A prominent liberal says former President Jimmy Carter might have crossed a serious line in helping raise money for an Islamic group tied to terror.
A Texas pastor is fighting to get books on the occult off library shelves and away from children.
According to atheists at the American Humanist Association, the only bowing down on a knee at Chestatee High School's gridiron should be a quarterback downing the ball, as any semblance of prayer will result in a lawsuit.
A growing number of women struggle with body image, and a treatment center in Tennessee is offering a Bible-based program to help them.
A Christian organization in Great Britain says it's watching closely as officials in that country confront a child abuse scandal involving more than 1,400 children.
Following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary (Charlotte, North Carolina). Land, who hosts the radio program "Bringing Every Thought Captive," appeared Wednesday on American Family Radio's "Sandy Rios in the Morning."
Supporters of legalizing marijuana fail to understand the cost it would have on personal lives.
The fall of mankind in the Garden of Eden is the worst thing ever to happen to humanity, says a Christian apologist.
With military-clad police tending to the rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, and recent incidents with civilians where police resemble a wartime invasion squadron more than your friendly neighborhood police department, many American – including former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee – are questioning whether the increasing militarization of American police forces is turning the U.S. into a police state.
Little did the 42-year-old Dr. James Dobson know back in 1978 when recording his parenting film series that his eight-year-old son, Ryan, would resurrect the videos 36 years later.
A pro-family group that predicted a conflict over religious freedom and anti-discrimination laws is pointing to a wedding venue that couldn't afford a legal challenge.
An energy organization thinks the headliners for an upcoming concert against the Keystone XL pipeline are being hypocritical.
An anti-marijuana group hopes educated voters will vote no on a proposed Florida constitutional amendment that could open the door for legalizing pot.
Christian business owners are still under legal attacks for refusing to participate in same-gender "weddings" -– a call that a pro-family research and education organization thinks Americans should be free to make.
Conservative black leaders are speaking out about the protests and riots in Ferguson, Missouri.
The spokesman for an organization that promotes religious liberty says he is grateful the U.S. Navy has reversed its decision that removed Gideon-placed Bibles in naval base hotel rooms.