Matthew Cortina

Christian Post Reporter

Thousands to Pray Against 'Spiritual Darkness' on College Campuses

Thousands of college students across the U.S. will engage in prayer on Thursday as part of the Collegiate Day of Prayer – a movement by Christian group Collegiate Impact to encourage the next generation of American leaders to welcome prayer into their lives and push back against the tide of "darkness" on college campuses.

Richard Dawkins Claims Religion Now 'Irrelevant' in UK

A poll instigated by atheist Richard Dawkins' foundation has claimed that almost three quarters of British Christians believe religion should have no role in crafting public policy, while almost two-thirds believe same-sex couples should receive every right that heterosexual couples are given.

AIDS Group's 'Condom Nation' Drive to Unwittingly Net Teens?

An HIV/AIDS prevention advocacy group has launched a campaign to distribute one million condoms on a cross-country bus tour of the U.S. to promote HIV prevention and awareness – but might the group step on toes in its effort to equip everyone, including teenagers, on the issue of safer sex?

Catholic Women at Odds With Church Over Contraception?

Findings from a recent study revealing the use of contraceptives and abortifacients among Catholic women appear to contradict claims made by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in its fight against a government mandate for religious organizations to provide birth control healthcare in insurance packages.

California's Proposition 8 Ruled 'Unconstitutional'

Proposition 8, which sought to maintain the traditional definition of marriage in California, was struck down by the U.S. 9th Circuit Court in San Francisco Tuesday, with the measure being deemed unconstitutional. Pro-family groups are likely to appeal the court's ruling.

Why Americans Reject Gay Marriage

As same-sex marriage debates mount in six states, voters will likely decide whether or not to redefine marriage in their states through November referendums– and pro-family groups couldn't be happier about it.