An 82-year-old Muslim prisoner of conscience in Pakistan who was supported by Trump evangelical adviser Johnnie Moore has been freed after three years imprisonment for blasphemy.
With the Democratic National Convention still over a year away, who is currently leading the pack?
A Catholic journalist in England is being told by police that she may have committed a criminal offense because she "misgendered" someone and will soon be interrogated under caution.
After taking heat for speaking at a stadium event with pastors described as prosperity gospel preachers and “false teachers,” Francis Chan has publicly responded to those concerns and vowed to continue speaking at events that feature people with whom he theologically disagrees.
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On Tuesday, the Justice Department announced the indictment of fifty people, including a pair of well-known actresses, for their participation in a series of schemes to get their kids admitted to elite colleges and universities.
I've seen far more ministry leaders leave the ministry out of discouragement than disgrace. So how do we keep from being another ministry statistic? How do we finish well?
The proposed legislation in Massachusetts (and similar bills being proposed elsewhere) is about much more than protecting children from shock therapy and other ill-favored practices. These bills define “conversion therapy” in such a way as to prohibit any health-care professional from therapeutically questioning a minor’s sexual orientation or desire to transition gender.
I’m going out on a limb. I’m about to make a bold prediction. Contrary to the prognostications of Beto O’Rourke, the world will not end in 12 years. At least not by climate change. There. I said it.
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Women in Ireland are being warned against seeking the abortion pill reversal treatment that’s been successfully used in the U.S. to save babies’ lives. The Irish Department of Public Health is advising women that there is “no such thing” as abortion reversal and attempts to do so could result in either a miscarriage or an unhealthy outcome for the pregnancy.
'Make Families Great Again': Hungary seeing more babies, fewer abortions through pro-family policies
White House officials and evangelical leaders gathered for “Making Families Great Again” conference on family policy hosted by the Hungarian Embassy at the Library of Congress.
Eight year-old Jack Wilson was on a weekend visit to his grandparents' house in mid-December 2016 when he informed his grandmother that his name was really Jacquelyn.