A traditional values expert says the citizens of Virginia have good reason to be outraged over a controversy surrounding the state health commissioner.
A gun-rights group is speaking out in the aftermath of an October 24 school shooting at a high school in Washington state.
An executive with a Christian medical organization says the U.S. needs to be heavily involved in the fight against Ebola, snuffing out what has been described as "a fire straight from the pit of hell" overseas before it ignites in America.
An American in Canada for a trial for telling the truth about homosexuality had part of his possessions seized this week when he entered the country.
An atheist known for attacking expressions of faith in the U.S. Armed Forces has convinced the Air Force to remove a newsletter contribution from a colonel because he mentioned his faith.
An Idaho town now claims it will not punish a husband and wife who refused to conduct wedding ceremonies for same-sex couples at their wedding chapel.
Yet another municipality, this one in South Dakota, has rejected public expressions of faith after atheists objected.
If church pews seem less crowded to you than a decade or two ago, you’re probably right. Today, the number of unchurched Americans stands at 43 percent — up from 30 percent just over two decades ago in 1990.
In a recent debate between the high-profile Republican attorney Ted Olson and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins, arguing the merits of redefining marriage to include same-sex couples, a different but related issue was brought to the surface — are heterosexual or homosexual parents better for the rearing of children?
Many will be wearing white ribbons this week as part of White Ribbon Against Pornography Week.
The president of the American Family Association is urging religious groups in California to fight back against a state mandate forcing them to cover elective abortions in their insurance plans.
A former atheist is speaking out about his new faith in Christ.
An attorney who fights for religious liberty says he has mixed feelings about a court decision that favors a group of hate-spewing street preachers.
According to The Washington Post, Americans who live in states that are identified as more conservative and religious search for online pornography at greater rates than their liberal and non-religious counterparts. But does this claim stand true after crunching the numbers?
A conservative seniors organization says even though recent increases in Social Security benefits have not kept up with inflation, the increase announced yesterday is very welcome news for millions of recipients.
The head of a messianic Jewish ministry calls it outrageous that the University of Minnesota may give special treatment to Muslims and their diets.