The United Kingdom will soon mandate that pornographic websites install age verification software that prevent minors from accessing their content.
UMC Lead Bishop Tells Both Sides of Homosexuality Debate to Be Open to 'Changing One's Mind' to Avoid Schism
The United Methodist Church Council of Bishops president has urged his fellow church leaders to be open to "changing one's mind" on the homosexuality debate to avoid schism.
Georgia's state senate has passed a bill that if enacted would exempt faith-based adoption agencies from being compelled to work with same-sex couples if it goes against their religious beliefs.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has compared people who are opposed to biological men using women's restrooms to a proverbial family's "embarrassing uncle."
An LGBT activist group seeking to change the United Methodist Church's official stance on homosexuality is rallying support behind an Ohio pastor who may lose his clergy credentials for defying denominational rules on gay marriage.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Feb.25-Mar.3, in church history. They include the Roman Empire establishing Christianity as their official religion, John Donne's last sermon, and the United States Supreme Court labeling America a "Christian nation."
Harvard University has put a Christian student group on "administrative probation," allegedly in response to the group's decision to ask a female leader to resign once it was learned that she's in a lesbian relationship.
Will Catholics go to Heaven?
In a speech lasting over an hour, President Trump touched on a number of topics while addressing the largest conservative gathering in the United States, CPAC, on Friday.
National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre has stated that the Second Amendment was given to Americans by God as "our American birthright."
Vice President Mike Pence has denounced the positive portrayal that mainstream media gave North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un's sister during the Winter Olympics.
A private funeral for the Rev. Billy Graham will be held on Friday, March 2 in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to details released by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
During his decades-long public career as a preacher, the Reverend Billy Graham held approximately 400 Crusades and is believed to have preached at a total of 215 million people.
Here are just 12 of the many statements of condolence and remembrance, ranging from faith leaders to celebrities and family.
Approximately 5,000 Christian leaders from many different denominations are going to Florida for a conference focused on helping to grow and plant new churches.
A man has been charged with a misdemeanor over allegedly sending a threatening email to a Michigan pastor whose church oversaw a program for girls struggling with their sexual identity.
The president of the general conference for the Seventh Day Adventist Church has expressed his opposition to clergy preaching politics from the pulpit.
A pastor connected to the sexual assault case of Highpoint Church Teaching Pastor Andy Savage has resigned from his Texas-based church.
A church in Australia weighed in on the gun control debate following the mass school shooting that took place in Florida, asking on its marquee sign: "When will they love their kids more than they love their guns."
Olympic Athletes Would Choose Gold Medal Over Life Itself? Video Shows Billy Graham's Talk on Survey Findings
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently posted a video to social media of his father, the famed Rev. Billy Graham, commenting on a study about how many athletes would trade years of their life in return for winning a gold medal at the Olympics.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Feb. 18-24, in church history. They include the introduction of the Gregorian calendar, Oscar Romero becoming Archbishop of San Salvador, and the publication of the Gutenberg Bible.
When it comes to the debate over life's origins, a majority of religious Americans are "not strongly wedded" to either evolution or creation, according to recently released research.
Earlier this week, the National Portrait Gallery unveiled the official portraits for former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama.
Religious studies has been ranked as one of the least important subjects students should learn in school, according to a survey released by the U.K.-based research group YouGov.
School shooter Nikolas Cruz does not have any confirmed ties to a Florida-based white supremacist militia group, according to police.