The man suspected of being behind a series of deadly package bombs in Austin, Texas, was a Christian who was homeschooled and advocated for socially conservative views.
Planned Parenthood will continue to receive federal funding in the newly released omnibus spending bill, delivering a defeat to pro-life groups that have been seeking the defunding of the nation's leading abortion provider.
A data-mining company named Cambridge Analytica is at the heart of a new controversy over online privacy and election interference.
Mississippi's sole abortion facility has filed a lawsuit against the state over the recent passage of a law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, the earliest time in a pregnancy for any state ban in the nation.
California's Latest Gay Conversion Therapy Ban Proposal May Threaten Religious Liberty, Law Firm Warns
A law firm is warning that a newly proposed ban on sexual orientation change efforts therapy making its way through the California legislature may threaten religious liberty.
A group of Catholics are planning to hold a conference in Rome next month in response to concerns they have about the direction of the Church under Pope Francis.
Satellite radio company SiriusXM is airing the messages of the late Rev. Billy Graham in the days leading up to Easter.
A former professional football player has planted a church in Minnesota, hoping to established an evangelical witness to a population increasing thanks to new economic opportunities.
Former Arkansas Governor and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has denounced actor Jim Carrey's social media post attacking his daughter, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
This Week in Christian History: Fanny Crosby, Archbishop Burned at the Stake, 'Amazing Grace' Author Converted
Here are just a few things that happened this week, March 18-24, in Church history. They include the birth of a prolific hymnist, the martyrdom of an archbishop, and the conversion of the man behind the classic hymn "Amazing Grace."
Meeting the pastor after worship, being greeted at the entrance, and filling out cards to drop off during offering are the most common ways American churches welcome guests, according to a newly released report by LifeWay Research.
A federal judge has upheld the Trump administration's expansion of religious liberty exemptions to the Department of Health and Human Services' birth control coverage mandate.
Actress and former Scientologist Leah Remini's television series documenting the alleged abuses within the Church of Scientology has been renewed for a third season.
The Trump administration is championing the fight against human trafficking by vowing to dedicate "our government's full resources toward fighting this repulsive crime."
A federal judge has blocked the implementation of an Ohio law that would ban the abortion of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome.
The Church of Scientology's newly launched television network is garnering multiple negative reviews from various media outlets over the nature of its content.
A nationwide pro-life student organization has expressed support for a newly signed law in Florida prohibiting public colleges from creating "free speech zones" to limit on-campus speech.
A Pennsylvania county is continuing its legal battle against an atheist group's lawsuit that's seeking to remove a cross from its official seal.
Joy Behar has publicly apologized for her remarks on "The View" last month where she described Vice President Mike Pence's Christian beliefs as a "mental illness."
Churches should not have non-Christian musicians involved in worship music bands, a Christian professor insisted.
The former primary campus for the multisite Mars Hill is reporting considerable growth in the three years since the Washington State-based church disbanded.
A Roman Catholic archdiocese has come out against a bill in the Georgia legislature that would, among other things, expand the opportunities for victims of sex abuse to file lawsuits, arguing that if enacted it could "drastically damage" their ministries.
Three major atheist organizations have announced they are cutting ties with physicist and skeptic author Lawrence Krauss over recent allegations of sexual misconduct.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Mar. 11-17, in Church history. They include the death of Saint Patrick, the Church of England ordaining female priests, and an anti-Nazism declaration from Pope Pius XI.
Mississippi's legislators have passed a bill that bans abortions after 15 weeks' gestation with some exceptions and will send it to the governor to sign next week.