The Christian & Missionary Alliance denomination has decided not to discipline apologist and author Ravi Zacharias following a review of the accusations against him regarding credential misrepresentation and an alleged affair.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu likened President Donald Trump to Cyrus the Great, the Persian king who rescued the Jewish people from Babylonian captivity, a comparison some evangelicals have been making since Trump's election campaign.
Washington state is set to legalize commercial surrogacy, a move children's rights advocates say amounts to the selling of babies, bases the definition of a parent on "intent," and opens avenues for child abuse and other horrors.
Reformed theologian and Desiring God founder John Piper is weighing in on a line in the New Testament that has boggled the minds of many — what Scripture means when it says Christians "will judge angels."
The Family Research Council has released a comprehensive report outlining how the largest abortion provider in the United States is fueling a "culture of death," and exposing its deceptive messaging techniques.
A documentary that makes a scientific case for a historical, six-day creation will be shown again in movie theaters nationwide Thursday, with extra footage highlighting the pushback it has received even from within the Christian community.
If you want to save your marriage from endless fighting, the key is learning to win the spiritual battle. And that means consistently choosing to fight not with each other but doing battle together against the one who comes to steal, kill, and destroy, a renowned author says.
On Friday, Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russians in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The indictment provided overwhelming evidence that Russia aimed to sow divisiveness and help Donald Trump win.
Christian humanitarian group World Vision is denying allegations that its staff paid for sex in nations plagued by crises as controversy engulfs several prominent international relief agencies accused of sexually exploiting vulnerable people.
Meghan McCain, co-host of ABC's "The View" apologized to Vice President Pence and his family for comments made on Tuesday's show where fellow co-host Joy Behar likened the Christian faith to mental illness.
In the past 10 years, United Nations personnel have raped tens of thousands of people worldwide, a former U.N. senior official said, as similar sexual exploitation scandals come to light in British humanitarian group Oxfam.
An Ohio court is set to determine Friday if the parents of a teen girl who identifies as a boy lose custody because they object to hormone treatments and a "gender transition" process on medical and religious grounds.
Some of the ladies on "The View" Tuesday mocked Vice President Mike Pence's Christian faith, saying they don't want a leader who "speaks in tongues" or reportedly hears the voice of Jesus, which Joy Behar said was tantamount to "mental illness."
The Department of Education stated Monday that it would not be investigating complaints by transgender students regarding public school bathroom use, since Title IX applies to biological sex and not gender identity.
A conservative New York Times columnist has set off a debate following a column he wrote in which he suggested the United States ban pornography, an idea he says makes sense, especially given the #metoo movement.
Theologian and Desiring God founder John Piper is weighing in on selfies, urging Christians and social media users to recognize that in a self-obsessed culture their self is actually meant to point to God.