A prominent Southern Baptist theology professor believes the much talked about Revoice Conference did not contribute anything truly new to the debate on celibate gay Christianity.
In August, conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza released his latest documentary mixing politics and history, titled "Death of a Nation."
A new free app from the people behind YouVersion Bible App has gotten more than 265,000 installations in less than three days, making it the second most installed app.
United Methodists Dismiss Complaint Against Jeff Sessions Over Using Bible to Defend Family Separation
The United Methodist Church has rejected a complaint submitted by approximately 600 people against Attorney General and UMC member Jeff Sessions over his support for family separation policy.
This Week in Christian History: 'Roe' Gets Baptized; Shakers Come to America; Martin Luther Foe Dies
Here are just a few things that happened this week, August 5-11, in Church history. They include the arrival of the Shakers in America, the death of one of Martin Luther's notable enemies, and the baptism of Norma McCorvey.
Pro-life activists have filed a lawsuit against the city of Toledo, Ohio, and its police force, accusing them of violating their free speech and religious freedom rights.
Members of Congress, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 12 attorneys general and notable college football coach Bobby Bowden have called on the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a high school coach's right to pray on the field after games.
Southern Baptist Convention Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore has expressed disagreement with Pope Francis' recent declaration that the death penalty is wrong in all circumstances.
Apple iTunes is being accused by some of having "shadow banned" the podcast of Illinois Pastor James MacDonald after he called on listeners to pray for President Donald Trump.
A Pennsylvania-based Roman Catholic diocese has released a list of clergy and other church-affiliated figures accused of sexually abusing minors.
Pro-LGBT United Methodists Divided Over Bishops-Supported Plan to Avoid Church Split Over Homosexuality
LGBT advocates who are members of the United Methodist Church have expressed divided opinions on a proposal supported by denominational leadership to prevent a split over the homosexuality debate.
An increasing number of Americans believe that businesses should be allowed to refuse on religious grounds certain services to same-sex couples, according to a new Public Religion Research Institute survey.
A Wisconsin-based atheist organization has filed a lawsuit against a West Virginia city over the local government's practice of opening official meetings with a reciting of the Lord's Prayer.
A three judge panel of the District of Columbia Circuit Court has upheld the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's rejection of a Christmas ad by the Catholic Church.
Speakers at the first-ever Revoice Conference denounced the mistreatment of LGBT individuals within the church, including those who adhere to the belief that homosexuality is a sin.
109 members of Congress have signed on to a petition urging the United States Supreme Court to hear an appeal meant to save a 40-foot tall cross placed a war memorial in Maryland from being removed due to an atheist group's lawsuit.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore was recently the subject of a prank interview by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen for his Showtime program "Who is America?"
A keynote speaker for the first-ever Revoice Conference, centered on same-sex attracted Christians, has rejected the idea that Jesus Christ wants the church to accept same-sex marriage.
'What Reconciliation Looks Like': Fla. Church That Once Banned Blacks Now Has First-Ever African-American Pastor
A Florida congregation that once refused to allow African Americans to attend worship services recently appointed its first African-American pastor.
Here are seven times when social media outlets including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube appeared to censor conservative groups due to ideological bias.
Popular social media site Twitter has released a statement denying that they "shadow ban" conservatives because of their viewpoints.
Here are just a few things that happened this week, July 29-August 4, in Church history. They include the founding of a prominent African-American church, Abraham Lincoln explaining his religious views, and the United States adopting "In God We Trust" as its national motto.
First Baptist Dallas Celebrates 150 Years; Robert Jeffress Talks Future Plans, Pastor Who Impacted Him Most
First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, the megachurch headed by Pastor Robert Jeffress, will be celebrating its 150th anniversary on Sunday.
United Methodist megachurch pastor Adam Hamilton stated at a Texas gathering that Christians can support gay marriage and not be at odds with orthodoxy.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld an injunction against a California school board's policy of allowing school-sponsored Christian prayers at meetings.