Attorneys from the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) have filed a petition to a U.S. Court of Appeals backing two Christian evangelists in San Francisco who they say have been unlawfully silenced.
Planned Parenthood, the leading provider of surgical abortions, has threatened to file a lawsuit against an 18-year-old student journalist at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
A collaboration of Intelligent Design (ID) supporters has accused Iowa State University (ISU) of denying tenure to one of its professors despite his surpassing of benchmark requirements that would ordinarily demonstrate excellence sufficient to lead to a national or international reputation.
Seniors who are part of the graduating classes at six high schools within the Ouachita Parish School District, located in north Louisiana, have voted for fellow students to give a message during this weeks class graduation ceremonies a decision that has put the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on guard.
The board of trustees at Biola University has announced the selection for its newest president ahead of the schools centennial year celebrations.
Discovery Institute, an organization that promotes the field of intelligent design (ID), has posted a series of comments on its website accusing Wikipedia of being unfairly biased against their view.
A public school district retracted suspensions given to a dozen students who had been praying in a common area at their school cafeteria earlier this year.
The proposed designs for the Oklahoma state quarter caused a bit of a stir after U.S. mint designers removed the Bible from them.
The governor of New York, Eliot Spitzer, has refused to sign a proclamation that would support this years National Day of Prayer.
NEW YORK A traditional marriage coalition that was formed last year and consists of several New Jersey organizations is meeting up again Saturday to hold a local marriage rally outside of a city hall.
A nearly-completed $27 million museum that will showcase the literal biblical account of creation has been drawing enough criticism to spur several opponents into slating protests against the museum on the day of its opening.
A legal defense organization has been working to overturn the school suspensions that dozens of students received after they protested the Day of Silence last week.
New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced Monday that he will be proposing a bill for the legislature that would legalize same-sex marriages.
One of the worlds most prominent Christian Darwinians spoke at two Texas universities this week, making a case for both evolution and theology.
A third grade elementary student who was initially barred from singing one of her favorite Christian songs at a local talent show was able to perform the song last week after a letter was sent to school officials explaining the students right to religious speech.
Gideons International, an evangelical Christian organization dedicated to distributing copies of the Bible, filed a lawsuit on Friday after members of the organization were arrested for their activities in Florida.
Day of Truth chalked up record numbers last week as seven times more high school students participated in this years event compared to its initial start two years ago.
A list of the top 10 GOP king makers was recently released, highlighting some of the nations most influential Christian leaders.
A minute of silence was observed across many parts of the nation at noon Friday and church bells tolled in memory of the 32 victims of the deadliest shooting rampage in modern U.S. history.
Today marks the eighth anniversary of the Columbine High School tragedy that took the lives of twelve students, a teacher and two rampaging teen killers in 1999.
Christians have overwhelmingly been voicing their satisfaction with the recent ruling by the Supreme Court which upheld a 2003 law banning the controversial partial-birth abortion.
Today marks the third annual Day of Truth, a date which encourages Christian students in public schools to speak out against homosexuality.
Hearings began Tuesday for a bill that would permit federal punishment for individuals that perform hate crimes based on characteristics of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Schools lockdowns have occurred in four different states when bomb scares and threats followed Mondays Virginia Tech shootings.
Christians from all around the United States have begun preparations to aid those students and people involved in the Virginia Tech shooting massacre which claimed 33 lives yesterday.