Following threats made to pastors in Iowa that sermons on political issues would lead to prison, a Christian legal group has renewed its assurance that pastors have the legal right to speak out on moral and political topics during the 2008 primaries without jeopardizing their churches tax-exempt status.
As Georgia legislators meet for their first session of the season, pro-life advocates will rally outside the state Capitol Monday to urge them to prioritize a measure acknowledging the 'personhood' of embryos and recognizing the right to life of persons from conception to death.
Top Christian music artists who gathered for a retreat in Scotland this week to compose songs for charity are surprised yet exhilarated that they have written almost double the number of songs they initially set as a goal.
Half of people in their 20s say marriage isnt necessary to validate love or commitment in a long-term relationship, a new online poll found.
A new book produced by scientific advisers to the government in support of evolution says science and religion, as two separate ways of human understanding, can be compatible and it is possible for one person to embrace both.
From jellyfish fossil finds to the newly discovered function of the appendix, a science and technology watchdog group has released a list of some of the year's top news that reflect mounting evidence supporting intelligent design.
The national motto In God We Trust, which is currently inscribed on the edge of the presidential one dollar coins, will soon return to its original prominent position on the front or the back of the coin.
Reflecting back on the year 2007, a California pro-family group has identified what it considers the worse cases of hostility toward faith, family, and freedom in the state.
In an 11th hour move before Christmas, the president of Southwestern Oklahoma University announced Thursday the school has reversed its ban on the word Christmas, allowing staff members to display religious symbols in their offices as well as greet each other with holiday salutations.
An intelligent design think tank has launched a new website recounting the failures of Darwinism that were left unmentioned by study materials on a PBS documentary covering the 2005 Dover trial.
The host of the high-ranking CNN program What Would Jesus Really Do? which featured Christian heavyweights like Rick Warren and Bishop T.D. Jakes, will return to airwaves this Friday to examine how secular influences have led to the de-emphasis of Christmas in America.
New Jersey Gov. Jon S. Corzine signed into law on Monday a measure abolishing the death penalty, making the northeastern state the first in a generation to repeal capital punishment and the 14th in the nation to ban the practice.
A national television ad campaign featuring two prominent Baptist ministers who call on Wal-Mart to give the gift of economic justice this Christmas was launched Monday.
New Jersey lawmakers approved Thursday legislation to abolish the death penalty, posing the state to become the first in the nation since 1965 to repeal capital punishment.
The House overwhelmingly passed a resolution this week recognizing the importance of Christianity and Christmas in America.
The largest student group at the University of Wisconsin is demanding school officials to give them the same rights as every other club on campus.
The lackluster opening of the controversial movie "The Golden Compass" has some media outlets reporting that a Christian-organized boycott of the film seems to be working.
It used to be that retailers would call the famous holiday plant for what it was a Christmas tree.
The Supreme Court of Rhode Island rejected this week a petition for divorce by a lesbian couple who married in Massachusetts. The ruling was considered a victory for pro-family groups seeking to protect traditional marriage.
In what is reminiscent of controversy surrounding J.K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' series for its alleged glorification of witchcraft, debates on whether Christians should see a movie charged with promoting a pro-atheist and anti-God book series have been heating up in the wake of the weekend release of 'The Golden Compass.'
With less than two weeks before the slated release of a movie that has some Christians fuming, the director of The Golden Compass recently attempted to shed the anti-Catholic, anti-God label that has been associated with the film and the book series from which it is based.
Oral Roberts Universitys Board of Regents will meet Monday and Tuesday to begin the search process for a new president, the chairman of the Board said after former president Richard Roberts resigned amid allegations that he misspent the charismatic schools money.
A Christian legal group asked the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday to review and overturn a lower court decision that ordered a Utah city either to allow a non-mainstream religious group to erect its monument next to the Ten Commandments or to take down all monuments.