Christian organizations in the United Kingdom are expressing concern and opposition to a proposed law that would ban counseling and therapies for patients with unwanted same-sex attraction.
Trump is scheduled to announce his nominee for the high court next Monday. Here is some background on the four judges who might become the nominee for the empty Supreme Court seat.
The number of United States citizens who consider themselves "extremely proud" to be Americans has hit an 18-year low, according to polling by Gallup.
A Roman Catholic diocese that purchased the former Crystal Cathedral building has announced that a "Holy Year of Preparation" will take place in advance of the church's official dedication next year.
North Point Community Church Senior Pastor Andy Stanley recently explained to popular radio host and Messianic Jewish author Michael Brown why Stanley quit using the term "the Bible says."
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has announced that historic Christians sites in Japan will be added to their World Heritage List.
Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza's newest film "Death of a Nation" compares President Donald Trump to Abraham Lincoln and liberal critics to Fascists.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, July 1-7, in Church history. They include the birth of an influential Gospel music writer, the founding of the Salvation Army, and the burning of Jan Hus.
Here are five notable cases where Kennedy wrote for the majority. These include decisions that protected sectarian prayers, limited the death penalty, and legalized gay marriage.
The United States Supreme Court has reversed a lower court's ruling against a Kansas woman who sued police for telling her to stop praying during a search of her apartment.
The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear appeals in two cases regarding local government invocation practices, allowing both a decision that upholds a county prayer policy and a decision that strikes down one.
Canadian Church Responds to Pressure to Disinvite Ex-Gay Speakers, Says LGBT Activists Misunderstand Intentions
LGBT activists in Canada who are demanding that a Christian camp meeting scheduled for later this summer disinvite a pair of American ex-gay speakers do not understand the intentions of the event, according to a representative of the church overseeing the event.
A university in Northern Ireland is reviewing its relationship with a college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in Ireland following the denomination's recent decision to reject gay marriage and full membership to noncelibate homosexuals.
Democrats and Republicans both hold very inaccurate views on each other's personal characteristics, according to a study from earlier this year that has been making the rounds on social media.
About half of American churchgoers and over a third of self-identified pro-life individuals hold a positive opinion of Planned Parenthood, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Evangelicals are expressing diverse opinions on the news that United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, long considered the swing vote of the nation's highest court, is retiring.
Nearly three in 10 Christians have shared their faith with non-believing friends and acquaintances on social media, according to a report by the Barna Group.
The United Methodist Church is urging the Philippine government to release a missionary placed in a detention center as he was trying to leave the Pacific island nation.
While Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy sided with the majority to uphold the Trump administration's controversial travel ban, he also warned against violating religious liberty.
Pro-lifers are celebrating a ruling by the United States Supreme Court which held that a California law that forced crisis pregnancy centers to promote abortion was unconstitutional.
Here are seven recent examples of this apparent rise in uncivil behavior. They include the denial of service at restaurants, attacks on social media, and even leaving an animal carcass outside a person's home.
The United States Supreme Court has ruled that a California law that compels pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise abortion services is unconstitutional.
Here are five reactions to the Supreme Court's order. They include perspectives from the law firm that represented Stutzman, the largest LGBT advocacy group in the United States, and a fellow Southern Baptist.
Robert Jeffress: America a Christian Nation; Secularists, Humanists, Atheists, Infidels Pervert Constitution
First Baptist Church of Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress has preached a sermon arguing that the United States of America was founded with the intentions of being a Christian nation.
Supreme Court Sends Case Against Christian Florist Who Refused to Work Gay Wedding Back to Lower Court
The U.S. Supreme Court has vacated a ruling from Washington state's highest court against a Christian florist who was punished for refusing to provide services for a same-sex wedding.