A poll released Thursday questioning respondents about God and natural disasters reveals that evangelicals, more than any other group, tend to believe that natural disasters are signs from God.
A well-published theologian struggling to draw public attention to his most recent bestseller hopes that his book will expose the one-sided conversation about homosexuality in America.
A recent report about Catholic support for same-sex marriage funded by a major gay rights activist foundation may have overstated support in the Catholic Church for gay marriage because many of the polls used in the analysis did not give respondents the option to choose common law unions instead of marriage for gay couples.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty has made public his interest in the Republican presidential nomination by forming an exploratory committee for the 2012 election.
Private First Class Bradley Manning's actions merited his arrest, said Christian experts in the field of international relations and torture. But the experts disagreed over the details of his detention.
A national Zionist organization contended that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's unapologetic support for Israel on Sunday will win her votes.
A Wisconsin judge issued a temporary stay blocking the state from utilizing the recently passed bill limiting union's collective bargaining rights.
Conservatives say recent gay marriage polls, including the Washington Post-ABC News poll released Friday, do not change their belief that most Americans favor marriage between a man and a woman.
While aid groups are currently focusing on meeting the initial physical needs of disaster-stricken Japan, Saddleback Church is preparing for what they consider to be phase two of the relief effort – spreading the hope of Jesus Christ
The New Hampshire Supreme Court on Wednesday affirmed a lower court's decision to order an 11-year-old out of homeschooling and into a public school.
The group American Atheists is urging people who want to contribute to relief efforts in Japan to donate to secular charities rather than "religious buffoons."
The administration and Congress remain supportive of the nuclear power during a Wednesday House joint commitee hearing despite the failings of the Japan's nuclear power facilities.
The proposed Ohio budget may be the model of the fiscal frugality and compassionate action Christians are asking Congress to display in the national budget.
A Baltimore city school is at the center of a controversy for promoting and hosting a prayer service to encourage students to do well on state academic tests.
Lady Gaga's latest single, "Born This Way," has been heralded as the anthem for homosexuals struggling to be at peace with their sexuality. Its "just be who you are" message is seemingly one of validation and liberation from self-doubt.
As the Japan earthquake and tsunami ignite talks of global warming, a recently released Gallup poll indicates a growing number of Americans believe the warnings about Global warming are exaggerated.
Christians are urging youth groups take a cue from the White House conference on bullying by stepping up efforts against bullying and spreading the love of Jesus Christ.
A bill to legalize gay marriage in Maryland has been sent back to the committee to be taken up next year. House supporters did not allow the bill to come to a vote
Thursday's inaugural hearing to discuss the threat of terrorism in the American Muslim community sparked fears of future religious stereotyping and profiling.
Witnesses of New York Rep. Peter King's first "Radicalization in the American Muslim Community" hearing Thursday affirmed the usefulness of a public discussion focused on radical Islam despite vocal protests against it, including some that demonized the hearing as "McCarthyistic."
A social justice leader disputes an author's claim that the evangelical left is pushing the bounds of Christianity. Instead he contends that what the evangelical right considers liberal is actually "pretty conservative" because it is based on the Old Testament.
Organizers were forced to shut down an atheist concert scheduled to occur at a North Carolina military base after the military refused to endorse the event.
A Texas Democrat and dozens of students are asking state lawmakers to reconsider a bill that would push the state's public schools to teach about contraception in addition to abstinence.
A conservative pro-family group is threatening a boycott if the ABC network actually airs a new prime-time program that is said to portray Christian women as catty, two-faced gossipers.
A Rhode Island school district has decided to legally fight, if necessary, to keep a prayer banner hanging inside a public school despite threats from the American Civil Liberties Union.