A woman who accused former President Bill Clinton of raping her several years ago has expressed doubt over the claims of sexual misconduct leveled at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
An Episcopal cathedral in California that garnered headlines for holding a Beyoncé-centered service recently held a worship service featuring individuals portraying giant tree people.
What will happen when Americans go to the voting booths on Tuesday, Nov. 6? Here is what some current polling data has to say on the issue.
California has passed a law aimed at guaranteeing access to gender surgery and hormonal treatments for foster children who identify as transgender.
An Australian man is being accused of helping his wife commit suicide by convincing her that she was too weak to survive the Rapture, making him the beneficiary of a $1.4 million life insurance plan.
'We Prayed and Look at That': Pat Robertson Credits Prayer for Redirecting Hurricane Florence Away From His Ministries
Pat Robertson, longtime host of "The 700 Club," is crediting prayers for Hurricane Florence changing course and avoiding his ministry headquarters.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Sept. 16-22, in Church history. They include the death of an infamous inquisitor, a major battle between Protestants and Catholics, and the execution of the last 8 people accused of witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trials.
Here are five important things to know about Florence and the overall storm watch. These include the presence of other hurricanes and some of the faith-based places one can donate relief funds.
Academy Award-nominated actor Mark Wahlberg wakes up at 2:30 AM every morning and then begins his day with 30 minutes of prayer.
Life.Church, one of the fastest-growing churches in the country, opened its 30th campus in Rogers, Arkansas, on Sunday, and two more campuses are expected to open by the end of the year.
Former professional wrestler and World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Famer Sting spoke with Texas megachurch pastor Ed Young about his faith journey, explaining that Christians must give God more than just "lip service."
Pope Francis to Meet With US Catholic Leaders After Saying Satan Is Attacking Bishops Amid Sex Abuse
Pope Francis will meet at the Vatican with U.S. Catholic Church leaders Thursday in response to clergy sex abuse scandals just days after saying that Satan, the "Great Accuser," is attacking bishops to "scandalize the people."
The Episcopal Church recently approved a project to translate the Book of Common Prayer into the Native American language of Lakota.
A notable Christian author and physicist who has often spoken at universities on the issue of science and faith has stated that a science-only worldview is not practical.
The Rev. Chip Andrus, the Presbyterian Church USA clergyman known among other things for his musical contributions to General Assembly meetings, has died following a lengthy battle with cancer.
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Missouri Abortion Clinic Regulations; Rejects Planned Parenthood Suit
A three judge panel of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has unanimously ruled that Missouri can enforce laws that hold abortion providers to the same standards as hospitals.
UMC Bishop Defends Plan to Soften Church's Views on Homosexuality: Its 'Not Perfect' but Welcomes All
A United Methodist Church bishop has defended a plan to remove the denomination's official stance against homosexual acts, claiming that while "not perfect" it welcomes both liberals and conservatives.
An 'Obvious Act of Deception': Kamala Harris, Planned Parenthood Called Out for Misquoting Kavanaugh on Birth Control
Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Planned Parenthood are garnering criticism for misquoting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's testimony regarding religious groups being compelled to support coverage for abortion-inducing drugs.
The United Kingdom-based Scout Association has reached a settlement with a Christian scoutmaster, who was expelled after criticizing the organization's official magazine's support for Islam and LGBT Pride events.
In response to charges of plagiarism, a major Christian counseling organization has enacted stricter standards on content for their publications and social media to prevent attribution errors.
Here are just a couple of things that happened this week, Sept. 9-15, in Church history. They include the martyrdom of the early church Bishop Cyprian and the ordination of the first female American minister.
U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has stated that the federal government cannot compel Christian organizations to provide coverage for abortion-inducing drugs.
Radio host and best-selling author Eric Metaxas will interview former Trump administration advisor Steve Bannon after the controversial rightwing personality was dis-invited from the New Yorker Festival.
'Outrageous Example of Political Theater': 4 Conservative Christian Leaders React to Kavanaugh Hearing Opposition
As the Kavanaugh hearing continues, here are how four conservative Christian leaders view the proceedings, especially regarding the protests and the line of questioning from Senators.
A federal judge has ruled against a Texas law that required health clinics to bury or cremate the bodies from abortions and miscarriages.