Nathan Black

Christian Post Reporter

Pa. Senate Allows Jesus Prayer

A month after his prayer was rejected by the state House, the Rev. Gerry Stoltzfoos was allowed to pray in Jesus' name before the Pennsylvania Senate on Wednesday.

Prop. 8 Opponents Mull 2010 Campaign

Same-sex marriage advocates are debating whether to try and overturn California's constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman next year or wait until at least 2012.

Obama, Pope Discuss Abortion, Stem Cells

In their first meeting Friday, President Barack Obama and Pope Benedict XVI touched on the ethics of abortion and stem cells. The pontiff offered Obama a copy of a document titled "An Instruction on Certain Bioethical Questions."

Gay Marriages Now Recognized in D.C.

Same-sex marriages performed in other states and countries are now recognized in the nation's capital. The bill became law after a failed attempt by conservatives, including ministers, to receive approval for a referendum.

Obama Pledges to Ally with Gays for More 'Progress'

President Barack Obama reiterated his pro-gay pledges to the homosexual community during a White House reception Monday. Obama vowed again to overturn the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy and to repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

Senate Blocks Tiller Resolution

The Senate recently blocked a resolution that condemns violence against abortion providers. Pro-life groups contend that the language does not stop at only decrying violence but goes further to pay tribute to abortion providers and their services.

Huckabee, Jon Stewart Face Off on Abortion

Former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and late night host Jon Stewart faced off for the second time over another heated topic – abortion, or the pro-life issue, as Huckabee preferred to call it.