The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday heard arguments in a case of a Christian girl who was ordered out of homeschooling and into a public school by a state judge.
As people draft New Year's resolutions, many Christians are adopting plans to read the entire Bible in 2011. The Center for Bible Engagement found that only one-third of Americans read the Bible every week, and even fewer, 13.9 percent, do so on most days of the week.
After gearing up for Christmas services throughout this week, several megachurches will wind down by canceling Sunday worship on Dec. 26th.
The nation's largest group of Christian broadcasters anticipate that FCC's passage of "net neutrality" rules will pose problems for communicating the Gospel on the internet and new media technologies.
The Rev. Billy Graham made a rare appearance Monday at a book-signing for former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura Bush.
Religious leaders across different faiths joined together with Open Doors, a ministry that serves persecuted Christians around the world, on Monday to call attention to the systematic "extermination" of Iraqi Christians.
Even as drug cartel-related violence and poverty in Mexico's northern border cities continue to make headlines, members of The Potter's House kept their tradition of bringing Christmas to the impoverished city of Reynosa.
The Senate blocked a vote on the DREAM Act Saturday which would have provided children of illegal immigrants a conditional pathway to apply for citizenship.
The U.N. Refugee agency reported that thousands of Iraqi Christians are fleeing central Iraq and seeking refuge in the northern region of the country.
Addressing the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden expressed optimism about the future of Iraq but said the attacks against faith groups, including Iraqi Christians, were among security challenges in the country.
Like most Christians, a New Testament scholar believes that while Jesus' return is taught in the Bible, no one can know the day nor hour apart from God.
A traditional marriage group released a video Tuesday mocking Apple founder Steve Jobs for the company's decision to remove an app linked to a Christian document supporting traditional marriage and sanctity of life.
The CEO/Secretary General of the World Evangelical Alliance shares about the vision for Evangelical Center, moving from Vancouver to New York City, and his most memorable moments of the year 2010.
Belmont University president Bob Fisher said Tuesday that he was surprised over an attempt by city lawmakers to revive scrutiny to the school's hiring practices following the controversial departure of a lesbian coach.
Despite nabbing the number one box office rank, "Voyage of the Dawn Treader" fared way below what its predecessors of the same series took in opening weekend.
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader lives up to expectations in bringing the Christian theology of C.S. Lewis' novel to the big screen.
Dallas-area police have dropped an investigation into allegations of extortion made by the founders of Daystar Television Network, concluding that they have not found any unlawful activity.
For the first time since its establishment over a century ago, the World Evangelical Alliance now has a center to gather and unite Christian leaders from around the globe with the establishment of a new facility in upstate New York.
The growing crime and incarceration rates are the consequences of a lack of moral training in society today, said Watergate-convict-turned-Christian-evangelical-leader Chuck Colson.
A petition launched Thursday to protest Apple's decision to remove an iPhone app opposing gay marriage is quickly gaining steam. As of Friday afternoon, over 37,000 people have signed the petition
Noah may have taken 100 years to build the ark but investors of a new biblical theme park in northern Kentucky plan to replicate a full-scale model in under 36 months.
Preventing faithlessness in marriage involves more than deleting a Facebook account, according to Fred Lybrand, a pastor of 25 years.
At the Bowery Mission in New York City, Thanksgiving is commemorated every two hours as a new crowd lines up in front of the ministry's headquarters to join one of the meal times.
Online videos of the debate between renowned atheist Christopher Hitchens and intelligent design proponent William Dembski over God's existence were in such high demand Monday that the school behind the event said it had to relocate the content to another server.
One of the largest Christian universities in the world is planning a major expansion for its campus and facilities over the next two years.