An evangelical pastor who was raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, said that while The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shows itself as another Christian denomination and will speak about various Christian beliefs, "they all have totally different meanings."
Alveda King, pro-life activist and the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has given President Donald Trump a list of about 100 prisoners she wants him to release as part of a "tidal wave" of mercy.
A man in Indiana who assaulted a Catholic priest in church was reported to have declared during his assault that "this is for all the little kids."
Hawaii Gov't Attempting to Silence Churches Ahead of Midterm Elections, Conservative Legal Group Claims
A conservative legal group who recently won a religious liberty case at the Supreme Court warned that the Hawaii government is trying to silence churches ahead of the midterm elections.
An author and blogger who often writes on issues of biblical womanhood has called upon Christian parents to raise their daughters to resist "toxic feminist messages."
Chelsea Clinton has responded to critics of her recent remarks appearing to link Roe v. Wade and economic growth, saying that her words were misrepresented.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. quoted the Bible and blamed Attorney General Jeff Sessions in response to news that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to paying off a porn star and Playboy playmate at the direction of Donald Trump.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the United States, has installed its first female African-American bishop.
United States Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has said that he considers the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade to be "settled law," according to a Republican senator who's considered to be a swing vote.
A Southern Baptist leader whose recent book calls on people to show more respect for each other across partisan lines, says he believes social media is fueling the incivility.
Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, has explained that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' name change announcement holds a theological significance evangelicals should be aware of.
The United Methodist Church's Latino-Hispanic caucus has endorsed a plan that would remove the denomination-wide position against homosexual acts and gay marriage.
Texas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has voiced his support for President Donald Trump's tough foreign policy efforts, stating that an "eye for an eye" is an "effective way to run a country."
'We Showed No Care for the Little Ones': Pope Calls for Forgiveness, Action in Response to Sex Abuse Scandal
Pope Francis released an open letter calling for repentance and accountability following an extensive report on sex abuse committed by Catholic priests and the cover-up by church leadership.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Aug. 19-25, in Church history. They include the death of Blaise Pascal, the founding of the World Council of Churches, and the beginning of a brutal massacre of Protestants.
A couple threatened with eviction from their Virginia-based senior living community for hosting a Bible study have gotten the support of a conservative legal group to fight the decision.
Pro-life Christian actress Patricia Heaton has said she won't be giving any donations to the Catholic Church until the institution removes from its ranks those who have engaged in sexual abuse or covered it up.
California's Senate has passed a controversial bill that labels as fraud any business or goods that advance sexual orientation change efforts therapy, advancing proposed legislation critics say will curb religious freedom in the state.
"No matter the circumstances, I must be punished," a Colorado Christian baker wrote about his state's latest effort to force him to express messages in opposition to his religion through his art.
Another allegation of plagiarism has been leveled against Tim Clinton, the head of the 50,000-member American Association of Christian Counselors.
A newly launched public service information campaign seeks to spread awareness of the right of religious expression, especially the right to pray, for students attending public schools.
A movie depicting the actions of infamous Pennsylvania abortionist and convicted killer Kermit Gosnell has had its first official trailer released.
People who struggle with an addiction to porn won't succeed in overcoming it if they try to battle it alone, explained people who minister to porn addicts.
Mo. Democrats Welcomed Pro-Lifers, Then Changed Mind; Newspaper That Endorsed Hillary Slams Reversal
A major Missouri newspaper that in 2016 endorsed Hillary Clinton for president has denounced the state Democratic Party's recent decision to remove a position welcoming pro-life supporters into their party.
Colorado baker Jack Phillips, who earlier this year won a United States Supreme Court case over his refusal on religious grounds to make a same-sex wedding cake, is back in court over his objection to making a transgender-themed cake.