Conservative women are under attack for daring to criticize the modern feminist movement. But they're fighting back, too.
A ministry leader is helping to call homosexuals out of that lifestyle, one that she knew well.
Guinness and Company is hearing from Christians offended by their latest commercial.
A new report warns about climate change and wildfires, but one prominent skeptic says the report’s authors are simply wrong.
Supporters of Israel, both Christian and Jewish, have held a rally in the Memphis area.
Although there has been extensive research on HIV/AIDS, a cure is not forthcoming for the foreseeable future.
There's a word thrown around a lot these days but one pastor says it's not being used in the way it was meant.
When did the Good News become so bad?
Does a person's faith have anything to do with how serious they are about eating healthier? A recent Barna study indicates, among other things, that "food guilt" indeed plays a role among those who actively practice their faith.
A Christian apologist is concerned that Islamic terrorists may try to target a U.S. jetliner the same way a Malaysian jet was shot down over Ukraine last week.
In the aftermath of a second lawsuit against Arizona's law banning abortions on the basis of race and gender, a conservative think tank wonders if the NAACP is relevant anymore.
A spokesman for Project 21 finds it interesting that the Klu Klux Klan opposes illegal immigration.
While the complaints concerning an unauthorized psychological experiment conducted by Facebook on users of the social network has been in the news, it also "highlights" the fact there's a lot of interest in what makes people feel sad or happy.
According to a new study, homosexual activists' tactics seem to be working, and one conservative credits that fact in part to the Democratic Party.
The National Organization for Marriage is calling for a public response to an employee survey conducted internally by J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
California is going beyond being one of the 19 states currently allowing same-sex "marriage" by revolutionizing the sacred institution even further with Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) signing of Senate Bill 1306, which eradicates from state laws references to "husband and wife."