Every human being has one and on Sunday the United States will celebrate them.
President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order that, among other things, called for the federal government to halt its enforcement of the Johnson Amendment, which prohibits churches from engaging in politics.
ABC network has announced that it will not renew the LGBT-themed sitcom "The Real O'Neals" for a third season.
Americans today are supportive of divorce and pornography in record high numbers, according to new Gallup findings.
A Kentucky-based Christian business does not have to make T-shirts for a gay pride event, declared a three judge panel of the state's court of appeals.
West Virginia School Being Sued Over Elementary School Bible Course Considers Adding High School Bible Class
A West Virginia school district currently being sued for a Bible course it offers at the elementary school level is considering adding a Bible course elective for high school students, which may have different standards from the legally challenged course.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced that it will be ending scouting programs for older teens, in a move that will take about 180,000 teenage boys out of the Boy Scouts of America.
Christian producers with years of experience working on religious movie projects have recently stated that they believe the term "faith-based" should no longer be used to describe films.
Oklahoma's House of Representatives has passed a resolution labeling abortion murder and calling upon state officials to prevent abortions from happening.
President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday, putting what many describe as an abrupt end to the controversial federal official's tenure.
An elementary school Bible Club that an atheist group got a Tennessee school district to suspend due to church-state concerns may return next academic year.
The American Millennial generation overwhelmingly supports the freedom of speech and religious liberty, according to a study by a right-leaning Washington, DC-based group.
Opposition to cultural change in America, not economic troubles, was the dominant reason working class whites voted for Donald Trump, according to a recent study.
Nearly four years after the death of its controversial president, Harold Camping, Family Radio appears to be on the mend, with a reported increase in donations and the addition of entities like Answers in Genesis to its regular programming.
An openly lesbian United Methodist bishop whose election was recently declared a violation of church law says that she does not want to see a schism in her denomination over its debate on homosexuality.
While young evangelicals are more liberal than their elders, they are also more conservative than their demographic peers, according to a recent article by the Pew Research Center.
Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is maintaining his executive order barring state employees from traveling to North Carolina on official business because he personally opposes the state's new law that he says doesn't give public accommodation to people who identify as transgender.
The American Civil Liberties Union will not be suing the Trump Administration over its recently signed religious liberty executive order, deeming it only an "elaborate photo op."
A small, declining Baptist congregation in Florida is merging with a nearby megachurch and will serve as a satellite campus.
An ex-gay group headed by sexual orientation change efforts therapy proponent and licensed counselor Chris Doyle has filed a fraud complaint against three major pro-LGBT organizations before the Federal Trade Commission.
An openly gay liberal has admitted to vandalizing an Indiana church with pro-Nazi Donald Trump rhetoric last November as a way to rally people following the presidential election.
Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has denounced DNC Chairman Tom Perez's recent remarks against pro-life Democrats.
Pro-choice members of Congress "mislead women about Planned Parenthood," according to an investigative video released by a pro-life organization.
The Episcopal Church has officially consecrated the first African-American woman to head a diocese in the mainline denomination's history.
Planned Parenthood Rejected Ivanka Trump's Private Suggestion to Split Org to Avoid Defunding, Says Report
Planned Parenthood rejected a suggestion Ivanka Trump gave to break off into two organizations in order to avoid losing approximately $500 million in federal funds, according to an in-depth New York Times piece.