A Christian doctor was purportedly fired after emailing a prayer to his colleagues at Walsall Manor Hospital in western England, according to the Derby Telegraph.
The Weinstein Company recently announced that they would release their documentary "Bully" unrated after months of unsuccessful petitioning alongside celebrities and lawmakers to get their film a PG-13 rating.
What's the price you'd be willing to pay for beauty? How about a few lives, an entire kingdom, and a couple hours-worth of excruciating treatments?
The Oklahoma House recently approved a resolution declaring "Oklahoma – In God We Trust!" as the state's official motto, with some critics rejecting the proposal as exclusive and "frivolous."
A Christian academy in Southern Oregon believes it has been overcharged on its utility bills for nearly 25 years.
Actress Lily Collins may play the role of "the fairest of them all" in the upcoming adventure comedy "Mirror Mirror," but she emphasizes that beauty comes from being yourself and appreciating every moment in life.
There are currently more than 45,000 Southern Baptist churches across the United States. Most of those churches, however, are concentrated in the South, with fewer churches located in states like New York and New Jersey.
Are there some careers that should be considered "off-limits" for Christians due to the nature of the job? Not according to Gene Edward Veith, provost and professor of literature at Patrick Henry College
"American Idol" contestant Colton Dixon continues to speak up about his faith in God despite warnings from producers telling him that religious talk could cost him some votes.
A plan to hold Easter service at a Sacramento, Calif., mosque is drawing a mixed reaction from the Christian community. Some are commending the event, especially the generosity of the Muslim community. But the good news of a resurrected Christ won't be part of the service.
After months of speculation and changes in casting, the deal has purportedly been sealed – Russell Crowe will star in Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic "Noah."
Christian leaders from South and North Korea are expected to hold a joint prayer meeting together on June 12 at the North's border city of Kaesong, a reverend recently revealed, raising suspicions and skepticism among those working to fight injustice in the communist country.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied an appeal by two religious groups at San Diego State University who sought to limit their membership to those who shared the same beliefs and values.
Starting next week, drivers in the state of Texas will be able to order a specialty license plate featuring a picture of Calvary Hill and the words "one state under God" to the delight of many residents.
Depression, chronic anxiety and thoughts of suicide continue to plague the people of Japan – post-tsunami. Looking to combat the hopelessness felt by many of the people today, the Japan Campus Crusade for Christ is launching a suicide-prevention campaign, given that March also happens to traditionally be the highest suicide month.
Despite warnings to tone down his faith, "American Idol" Top 10 contestant Colton Dixon says he will continue speaking out about his Christian beliefs.
A disturbing belief is spreading within the hearts of many around the world and within America: that a person is better off dead than disabled. But Joni Eareckson Tada is fighting that notion and looking to educate the world and the church about the precious lives and rights of "those who seem to be weaker."
Positive, uplifting, and safe for the whole family. Those are the taglines of many local Christian radio stations, which are becoming increasingly popular alternatives for parents to tune into during their commute to school, work or soccer practice. But songwriter and worship leader Kristen Gilles wasn't so sure whether those "kid-friendly" stations were actually what they claimed to be.
The CEO of a Planned Parenthood affiliate in Texas was arrested for indecent exposure on Monday afternoon, drawing further criticism to the already controversial pro-choice organization.
Though Linsanity appears to have quickly died down there is no denying the effect the young star had on Americans nationwide. Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks gave meaning and greater purpose to the world of sports, something that Jeanne Hess, the author of Sportuality, believes Americans are desperately in search for.
A 23-year-old police officer charged with two counts of malicious wounding of an emergency medical care provider was denied a request to go to a psychiatric hospital to be evaluated for his hallucinations, which involved searching for Jesus.
A televangelist from Kenya has been detained for assault and murder of his four months pregnant girlfriend, who died shortly after being attacked over the weekend.
The author of the controversial prayer banner at Cranston High School West is speaking out against Jessica Ahlquist and all those who have supported the decision to remove the banner from the school's auditorium.
Preachy isn't the word to describe the upcoming movie "Blue Like Jazz," based on Donald Miller's bestselling Christian memoir. Raw and gritty, yes, with a little bit of foul language, but not a typical Christian film
Former clinic director turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson is accusing Planned Parenthood of committing Medicaid fraud, according to a federal lawsuit made public on Friday.