Last week, the president threw America's parents and their daughters under a bus. And I'm hopping mad about it — and not just because I have a young daughter of my own.
A rather obscure but important study conducted by the Swiss government in 1994 revealed some astonishing facts with regard to the generational transmission of faith and religious values.
Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that naturally-occurring DNA may not be patented. Why does this ruling matter to you today?
Edward Snowden, the former CIA employee who leaked information about U.S. surveillance programs, is the world's most famous spy. Is Snowden a traitor or a hero?
A judge in Upper Egypt found a Christian teacher guilty of defaming Islam and levied a massive fine against her after prohibiting her lawyers from presenting a single witness during the trial.
The consensus view: The justices will limit the expansion of gay marriage rights to California, with few if any implications for the rest of the country. Only on the Defense of Marriage Act, most agree, will the court strike a broad blow against discrimination by striking down the ban on federal benefits for married same-sex couples.
After years of fights over religious monuments on public land, a county courthouse in northern Florida will soon be the home of the nation's first monument to atheism on public property.
On June 30, many Egyptians are being urged to go into the streets all over the country in response to a recent call for rebellion against President Mohammed Morsi, his administration and the ruling party to which he belongs -- the Muslim Brotherhood.
For the Rev. Ernest Easley, the decision to cut ties with the Boy Scouts was simple. The Bible says homosexuality is a sin. The Boy Scouts do not.
The United Nations Human Rights Council heard directly from the wife of imprisoned Iranian-American pastor Saeed Abedini June 4 as she asked the international community to "do more" to ensure that Iran upholds its human rights obligations.
Evangelical organizations have launched a media blitz to push members of Congress to pass an immigration bill that would allow the nation's 11 million unauthorized immigrants to apply for U.S. citizenship, strengthen border security and revamp the legal immigration system. The ad buy will feature radio ads and billboards in 13 states featuring pastors urging people to support the ongoing efforts in Congress.
The IRS targeted more than Tea Party groups for special investigations. The agency also went after religious, pro-life and pro-marriage groups, holding up tax-exempt status for months and even seeking details about group prayers.
I'm grateful for every believer who is willing to take a biblical stand in this debate and defend Scripture by "speaking the truth in love" (Ephesians 4:15). At the same time, I fear that we are in danger of allowing this controversy to distract us from the larger issue.
We sin if we call homosexuality something other than sin. We also sin if we act as if this sin cannot be forgiven. We cannot settle for truth without love nor love without truth. The Gospel settles the issue once and for all. This great moral crisis is a Gospel crisis.
Nigeria continues to own the shameful title of being the deadliest place to be a Christian. This deadly fact is characterized by the brutal murder of Rev. Faye Pama Musa, who was followed home by suspected Boko Haram militants and shot.
Now that Boy Scout delegates have taken their long-awaited vote and permitted openly gay Scouts, will there be a mass exodus by religious groups?
The flight of Christians out of the Middle East is unprecedented and it's increasing year by year. In our lifetime alone, "Christians might disappear altogether from Iraq, Egypt and Afghanistan."
I'm here to learn more about the challenges confronted by Syrian refugees, and the organizations working to help them.
Especially these days, when Memorial Day seems nothing more than a time for cookouts and swim parties, we cannot be reminded often enough about how great a debt we owe our war dead.
Meeting Thursday in Grapevine, Texas, the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America will decide whether it will retain or revise its historic membership policy on the issue of homosexuality.