A federal judge has ruled that a Pennsylvania county seal is unconstitutional for including a cross, handing a legal victory to a Wisconsin-based atheist organization.
A Florida city is appealing a decision that forces it to remove a 75-year-old cross display from a public park due to an atheist group's complaint.
Hugh Hefner's legacy is that of "sexual exploitation" and "public health harms," says an organization opposed to pornography and sexual slavery.
A lesbian bishop of the United Methodist Church is still in office months after the denomination's highest court ruled that there should be a process to remove her.
Churches are an essential part of the recovery process for Puerto Rico and Mexico, say representatives from the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and Convoy of Hope regarding reconstruction efforts in the two countries following this month's earthquakes and Hurricane Maria.
At least 9,000 attendees, most of them teenagers, learned about student evangelism and shared Jesus with their communities through Dare 2 Share's first live event.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore won the GOP primary runoff election on Tuesday, defeating establishment candidate Sen. Luther Strange.
A Roman Catholic organization dedicated to the memory of Saint Padre Pio is overseeing a national tour of relics connected to the notable priest.
A federal judge has struck down an Indiana law signed by then Governor Mike Pence that bans abortions performed because a baby has Down syndrome or due to a baby's sex.
One million students across the United States and countries worldwide will observe the annual "See You at the Pole" prayer on school campuses Wednesday morning.
A United Methodist Church commission focused on determining a resolution to the debate over the denomination's position on LGBT issues will release a preliminary report in November.
The beginning of the End Times will actually occur on Oct. 15, according to a Christian numerologist who denies having ever said that the world would end on Sept. 23 of this year.
Christianity is a faith with a long and detailed history, with numerous events of lasting significance occurring throughout the ages.
U2 frontman Bono said in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that he believes President Donald Trump is a "bully" who "manipulated" the concerns of American voters.
Kansas has suspended the medical license of a physician who performed an abortion on a 13-year-old girl and failed to send a sample of fetal tissue to authorities, as required by law.
Over 17,000 people have signed onto a petition protesting a Wisconsin Catholic University's decision to hold an LGBT "Pride Prom."
Leaders of a Virginia church named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee have voted to change its name, following a lengthy period of divisive internal debate.
A pastor and former member of the Oklahoma House of Representative who is running for governor has declared that it's "time to abolish human abortion."
A group of United Methodist Church clergy and laity have launched a movement meant to stress unity for a mainline denomination divided by the debate over LGBT issues.
Pope Francis has re-established an institute devoted to the study of marriage and family, building upon the one previously created in the 1980s.
A nondenominational church founded in 1992 that meets under a highway bridge in Texas so as to reach out to the local homeless celebrated its 25th anniversary.
A Texas megachurch said it is "deeply saddened" by allegations from a former volunteer who said she was dismissed because she is a Jewish lesbian.
A California-based pastor, who has had three gay parents over the course of his life, stated that "there is a difference between acceptance and approval."
This week in Church history features the release of a landmark version of the Bible and a major, albeit controversial, archaeological discovery.
A Confederate heritage group rallying in support of a statue of Robert E. Lee in the former capital of the Confederacy found itself greatly outnumbered by counter-protesters.