls for Repentance, No Sermon at Annual Meeting: 'We Need God to Break Us Down'
Amid the ongoing fallout from the firing of Paige Patterson, one of the most prominent leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention, many are calling for "repentance" and "reformation" ahead of their denomination's annual meeting.
A new study finds that certain brain activity of individuals who believe they are the opposite sex mirrors that of the gender they would like to embrace. But experts say the study doesn't show whether the brain differences are innate or due to the choices and life experiences of those with gender dysphoria.
The winning word for the Scripps national spelling bee was a Greek work used for spiritual community, usually associated with Christian fellowship, and appears in the New Testament several times.
Author and speaker Beth Moore is arguing that many people are being led by fear in this present day, that the devil has been waging it and that Christians are "the biggest fraidy cats of all."
Two female alumni of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary have published their stories about how they were mistreated while they were students. And the woman who accused the school's president, Paige Patterson, of urging her not to report her rape in 2003 has publicly identified herself.
Theologian John Piper says the secret to fighting anxiety is knowing that God works out everything for your good.
The contentious debate over immigration has intensified amid reports of the government losing track of 1,475 children and a new, controversial policy of separating children from their parents at the border.
A prominent Catholic leader believes America is facing a "God-crisis" given the visible social pathologies in society but has hope and is asking Christians to pray for a "great awakening."
Vice President Pence said Friday that other than Gold star military families, those who pray and minister the Gospel "are the greatest consequence in the life of a nation."
The Southern Baptist pastor who joked about fellow Southern Baptists raping a donkey has resigned from his leadership role with Connect 316.
The Church of England is now using Amazon's voice-activated virtual assistant Alexa to say prayers.
A federal district court has ruled in favor of a transgender teenager from Virginia whose case is at the heart of the debate over school bathrooms, a matter the Supreme Court had previously vacated.
Pastor Greg Laurie asserted that recent geopolitical events suggest we are living in the last days, and he urged Christians to take every opportunity to share the Gospel.
The former owner of the Babylon Bee is explaining why he sold the popular Christian satire site, saying that the centralization of the Internet is one of the most significant threats to the furtherance of the Gospel.
Woman Whose Google Anti-Abortion Talk Went Viral Says Christians Must Pray Before Confronting Culture
A pro-life speaker whose talk about abortion at Google's headquarters went viral, is urging Christians to think deeply and not skip deliberate prayer before confronting cultural evils. Such is the approach of Jesus, she argued.