A Texas judge has dismissed sexual abuse and conspiracy charges against state district judge Paul Pressler, who is considered one of the engineers of the Southern Baptist Convention's conservative theological resurgence.
A pro-life social conservative news site says Twitter locked its account for nearly a day over a four-year-old post explaining how unprotected homosexual sex has contributed to a rise in sexually transmitted diseases.
Nearly half of American children are now born to unmarried parents, according to a new report from the U.N.'s Population Fund, the largest international provider of sexual and reproductive health services.
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's board of trustees voted this week to uphold the executive committee's decision to fire former president Paige Patterson and are moving forward with the plan to find his replacement.
A Christian filmmaking couple argued before a federal appellate panel on Tuesday that a Minnesota law that requires them to provide services to same-sex weddings denies them their religious freedom rights.
Tia Coleman, a Christian woman who lost nine family members this summer in a boating accident in Branson, Missouri, is outraged that two companies facing multiple lawsuits over the accident have invoked an 1851 law used by vessel owners to avoid or limit legal damages.
The 21-year-old driver who was formally charged last June for a crash that killed 13 members of the First Baptist Church of New Braunfels, Texas, lost control of his truck due to use of marijuana combined with his misuse of prescription medication, the National Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.
A majority of evangelicals now believe that God accepts the worship of all religions, according to a new study released by Ligonier Ministries that shows many have also grown confused about some core doctrines of the Christian faith.
Non-traditional students — those who are outside the "norm" of straight-from-high-school traditional students — represent a "significant, untapped market for Christian higher education," a study has found.
Christian leaders and the home church of Pastor Andrew Brunson are celebrating his return to the United States, saying the development is a hopeful signal for the persecuted and is another reason why evangelicals support Trump.
A middle school in Virginia has banned songs mentioning "Jesus" from its annual Christmas concert as part of an effort to be "more sensitive" toward the increasingly "diverse population" of its student body.
A federal jury in Wisconsin awarded two transgender state employees $780,000 on Wednesday after the state refused to provide health insurance coverage for sex-reassignment surgeries and hormone therapy.
International evangelist Christine Caine and her publishers have reached a settlement with Colorado author and life coach Carey Scott, who sued them in May for copying portions of a book she published in 2015 and including the lifted material in two best-selling books Caine later published.
In a new effort to keep children safe from sexual abuse, all 15 Catholic dioceses in Texas are expected to publish the names of clergy who've faced credible accusations of sexually abusing minors as far back as 1950, the church announced Wednesday.