For years, we've been hearing that one side of the political aisle is on "the right side of history." But history doesn't seem to be cooperating.
If "assisted death" is such a good thing, why are so many Canadian doctors having second thoughts?
Do conservative American Christians have legitimate reasons to be alarmed?
A university removed bathroom scales from the gym, claiming that being fixated on weight does not have any positive effect on one's health. Seriously? If we are to follow the school's line of reasoning, then why not close the doors to the campus gym entirely, since being fixated on fitness can produce body anxiety?
Ah, springtime. Flowers blooming, birds singing, and articles questioning the historicity of Jesus hitting the newsstands.
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Freedom has responded to a secularist group's demand that chaplains at a New Hampshire military base not be allowed to offer invocations at on-base events.
It's been a whirlwind of activity since the inauguration, giving hope to pro-life advocates that our persevering prayers to end abortion will soon be answered.
If the spiritual crisis in America is to be thwarted, Christians must strategically withdraw from politics and form communities patterned after St. Benedict, a monk born in 480 A.D., says Rod Dreher, author of The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation.
I love hearing from pastors and other church staff about their honeymoons and the reasons they ended.
The millennial generation has famously been described as Generation Me — or, to cite the title of a 2013 Time article, the Me, Me, Me Generation — and there is certainly some truth to that description.
A new study has countered some perceptions that Christianity around the world is on the decline and could be dying out, by pointing out that religious people are having more children than atheists.
"It's not fair I lost my job," the pastor told me.
On the 160th anniversary of one of the worst Supreme Court Decisions, something beautiful and miraculous happened.
Have you ever worried that your faith was not strong enough? If so, what was the object of your faith in those anxious moments?
The "great liberal dream" of having the inherent value of human life respected while marginalizing Christianity is dead, according to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Al Mohler.
Pope Francis said Thursday that he's open to the idea of ordaining married men to serve as priests in remote areas suffering from priest shortages.
Former radical Muslim Isik Abla revealed jihadists are sending students to America to infiltrate the top universities with its radical Islamist agenda.
Millennials abandoning Christianity is mostly fueled by family breakdown, says the author of a new book on why so many of them are leaving their faith, yet reasons do exist to be encouraged.
Reports of warming relations between China's atheistic Communist Party and the Vatican have beet met with high caution by some watchdog groups, which are warning that the persecution of Christians could get worse.
A child born Monday morning in a Miami hospital was given the perfect name by her mother: Destiny.
The Donald Trump administration has reportedly told the nation's largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, that it can maintain its hundreds of millions of dollars in annual federal funding as long as it stops performing abortions altogether.
Through the media, entertainment, and university system — the three main information sources that shape the American conscience — people are bombarded with moral codes and messages that are anything but modest, restrained, or in line with biblical tenets.
The words "hate," "bigotry" and "intolerance" are mis- and over-used. But that makes it more important that we speak out against the real thing when it's there.
This past Sunday morning I took the opportunity to talk to my church about America. While I do not do this weekly, I do practice it regularly. I believe it is a stewardship entrusted to me for the church I pastor.
A national poll has found that while there is deep disagreement between Republicans and Democrats over whether Christianity is central to American identity, a majority of the population agrees that the country is losing its identity as a whole.