The president of the Boy Scouts of America on Thursday urged members to lift the decades-old ban on openly gay adult troop leaders "sooner rather than later," during a speech at the organization's annual national meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
Franklin Graham Urges Christians to Pray for Each Supreme Court Justice by Name on Gay Marriage Decision
As the Supreme Court continues its deliberation on the upcoming decision on gay marriage, Franklin Graham is using social media this week to plea for Christians to pray of the justices of the hight court by name.
John Glenn, former astronaut and the first American to orbit the Earth, told The Associated Press in an interview last week that there is no conflict between evolution and a belief in God, and that evolution should be taught in schools.
Prison Fellowship Praises Koch Decision to Not Ask Job Applicants About Criminal Record: Represents Gospel Message of Redemption
Prison Fellowship praised the decisions by Koch Industries and other companies to no longer ask about criminal history on job applications, in an interview with The Christian Post, noting that the move is consistent with the redemptive message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Speaking to the largest Latino Christian organization in the world Tuesday, Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, said that the sexual revolution will fail and the Church must be prepared to embrace those "refugees of the sexual revolution."
Southern Baptist Pastors' Conference Cancels Ben Carson as Speaker for Political, Theological Reasons
Potential presidential candidate Ben Carson was recently disinvited from a speaking invitation at a Southern Baptist Pastor's Conference in Columbus, Ohio, in June, because of concerns raised by some Baptist pastors.
GoFundMe's Competitor: We Would Not Shut Down Campaign for Christian Bakers Fined for Refusing Gay Wedding Cake
A crowdfunding site said it would not have made the same decision as its competitor GoFundMe to close down the campaign to help a Christian bakery in Oregon, raise funds needed to pay its $135,000 fine for not baking a cake for a lesbian marriage ceremony.
With a Muslim family in Texas charged last week with the murders of a Christian Iranian activist and young man who they blame for converting their daughter to Christianity, some wonder if Islamic honor killing is a growing threat in America.
Much has changed since 1890 when President Benjamin Harrison reminded citizens that lotteries "debauched and defrauded" the public.