Augustinian monk Martin Luther "gave us back the Gospel" when he began the Protestant Reformation, according to a Ligonier Ministries scholar.
Noted Christian apologist and author Alex McFarland spoke to Liberty University students at a convocation event held at the Lynchburg, Virginia campus on Monday morning.
United Methodist High Court Rejects Attempts to Strike Down Church's Stance Labeling Homosexuality a Sin
The United Methodist Church's highest court declined two petitions attempting to get a ruling labeling the denomination's official stance against homosexuality unconstitutional.
This year marks 500 years since German monk Martin Luther nailed 95 theses to a church door in the German city of Wittenberg, sparking the Protestant Reformation.
This Week in Christian History: Protestant Reformation, CMA Founder Dies, 'Rock of Ages' Hymnist Born
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Oct. 29 to Nov. 4, in Church history. They include the start of the Protestant Reformation, the death of a prominent pastor, and the birth of the man behind a very famous hymn.
The New Jersey-based megachurch Liquid Church will coordinate approximately 4,000 volunteers for its first-ever Love Week starting on Sunday.
A retiring leader of a major Washington, D.C.-based church and state watchdog group has said that through his tenure he sought to have his organization be "more aggressive" on litigation against religion in public policy.
Last week, a nonprofit focused on gender equality and a trio of unnamed plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Education over rescinding an Obama Era policy on processing on-campus sexual assault allegations.
A three-judge panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled that sex offenders can attend church, rejecting a legal argument that church buildings could be defined as "school property."
A theologically conservative church based in the Cleveland, Ohio, area has denounced a flier distributed at Cleveland State University that called on LGBT students to kill themselves.
The popular conservative video channel PragerU has filed a lawsuit against Google and YouTube over alleged censorship and discrimination.
A Florida-based Christian high school is appealing a district court decision that forbade it from having a prayer broadcasted before its football team's 2015 championship game.
Calif. Megachurch Responds to Claim That Featuring Candidate During Service Blurred Church-State Lines
A California pastor, who heads a church boasting approximately 8,000 members, has denied any wrongdoing in having a candidate speak at his church.
About a quarter of congregations belonging to the Church of England did not have any children for their worship services, according to recently released figures.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Oct. 22-28, in Church history. They include an ancient battle that was crucial to Christianity's survival, a peace treaty between Catholics and Protestants, and a nineteenth failed End Times prophecy.
A United Methodist Church pastor from Ohio has been charged with violating the denomination's rules by marrying someone of the same sex.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has doubled down on its anti-conservative rhetoric, claiming that the Family Research Council is "more dangerous" than the Ku Klux Klan.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) and a conservative church created in response to the mainline denomination's theological direction are working together to help facilitate a less divisive and more unifying dismissal process for congregations.
Nearly two-thirds of Millennial and Gen Z adults are more likely to communicate with someone via digital means than in person, according to a newly released study.
Democratic North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has issued two orders to allow for citizens to use the restroom of their gender identity rather than their biological sex.
A three-judge panel of a federal appeals court has ruled against a large cross that was erected back in the 1920s on public property as part of a war memorial in Maryland.
The Trump Administration has reversed an Obama Era practice of helping undocumented minors receive abortions, arguing that they now provide quality care for both mother and unborn child.
Two Pennsylvania Roman Catholic dioceses have ended their litigation against the federal government over the controversial Health and Human Services Department's birth control mandate.
A New York Catholic Church reversed its decision to host a human rights festival when organizers refused to remove pro-LGBT performances from the event.
California Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that if enacted would have prevented pro-life religious groups from not hiring pro-choice activists.