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A federal judge has issued a "stipulating order" that allows an activist to display pro-life messages inside his car in front of a Planned Parenthood facility in Michigan.
An Episcopal priest in Sandwich, Mass., has been suspended from his duties for allegedly stealing several sermons from a book he purchased from Sermons.com.
Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief (OBDR) and the Salvation Army are among the faith-based organizations providing disaster relief to the residents of Moore, Okla., following Monday's devastating tornado that killed 24, a number that is expected to increase as search and rescue teams continue to dig through the remains.
Serving as director of the Center for the Study of Hispanic Church and Community and associate professor of Hispanic studies and pastoral leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary, Dr. Juan Martinez knows first-hand how vital it is for seminaries to come alongside Latino Christians who are oftentimes already active in ministry without ever having ever stepped inside a seminary.
A statement signed by 48 Christian leaders asks the Boy Scouts of America to maintain its current policy of not allowing gay scouts.
As America waits with bated breath for the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage, one Ohio church became the target of gay marriage supporters after it advertised an event celebrating biblical marriages that promised to reward husband and wife couples with free $25 Chick-fil-A gift cards.
French historian Dominique Venner reportedly entered the iconic Notre Dame cathedral in Paris on Tuesday at 4 p.m. local time, approached the main altar and fatally shot himself with an automatic pistol before collapsing on the altar. The 78-year-old award-winning historian, described as "far-right" and "right-wing" by British and French media, may have carried out the suicide in protest of France's recent legalization of same-sex marriage.
On Thursday the Boy Scouts of America's (BSA) 1,400 voting members are set to decide whether to open their ranks to allow members who openly confess they are homosexual. If approved, the possibly exists the organization could turn into the country's largest sexual abstinence program. The concept is not absurd as it sounds.
Brad Pitt has said, "I have few friends," but that he enjoys the chaos of his family life instead, according to reports out this week.
Convicted killer Jodi Arias will take to the stand on Tuesday as her trial continues, and she is expected to plead for leniency to the jury in the hope of avoiding the death penalty.
Jodi Arias will take to the stand on Tuesday as her trial continues, and she is expected to plead for leniency to the jury in the hope of avoiding the death penalty. The coverage of today's hearing can be watched online through free live stream through the video player at the bottom of this article.
So said First Things editor R.R. Reno in a speech delivered to a Hillsdale College leadership seminar this past February. In his address, Reno tracks the hostility that the Obama administration, the courts, and the ascendant "Nones" (those who, when asked in surveys to identify their religious affiliation, indicate "none") are exhibiting toward religious liberty in America.
A wife has doused her husband with beer at Wrigley Field during an MLB game, and a video showing the incident has gone viral on the Internet.
"Thank you, God," Barbara Garcia whispered repeatedly as she tried lifting the bits of wreckage covering her precious pet and companion who she thought had been lost after a powerful tornado ripped through parts of Oklahoma Monday, killing at least 24 people.
A New Jersey sinkhole has swallowed up a man working on a forklift truck on Monday, in the latest terrifying sinkhole to hit the nation. In this case the man survived and was later rescued, but the incident has again highlighted the issue of sinkholes.
A singer is suing McDonald's after she swallowed a piece of glass that was inside her chicken sandwich, according to reports.
Last Thursday, the House of Representatives for the 257,000th time voted to repeal Obamacare. Once more, it was a meaningless resolution. The agency they should be abolishing is the Internal Revenue Service.
A Gallup poll shows that a majority of Americans now believe that sexual relations between two men or two women, and unmarried women having a baby, are morally acceptable.
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