A massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake has rocked Chile, killing at least 78 people. The quake on Saturday has triggered tsunamis.
Obama administration officials met with a group of nontheists Friday morning. Details of what transpired during the private meeting were not revealed.
Two young men connected with a string of church fires in east Texas were arrested Sunday. The men had attended First Baptist Church in Ben Wheeler. They face first-degree felony charges.
A Christian legal group announced Saturday its intention to sue a Florida county school district in an attempt to restore the rights of faculty to pray.
There's a strong possibility a Chicago man could be jailed for defying a court order that temporarily barred him from taking his daughter to church.
The world's largest Baptist university has named Kenneth Winston Starr, who is most well-known for his work as special prosecutor in the Clinton scandals, as its next president.
Black children are an endangered species, say billboards throughout Atlanta. The new campaign sends out a blunt message but organizers behind the project want Georgians to know about "the holocaustic impact" abortion has had
With "Avatar" now the highest-grossing movie of all time, some evangelical Christians are wondering how to respond to the cultural phenomenon.
President Obama's faith advisory council recently voted to require churches that receive federal funds to establish separate non-profit corporations as a "necessary means of achieving church-state separation."
The Church of England's governing body on Friday approved a motion that emphasizes the compatibility of belief in both God and science.
Controversy over a morning prayer meeting at a high school in Georgetown, S.C., was settled this week as district officials offered a compromise.
Conservatives say a new report released by International Planned Parenthood Federation on comprehensive sex education is inappropriate and oversexualizes ten-year-olds.
Psychologists in a new study on the origins of religion suggest that moral judgments operate independently of religious background.
Conservative groups have denounced the recent decision requiring that all U.S. military bases worldwide carry the controversial contraceptive pill, Plan B.
A new Earth-centered worship area at the Air Force Academy has generated wide attention and discussion over religious freedom and political correctness.
A Clackamas County, Ore., jury found a faith healing couple guilty of criminally negligent homicide for failing to seek medical help for their son.
Four Christians on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit challenging the recently enacted Hate Crimes Prevention Act, arguing that it seeks to criminalize deeply held religious beliefs that are in opposition to homosexuality.
As the New Orleans Saints get ready to battle it out with the Indianapolis Colts this weekend, churches are being cautious with their Super Bowl viewing parties to avoid copyright infringement.
The 51-year-old man who admitted to killing late-term abortion doctor George Tiller was found guilty of first-degree murder on Friday.
Scott Roeder on Thursday admitted before a jury to shooting and killing a late-term abortion doctor. He justified his action, stating that he needed to protect the children.
In the days leading up to the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Americans have shown up in droves at rallies across the country in a show of solidarity against abortion.
Conservatives are hailing Tuesday's election upset in Massachusetts and citing it as evidence that Americans are frustrated and want change.
Famed New Atheist Richard Dawkins has opened up the Non-Believers Giving Aid, a "religion-free" way of helping the victims of the deadly earthquake in Haiti.
The Texas State Board of Education has delayed its first vote on a new social studies curriculum to March. Amendments to the standards, including emphasizing the role of Christianity in U.S. history, were debated Wednesday.
What is it about pornography that makes it so appealing to so many men? Neuroscientist and researcher Dr. William M. Struthers approaches the pervasive problem of pornography as not only a spiritual matter but also a physical one.