Christian video and social networking site GodTube.com has changed its name and purpose. The popular Web site is now called tangle.com and is no longer catering toward only Christians, the Dallas Morning News reports.
The Georgia-based food charity that is being investigated by federal authorities reported that demand for its services is up from previous months. Distribution of its food boxes this month was up 63 percent from the same month last year.
A new book by a Christian apologist seeks to help believers defend their faith through artful diplomacy rather than confrontation.
Yale Divinity School is expanding its international student exchange program to Asia, partnering with theological schools in Hong Kong and Singapore.
The founder of Answers in Genesis told the conference crowd in the opening session that America is becoming less of a Christian nation everyday and that it is due in part to the influence of Darwinism.
A non-denominational ministry that provides low-cost food to the poor is being investigated by the FBI and IRS. Tax records show that the ministry's founding leaders and their family members received unusually high salaries in 2006, each receiving around half a million dollars.
A new campaign by the National Bible Association to encourage Bible reading highlights the influence the Holy Book had on slave abolitionist William Wilberforce and other freedom heroes.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has opened conversations between the church and academia on feminist theologies, hoping to develop insight on how the Church can live out its commitment to combat sexism in the church and society and to advocate justice for women.
Not all scientists aren't jumping on the bandwagon to welcome the FDA decision last week that gave a California biotechnology company permission to conduct the first-ever human trial for a treatment derived from embryonic stem cells.
God and religion have gone "missing" at the newly opened Capitol Visitor Center in Washington and television audiences will get a first-hand look how during a national televised program that airs today.
While hundreds of celebrations worldwide will be marking the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth beginning in February, one creationist ministry will be holding conferences to refute the famed scientist's theory of evolution.
For the second year in a row, two Ohio women have launched billboards encouraging people to say the traditional "Merry Christmas" seasonal greeting instead of "Happy Holidays." But churches belonging to Advent Conspiracy say the best way to restore scandal of Christmas is by substituting consumption with compassion.
The latest edition of the Oxford Junior Dictionary has dropped many words associated with Christianity and British history that were found in earlier versions. The head of children's dictionaries at Oxford University Press said the changes were made to reflect a "multicultural" society.
Hundreds rallied outside the Washington Capitol on Sunday to protest a holiday sign erected by a group of atheists that disparages religion as a "myth" and declares there is no God.
The ESV Study Bible, which debuted last month to stellar sales, is going digital. Crossway Books and Bibles is planning to make the 2,750-page Bible resource available on popular digital platforms like the iPhone and Blackberry.
Retail spending may have declined in October but Bible sales for one Bible publisher are soaring through the roof.
Are people who have a spiritual relationship with a higher power more likely to get depressed? Or is it that depressed people tend to establish such relationships on the way to getting out of depression?
As the stock markets continue riding rollercoaster after rollercoaster and reports show the economy spiraling downward, Americans are looking toward Heaven for signs of hope.]
Christian liberal arts colleges are providing vocational training as an integral part of the education offered to students, according to an international association of Christian colleges and universities.
If it weren't for the Christian faith, the birth of freedom and liberty would not have been possible, according to a new documentary from the Action Institute.
The largest Christian literature ministry is taking more of a grassroots approach to fighting crime and social and moral decay in major cities. Problems relating to marriage, drug abuse, pornography and abortion are the issues that people in most cities face.
British and U.S. scientists have launched a three-year project examining whether people who are clinically dead can have an out-of-body experience.
American Airlines, the nation's largest carrier, has refused to install an internet filter to block porn sites from being viewed in-flight, ignoring the request by flight attendants and an anti-porn group.
The Virginia chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship has gained victory in a religious discrimination case and will now be allowed to hold after-school Good News Clubs at area schools with the same free access afforded to other organizations like Boy Scouts.
After being chased out by the community surrounding the first proposed location in Tennessee, the Bible Park has finally found its new home in Wilson County.