The Anglican Diocese of Sydney has announced a donation of $780,000 (A$1 million) to defend traditional marriage in the midst of a postal ballot vote on the legalization of same-sex marriage, warning of "irreparable consequences" for society.
Oxford Univ. Student Union Bans Christian Union From Fair, Calls Christianity 'Excuse for Homophobia'
An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting up a stall at a college freshers' fair, with a representative calling Christianity "an excuse for homophobia and neo-colonialism."
Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock apparently admitted in a 2013 testimony that he had nocturnal gambling habits. Investigators also suggested that he had an undiagnosed mental illness.
As American Pastor Andrew Brunson marks a full year in prison in Turkey for his Christian faith, an American law firm is declaring that he has become a "hostage" following the latest developments from President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The Rev. Franklin Graham praised Vice President Mike Pence for walking out of the Indianapolis Colts vs. San Francisco 49ers NFL game in Indiana on Sunday to protest players choosing to kneel while the U.S. anthem played.
The nonprofit law firm backing Jack Phillips, the Christian baker at the center of what has been described as "one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court cases of our lifetimes," has revealed that oral hearings are set for December.
A group of diverse evangelical leaders, as well as conservative and progressive Latino Christians, are all calling on Congress and the U.S. government not to punish close to 800,000 "Dreamer" immigrants with deportations.
The Islamic State terror group has continued insisting in various interviews and statements that Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock was radicalized and became one of its soldiers, despite FBI reports skeptical of such a link.
A North Korean defector opened up about the underground church he led and the secretive life he and other Christians had there. He also revealed that despite being offered freedom for renouncing their religion, believers in the notorious prison camps refuse to do so.
Former Megachurch Pastor Perry Noble Reveals Struggles, Calling Himself 'Worthless Piece of (Expletive)' in Frank Post
Former NewSpring Church pastor Perry Noble admitted in a frank Facebook post that there are days when he struggles with severe self-worthlessness, given the issues in his life. But he revealed that it is Jesus' words that help him pull through.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee has joined the My Faith Votes initiative as honorary national chairman, and warned that unless Christians step up and vote, America could be facing an "irreversible" decline.
The reported rediscovery of the Seal of Solomon, a signet ring belonging to the Bible's King Solomon, has been disputed by Turkish researchers who say the artifact dates back to the Middle Ages.
A Georgia judge ruled Monday in favor of a man who in 2014 raised his middle finger at a pastor inside a church and shouted about Satan's influence over public schools, arguing that the behavior counts as protected free speech under the First Amendment.
Las Vegas Shooter's Girlfriend Clueless Over Massacre; Sheriff Talks 'Secret Life,' Note Left Behind
The girlfriend of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock described him as "kind, caring and quiet" after being interviewed by FBI agents, but reportedly failed to provide any insight into what might have triggered the killing spree on the Las Vegas strip Sunday night.
Traditional marriage advocates are speaking out against a "radical" proposal made by two academics in Australia calling for school sex education to be inclusive of transgender students by not using gender-specific terms such as "penis" and "vagina."
An extensive study of the nations of the world and their individual relationships with religion has found that Islam is the world's most common state religion, and listed the 10 non-religious nations that are hostile toward Christianity and other religious institutions.
A movie playing in theaters nationwide for three days only celebrates the life of Kenyan-born Charles Mully, who as a teenager made a life-changing decision to follow Jesus Christ, leading him to save tens of thousands of abandoned children later on in life.
A Christian student who was expelled from Sheffield University in the U.K. for writing against gay marriage on Facebook has slammed the institution's "appalling double standards" and pointed out its acceptance of controversial Islamic beliefs shared on campus.
Catholics, Jews Join Evangelicals in Fight Against FEMA Policy Banning Churches From Disaster Relief
A Roman Catholic and a Jewish group have submitted friend-of-the-court briefs siding with three evangelical churches suing the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in a bid to change policy that bans disaster aid from reaching religious institutions.
The number of patients who regret their sex change surgeries, especially among biological males who underwent operations to look like females, is on the rise, according to a leading genital reconstructive surgeon.
The daughter of a Focus on the Family executive, who is married to another woman, has released a book in which she states that she was rejected by her own family after coming out as gay.
Some conservative Roman Catholics are speaking out against a book on education by Pope Francis because its preface was written by Italian Education Minister Valeria Fedeli who's been described as a gender theory advocate.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and leader of the Anglican communion, Justin Welby, has admitted that he's unable to answer whether gay sex is sinful or not, and is struggling with the question.
Las Vegas and federal officials are still searching for a motive behind the worst mass shooting in U.S. history that occurred on Sunday, when 64-year-old Nevada resident Stephen Paddock killed at least 59 people and injured 527 others.
Evangelical voters who backed Donald Trump in his presidential election victory last November came out in greater numbers than opposing sides, such as feminists and gay people, according to Faith and Freedom Coalition Executive Chairman Ralph Reed.