U.S. and Israeli officials dedicated the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem on Monday. The historic move was part of President Donald Trump's promise in recognizing the city as the capital of Israel.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, May 13–19, in Church history. They include the first showing of the musical Godspell, the birth of Pope John Paul II, and the first reported sighting of Our Lady of Fatima.
The Rev. Loren Benjamin Mead, founder of the Alban Institute and author who stressed the need for local church focus, has died. He was 88 years old.
Former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who recently resigned over past actions of sexual misconduct, once sued a group of abortion clinic protesters for, among other things "unwanted physical contact."
A Catholic university in Iowa has opened a gender-segregated prayer space for Muslim students in memory of a world religions professor who died last year.
The Trump administration is directing shelters with pregnant undocumented immigrant minors to post contact information for pro-life pregnancy centers.
North Point Community Church Senior Pastor Andy Stanley has stated that Christians need to "unhitch" the Old Testament from their faith.
Military Religious Freedom Foundation President Mikey Weinstein has sent a letter to Amazon in support of a conservative legal group that has been banned from receiving donations through the AmazonSmile program.
The 2018 Met Gala featured numerous celebrities dressed in fashions inspired by Roman Catholic imagery, leading some to believe that the event was sacrilegious.
The presence of the conservative Christian movement in American politics has contributed to declining church membership according to a recently released study.
The United Methodist Church has narrowly voted down an amendment to the denomination's Book of Discipline that would have said God is not "male or female."
The Tim Allen family sitcom "Last Man Standing" might return to television later this year, bringing back the popular program a year after its cancellation.
The online fact-checking source Snopes.com has repeated a debunked claim that only three percent of Planned Parenthood's funding goes to abortions while critiquing a satirical article.
The United Methodist Church Council of Bishops has endorsed a proposal to soften the denomination's stance against homosexuality in order to prevent schism.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas spoke at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs' official ground-breaking for their new building, held six months after a mass shooting that resulted in the deaths of 26 people, including the pastor's daughter.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, May 6-12, in Church history. They include the creation of the Southern Baptist Convention, the beginning of a major Medieval church council, and a court decision upholding US diplomatic relations with the Vatican.
Facebook will have an external group with a former Republican member of Congress on their staff investigate whether the world's largest social media site has an anti-conservative bias.
A member of The Gospel Coalition's Council has released an open letter, giving an apology to noted evangelical Bible teacher Beth Moore over the sexism she has experienced in some church leadership environments.
Amazon has stopped allowing a conservative legal group from being eligible for its AmazonSmile program, reportedly due to the Southern Poverty Law Center classifying them as a "hate group."
President Donald Trump signed an executive order creating the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, expanding upon previous administrations' faith-based initiatives.
A 17-year-old North Texas student was arrested Tuesday for allegedly plotting a mass shooting at a nearby shopping mall after being inspired by Islamic State literature, the FBI said.
John Piper recently presented three ideas for helping to keep new believers in church. He was responding to a question about how to prevent people mistaking a sense of belonging to a Christian community with faith in God.
A church in West Virginia was voted out of its state Baptist convention by a local church body due to the pastor's support for homosexuality.
For generations, presidents of both parties have issued proclamations calling for a National Day of Prayer, releasing such proclamations throughout the year. Here are 12 inspirational quotes from presidential proclamations made through the years in honor of the prayer-filled observance.
An interfaith group of leaders including the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore and Family Research Council President Tony Perkins are calling on Congress to pass a bill aimed at protecting child welfare agencies opposed to same-sex couples adopting children.