When it comes to believing and living out the Scriptures, are there any major cities left in the U.S. where this is the majority mindset? What are the most and least Bible-minded cities in America and what about the safest and most dangerous cities to live in?
Georgia residents may have to wait until 2015 to see if a religious freedom bill will pass, as lawmakers have come under intense pressure even from corporate America.
A health freedom organization says it's getting positive feedback over its anti-ObamaCare billboards.
A recent poll suggests half of Americans believe homosexuals have a constitutional right to marry each other, an opinion that one pro-family advocate blames on effective propaganda.
A third university town in Mississippi has adopted a resolution elevating the homosexual lifestyle, prompting a pro-family group in the state to point out it's imperative the legislature pass a bill protecting religious freedom.
A pro-family activist is pointing to Disney's thumbs-down treatment of the Boy Scouts of America as an example that homosexual activists don't believe in compromise.
An effort to split The Golden State six ways is gaining momentum.
Two medical marijuana dispensary owners in California are entangled in a legal battle for refusing to pay a large tax bill because they say their shop is a Christian ministry.
You know how this works: Marketers track a person's online habits, and then the advertising begins showing up.
In the opinion of "the one-stop source for conservative ideas on criminal justice," jail is not justified for all criminals.
Organizations operating at the United Nations have a new group to battle on moral standards – a group that should not have attained its non-government status.
The founder of a non-profit Christian organization has written a book to help young people understand they can challenge same-gender attractions and to ensure that the current social climate doesn’t con them into thinking the lifestyle is okay.
Traditionalists seem to be pleased with the latest pronouncement from the Church of England on homosexuality.
Christians can regain lost ground for religious liberty but it takes more than talk.
The battle to promote the biblical view of homosexuality is going international.
Pastors in Michigan are calling on Christians to unite as a federal court prepares to hear a lawsuit against a marriage amendment approved by voters a decade ago.