Four years after a church shooting killed two of his members, Boyd is encouraging those facing life’s dark valleys to stand strong in their faith in his latest book Fear No Evil.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney announced Monday that he is taking the first steps toward a presidential run by forming an exploratory committee. Romney announced the start of his exploratory committee with a YouTube video
Professors are questioning recent media reports that say Czech archaeologists unearthed a "gay caveman" last week, stating that the story was taken out of context.
Awarding-winning actress Ashley Judd discovered that she is the descendent of Protestants who traveled to America on the Mayflower seeking religious freedom.
Though retired judge Vaughn R. Walker’s confirmation that he is gay didn’t come as a surprise to many, some say he should have made the disclosure sooner.
House Majority Leader John Boehner and the GOP are continuing to push for the passage of a continuing resolution (CR) that would cut federal funds for abortion amid veto threats from President Barack Obama and hurled insults from the likes of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.).
A now retired Vaughn R. Walker announced that he is gay, but insisted that being a homosexual was not relevant to his decision to strike down Proposition 8, California’s gay marriage ban.
Televangelist Joyce Meyer taped her trial testimony in cooperation with prosecutors preparing to try Meyer’s former bodyguard, Christopher Coleman, for the murder of his wife and two sons.
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday that a North Carolina university’s decision to deny a professor a promotion based on religious and political commentary – inspired by his conversion to Christianity from atheism – is unconstitutional.
When Pastor Paula White came out aggressively last week against a Senate financial probe into her multimillion dollar ministry, she again brought to light the question of whether the government should step in to ensure that churches and ministries are not misusing money.
Controversial self-proclaimed prophet Cindy Jacobs has linked the natural disasters in Japan to the U.S. repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” and is calling on Americans to repent.
A new poll reveals that most voters, except for evangelicals, will be little influenced by moral issues such as abortion and gay marriage when picking a candidate. But conservatives assert that American interest in those issues are alive and well.
House Speaker John Boehner rejected the Democrat proposed compromise Monday that would cut $33 billion from President Barack Obama's proposed budget.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that dollar-for-dollar income tax credits for donations to private religious schools are constitutional.
Barack Obama begins his bid for a second term with an appeal to his past supporters but a Christian think tank questions whether he can rekindle the grassroots movement that propelled his 2008 campaign.
The hook ups of reality TV star "Snooki" (real name Nicole Polizzi) have made her a celebrity among MTV's Generation Y audience. But Christian family experts and polls say that a growing group of young adults are rejecting casual sex and embracing abstinence.
Increased Christian job listings and heightened interest in advertising among faith-based entities may have supported the dip in the unemployment rate reported by the U.S. Labor Department on Friday.
Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank delayed the introduction of his Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which prohibits employers from discriminating based on sexual orientation and gender identity, in order to rally additional support.
The battle to cut spending in the national budget may be causing a rift between Republicans and the Tea Party, a conservative grassroots movement that has been identified as largely Christian.
Faith-based progressives are asserting evangelicals are part of the movement to protect collective bargaining rights for public employee unions, but the nation's largest evangelical group questions the connection.
The U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services has decided to halt deportation cases where gay immigrants are married to a same-sex U.S. citizen.
The same pro-life group behind the controversial New York City billboard that was recently forcefully removed is putting up another attention-grabbing, anti-abortion ad in Chicago, this time featuring the likeness of President Barack Obama.
This morning a group of roughly 30 people gathered at Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island – the site of America's worst commercial nuclear disaster – to commemorate the 32nd anniversary of the accident, to pray for Japan, and to protest expanding nuclear power in the U.S.
Amid anonymous talk that Rep. Michele Bachmann may be establishing an exploratory committee for a presidential run, family groups are testifying about her strengths and convictions as a conservative.
Target Corporation is suing a gay marriage protest group for driving away customers from its San Diego, Calif., stores. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey B. Barton heard initial arguments Friday morning