The ACLU is trying to intimidate Kentucky school districts into banning the Gideons from distributing Bibles to students on school property.
South African Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu has declared that if heaven rejects homosexuals, he'd rather go to the "other place."
North Carolina has become the latest state to pass legislation designed to protect the pre-born and provide a safer environment for their mothers.
The Air Force has censored one of its chaplains over an article he wrote in which he quoted the famous line that there are "no atheists in foxholes."
Atheists have been lobbying Congress to have their own military chaplains — something chaplains who have served in the armed forces say doesn't make sense.
The Disciples of Christ is the latest denomination to reject biblical integrity in favor of political correctness, as its leadership has voted to embrace homosexuality.
While government has its place, the fact is that the realm outside government called society has been relinquishing its legitimate authority to the state for quite a long time. And the George Zimmerman case underlines how we've forgotten that the true “first responders” are supposed those first on the scene — even if they’re not wearing badges and might be stealing a bit of glory from those who do.
Facebook censors briefly banned the trailer for Kirk Cameron's new Christian movie Unstoppable, calling the content "abusive" and "unsafe."
A federal judge has bowed to pressure from pro-abortion forces, blocking the implementation of a new North Dakota law that would ban the murderous procedure after the sixth week of pregnancy.
Since the ouster of Egypt's President Morsi, Coptic Christians have been increasingly targeted for attack by Islamic radicals for their opposition to Morsi.