University of North Carolina history professor and Christian author Molly Worthen told administrators from over 130 Christian colleges Wednesday that many young evangelicals haven't been taught the historical context of what it means to be "evangelical" in an era when the term has been given such a political connotation.
"Am I still evangelical?" That is a question many believers in the United States are asking themselves these days.
A lawmaker in Georgia has introduced legislation that would effectively allow high school football coaches and other public school officials in the state who want to participate in a student-led and initiated prayer to do so.
Construction will soon begin on what will be the largest cross in the Western Hemisphere, after a Texas pastor agreed to a deal with a contractor on Monday.
Former NFL Star Michael Vick shared with Liberty University students the Bible verse that gave him a "reason to believe" when he was jailed for nearly two years during the prime of his playing career.
A judge in the United Kingdom has ruled that doctors can pull an 11-month-old baby off life support despite the parents' decision that their child continue further intensive treatment.
A junior college in New Mexico has been forced by the nation's largest secular legal group to remove several Christian crosses that were previously on display throughout the public school campus.
Thousands of Iraqi Christians who fled their homes in fear of being killed by the Islamic State and have sought shelter in neighboring Jordan are being "neglected" by the United Nations in their quest for refugee status and resettlement, an Assyrian Christian human rights activist has warned.
A conservative Christian legal group's lawsuit against leading nonprofit watchdog GuideStar for using the Southern Poverty Law Center's "hate group" label on its profile page and the profile pages of other social conservative organizations has been dismissed by a federal judge in Virginia.
Christian apologist and author William Lane Craig claimed that people cannot live "consistently and happily" if they uphold an atheist worldview, arguing that in a world without God, there is no meaning, value or significance to life.
The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that a fire captain who was fired for using his work email account to send emails to his Christian firefighters fellowship group can file a lawsuit against his former employer.
Over 27,000 fewer Christian refugees were admitted into the United States during President Donald Trump's first year in office, according to a prominent evangelical humanitarian organization.
A California public school district has canceled a field trip to a Christian retreat center after the nation's largest secular legal group filed a complaint.
A Washington state high school football coach, who was suspended for kneeling in prayer after the end of football games, has suffered another legal setback in his quest to be reinstated and it is looking more likely that he might have to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Details have emerged about the arrest and imprisonment of a Cuban Christian rights activist who was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison late last year after authorities raided his home and confiscated Bibles and crucifixes.
Liberty University President and staunch Donald Trump supporter Jerry Falwell Jr. has offered his defense of the president's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.
An Indiana school district won't be ending a lunchtime leadership program led by pastors from a local church despite complaints from the nation's largest atheist legal group.
Renowned evangelical author and disabilities advocate Joni Eareckson Tada is warning that the United States could one day become like Canada or more liberal European nations that promote physician-assisted suicide unless Christians push back against the trend.
Concerned Christians have voiced their outrage over a homework assignment given to area students which claimed that Muslims, Christians and Jews all worship the same God.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the University of Iowa must temporarily reinstate a Christian student group that was punished last fall because it denied a leadership position to a gay student who refused to accept the club's statement of faith opposing homosexuality.
Teenagers today are the most non-Christian generation in American history as only four out of 100 teens hold a true biblical worldview and one out of every eight teens identify as non-heterosexual, a new survey released by one of the nation's leading evangelical polling firms has found.
Christian churches in Syria are crying out for help and assistance amid deadly attacks by Turkish forces on Kurdish areas of the civil war ravaged nation.
A Christian father, who along with his wife and three children, moved to Africa in 2013 after the U.S. government refused to let them bring home their newly adopted daughter from Uganda, spoke Friday what it means to act on God's convictions despite not knowing exactly what The Lord is calling for.
Trillia Newbell, an author and director of community outreach for the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, shared her testimony Friday morning with a large group of evangelicals right before the start of the 2018 March for Life.
Dad Shares How Daughter With Tiny Brain, Inverted Nose Still Lives 5 Years After Being Told to Abort
A Tennessee dad opened up about the joy and struggles his family has faced five years after he and his wife chose to carry their precious daughter to term, though they were advised by doctors to induce labor at 20 weeks of pregnancy and "try again" because of a rare, debilitating brain disorder.