Online evangelism is producing real disciples for Christ, according to a recent study. Over half of those who made a decision for Jesus over the Internet have subsequently shared their faith with others
The Discovery Institute is asking supporters to contact NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab to stop discriminating against proponents of intelligent design.
Walgreens is back on the "Nice" list of companies that recognize, rather than censor, Christmas, according to an announcement this week.
A Christian ice cream shop owner is thankful for being forgiven by atheists whom he had temporarily banned from his store. In his most recent public response this week, Gelato Mio owner Andy Drennen revealed on Wednesday that it's been "an emotional rollercoaster ride" for him
While thousands of bargain hunters hit the stores for Black Friday deals, several churches are choosing to start the Christmas season with "Bless Friday" by giving back to the community.
A World War II-era fighter plane crashed into box seats at the Reno Air show Friday, causing at least three deaths. Witnesses have described the accident as horrific and gruesome.
The North Carolina Senate voted on Tuesday in favor of letting voters decide on a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. In a 30-16 vote, the Senate agreed to place the measure on the May 2012 ballot.
Amid ongoing debate over whether pastors should be allowed to preach on political candidates and issues, a new survey reveals that most pastors do not want the government regulating their sermons.
The California Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday over whether Proposition 8 – the state's ban on same-sex marriage – can be defended by its proponents.
Republican senators who voted to legalize same-sex marriage in New York are not being let off easy. New billboards have appeared and conservatives behind the ads aren't mincing their words.
As the Amanda Knox appeals case resumed Monday, the family of the murder victim broke their silence, saying they have not been able to find peace or closure.
Just months after being fired from Cisco Systems in California over an anti-gay marriage book, Christian consultant Dr. Frank Turek was also given the boot from Bank of America.
The American Freedom Alliance will be allowed to present a pro-intelligent design event at the California Science Center, two years after it filed a lawsuit against the center.
A New Jersey high school recently pulled two books from a required summer reading list after receiving complaints that the content included homosexual sex scenes.
Surveys that ask young students about their sex life, among other personal issues, will no longer be administered without parental consent at a Massachusetts school.
Rick Perry is the latest Republican presidential candidate to sign a pledge, saying he will commit to defend marriage as a union between one man and one woman if elected.
A school district in Iowa has approved plans to renovate part of a nearby church for use as preschool classrooms, and one atheist group is protesting the move.
A Florida high school teacher who was suspended from the classroom for a comment he made against gay marriage on his Facebook page has gained an unlikely defender – an atheist.
Vanderbilt University is recognizing Wiccan and pagan holidays on its interfaith calendar. Students at the Nashville, Tenn., school will be allowed excused absences to observe those holidays.
A Florida high school has suspended its 2010 Teacher of the Year over Facebook comments he made against gay marriage. Jerry Buell, who teaches social studies at Mount Dora High School, wrote on his personal Facebook page that same-sex unions is a sin
Michele Bachmann came out on top in Saturday's Iowa Straw Poll with 29 percent of the vote, securing a frontrunner status in the GOP presidential race.
Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann were confronted at the Iowa State Fair on Friday by a gay teen who saw himself as a second-class citizen under the policies they support.
Mandatory sex education classes in New York City public schools are a cause for concern, one Christian leader says. "What we have here is a mandated curriculum ... which can be described as nothing less than radical in terms of what it's going to be presenting"
Nearly a third of the world's population live in countries where restrictions on religious beliefs and practices increased between 2006 and 2009, a new report reveals. The report also found that Christians were being harassed in more countries than any other faith group.
Navy SEALS and other American service members who died in a helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan Saturday were responding to a request by Army Rangers, according to U.S. officials.