A secular legal organization that is suing to stop school children from sending Christmas gifts and messages of hope to impoverished children in need around the world is the recipient of the annual "Ebenezer Award" handed out by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.
An Illinois judge has granted a group of pro-life health clinics a preliminary injunction against the state's new law requiring health providers who oppose abortion to refer or inform pregnant women to abortion clinics.
A pro-abortion writer and author believes that the Democratic Party needs to take a step back from its extreme stance in support of abortion and embrace more pro-life candidates if the party hopes to compete again on a national stage.
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham is praising North Carolina lawmakers for protecting women and girls by not repealing the state's controversial transgender bathroom law that prohibits local governments from requiring businesses to allow biological men to use women's bathrooms.
As churches and religious hospitals will soon be required to cover or perform transgender reassignment surgeries, a lawyer who represents numerous Catholic dioceses and Christian denominations is concerned that the Obama administration's questionable legal interpretations on gender identity won't be easily changed through regulatory action by the Donald Trump administration.
Best-selling author and evangelical Christian speaker Joel Rosenberg says there is an important distinction between dealing with and trying to defeat Islamic extremism that world leaders must take into consideration.
President Barack Obama has spoken out against political correctness, expressing concern in a recent interview that many Americans, and not just liberals, are too quick to stifle political debate by discrediting political views that they don't agree with.
The Islamic State terrorist organization forced the families of four men accused of aiding United States-backed enemy forces to watch their loved ones as they were lit aflame and burned alive in a public execution carried out by militants in Syria on Tuesday.
A 12,000-member megachurch in Britain lost the equivalence of $4.8 million in charitable funds after trustees carelessly invested money in what later turned out to be a ponzi scheme headed by a former Premier League soccer player.
A Muslim woman in Nigeria has donated food to 50 Christian widows and their families to help them celebrate the Christmas season.
Outspoken Christian real estate entrepreneurs and North Carolina residents Jason and David Benham have spoken out against North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's call for the state legislature to repeal the state's highly controversial transgender bathroom law, H.B. 2.
A pagan man in Maine has been given the right to wear a pair of goat's horns in his government-issued identification card on religious grounds.
A wealthy Muslim businessman has purchased and erected what is now known as the tallest Christmas tree in Baghdad in order to show solidarity with the persecuted Iraqi Christian community and help Iraqis forget the "anguish" caused by the conflict with the Islamic State in the Nineveh province.
A compromise has been reached in North Carolina's battles over transgender bathroom use. The city of Charlotte will repeal its controversial ordinance and the state government will repeal the law passed in reaction to that ordinance.
Democrats were twice as likely to "unfriend" or block somebody on social media sites because of their political postings following the 2016 election and are five times more likely to avoid certain family members this Christmas because of conflicting political views, a new poll has found.
Over 40 evangelical leaders are encouraging President-elect Donald Trump to stick by his appointment of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to be the next administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency despite liberals' claims that Pruitt is a climate change "denialist."
Christians have become the new Jews, as they are now "the most endangered minority" in the world, says prominent Orthodox Jewish Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein.
A Texas judge has ordered that a school district restore "A Charlie Brown Christmas" display that was forcefully taken down by administrators because it featured a verse from the Bible.
Over 75 prominent prominent religious leaders and scholars have signed a statement against government coercion that is discriminatory towards biblical views on marriage, gender and sexuality.
Pro-life activists are confident that a new rule issued by the Obama administration that bans states from blocking Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics from receiving federal funds will be "short-lived" and have called it a "desperate move" in the last days of Obama's presidency.
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham is calling on Christians to pray for the Christian governor of Jakarta, Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama, who could face up to five years in prison over trumped-up blasphemy allegations.
Evangelical leader James Dobson is calling Ohio Gov. John Kasich's veto of a bill that would have banned abortions if a fetal heartbeat can be detected a "cowardly and shameful action," stating that millions of Evangelicals and Catholics oppose his decision.
Authorities in Britain have arrested six people suspected of being Islamic extremists plotting to bomb shoppers in the days leading up to Christmas.
Christians in Egypt have forgiven those responsible for the deadly suicide bombing at St. Peter and St. Paul's Church in Cairo, which left 24 Christians dead and 49 others injured, Coptic Bishop Anba Angaelos told The Christian Post on Wednesday.
A key religious freedom bill that would bolster the State Department's ability to help counter terrorism and the increasing persecution of religious minorities throughout the world has been sent to President Barack Obama's desk.