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One doesn’t decide to leave such a famous group – and one’s own family – lightly, especially when you’ve been picketing the funerals of AIDS victims since age 5 and giving interviews since age 11.
The American Family Association has released its annual “Naughty or Nice” list, sorting out which national chains celebrate Christmas and which ones don’t.
The Bibles are inappropriate inside accommodations at a public university. “Providing Bibles to Holmes Student Center Hotel guests sends the message that NIU endorses the religious texts,” Jayne wrote.
Concord school officials are making changes in this year’s Christmas Spectacular, but that doesn’t mean an end to courtroom battle.
Society needs a much more vigorous defence of free speech than the one we are getting, with the ‘elite’ of society in academia, religion and politics offering a feeble and timorous defence.
Worshippers arriving to pray on Monday morning discovered pages torn from the Muslim holy text, the Quran, and feces littered in front of the building.
Recent killings in Paris as well as the arrival of hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim refugees in Europe have drawn renewed attention to the continent’s Muslim population.
GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump believes that the war on terror will require unprecedented surveillance of America’s Muslims.
Rev. Roy T. Herberger just looked up “funny church signs” on Google, came across one that made him laugh, and put it up outside the building.
He declares that the bible contains more accurate science, history, and prophecy than you can find anywhere else.
National Geographic has a cover story this month on the significance and legacy of the Virgin Mary — or at least the idea of her.
What did surprise me about the response to the Paris attacks was the sheer number of my fellow Christians who blindly and almost gleefully jumped on the anti-refugee bandwagon.
As many leading conservatives call for stopping Syrian refugees from entering the United States, several evangelical Christian organizations are pushing back.
Ryan said the legislation, if enacted, would bring a “pause” in President Barack Obama’s program allowing some Syrians fleeing war to come to the United States.
The National Association of Evangelicals, for example, has warned policy-makers not to let fear of terrorists get in the way of Christian charity.
While most Americans still identify as Christian, there are big differences when it comes to how involved they are with a congregation – or whether they’re involved at all.
In 2011, he told a Seventh-day Adventist audience that he was not “a hard and fast person who says the earth is only six thousand years old. But I do believe in the six day creation.”
Nearly 6-in-10 (59 percent) U.S. adults say the two ways of viewing the world are in conflict, according to a new Pew Research Center study.
A majority of young people endorse the scientific explanation of how humans evolved.
Thanks to the ever-watchful Sensuous Curmudgeon, we notice that The View took on the topics of creationism, evolution, and intelligent design.
“…All you’ve got to do is repent and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and invite him to come into your heart. Now this is a scientific method.”