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.
A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction to a Michigan farmer who was barred from selling his products at an East Lansing market due to his opposition to gay marriage.
A Wisconsin church was vandalized with anti-Christian and sexually explicit graffiti during LGBT Pride last weekend.
The University of California, Berkeley spent an estimated $600,000 in security measures for an event featuring conservative social commentator Ben Shapiro.
Best-selling author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter hinted at supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump, apparently reversing her once staunch support.
An Iowa-based multi-site megachurch belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America has begun work on a new facility for one of its campuses.
Nearly two-thirds of pastors' spouses have said that the salary received by their church is not enough to live off of, according to a recently released survey by LifeWay Research.
California has announced that an initiative to label abortion "first-degree murder" can gather signatures to possibly be voted on through a state referendum.
Senator Ted Cruz of Texas has responded to the wave of jokes and criticism from social media regarding his Twitter account's recent liking of a pornography link.