A film that purports to showcase both sides of the debate over abortion legalization, despite being made by pro-choice filmmakers, is scheduled to air on Netflix.
The national youth coordinator for the Episcopal Church of South Sudan was killed by a group of unknown gunmen when his car was sprayed with bullets.
President Donald Trump expressed regret for condemning Neo-Nazis who staged a violent protest in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017, according to a new book by journalist and author Bob Woodward.
Roman Catholic Church officials and Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò have issued differing statements in recent days over the details of a meeting Pope Francis had with an American county clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Being religious can help socially disconnected individuals find purpose when lacking relationships, according to a recent study.
If the Church wants to grow, it must celebrate those who take eccentric actions to spread the faith, says Michael Frost in his new book about Church "rule-breaker" movements.
Here are four things to look out for as Kavanaugh goes before the Senate. They include questions on abortion, religious liberty, swing votes, and complaints over the speed of the process.
Texas megachurch pastor Ed Young is going to have a professional wrestling themed sermon series in which he will interview notable wrestlers like The Undertaker, Ric Flair, Sting, and "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, September 2-8, in Church history. They include the appointment of a prominent Methodist bishop, the wedding of famed evangelist Billy Sunday, and the rise of an influential Medieval pope.
Nearly two-thirds of Christians and about four out of five pastors believe that mercy influences their daily behavior, according to findings from a recent Barna Group study.
Salaries for Southern Baptist Convention pastors are not keeping up with the rate of inflation, according to a new report by LifeWay Research.
The family entertainment watchdog group Parents Television Council is lauding HBO for its decision to quit showing erotic movies.
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled against the Pennsylvania House of Representatives' policy of guest chaplains giving invocations before meetings, claiming that it discriminates on the basis of religion.
Are You a 'Sunday Stalwart,' 'Relaxed Religious' or 'Solidly Secular'? Pew Releases New Religious Groupings
Pew Research Center has announced a new group of religious classification terms for the U.S. population, in the hopes of better categorizing religious groups.
The Vatican has removed from its official account a comment made by Pope Francis in which he appeared to endorse sexual orientation change efforts therapy for youth.
A group of about 100 conservative Facebook employees have formed an internal organization whose aim is to combat a liberal company culture considered by many to be intolerant of different views.
Evangelical leaders who signed onto a statement reaffirming traditional Christian teaching on sexual ethics and gender have reaffirmed their support at a symposium held on the anniversary of its release.
Conservative author and commentator Ben Shapiro has denounced liberal attacks on Vice President Mike Pence's Christian beliefs, declaring that similar partisan attacks led to the rise of President Donald Trump.
A South Carolina town is being sued by a church for passing an ordinance that bans worship services from being held at a local civic center.
Robert Jeffress Defends Evangelicals' Support for Trump: It's About Policy, Not Extra-Marital Affairs
First Baptist Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress has defended evangelical Christians who support President Donald Trump, declaring that it has to do with policy and not any alleged moral failings.
A Nashville, Tennessee area church has hosted a community-wide block party centered on the themes of the classic kids television series "Mister Roger's Neighborhood."
The founder and CEO of a major Christian media company will be releasing a new book meant to promote the agenda of President Donald Trump.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, Aug. 26 to Sept. 1, in Church history. They include the start of a 100-year-old prayer meeting, the birth of a renowned revival preachers, and the release of the American Standard Version of the Bible.
An interfaith coalition of more than 750 religious groups and leaders have demanded that the Trump administration allow for more refugees to settle in the United States.
Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest who has garnered controversy for his outreach to the LGBT community, told the major Catholic gathering the World Meeting of Families that sexual orientation is not a choice.