The mayor of San Diego, California has ordered city officials to discard a new rule that prohibits employees from using "Founding Fathers" and other terms perceived as "gender biased" .
Christian author and radio talk show host Michael L. Brown is denouncing the pastors who last week blessed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and declared her as "the next president of the United States."
Despite faring badly in Iowa and New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said he's staying in the race "until I win."
Because of its stance on abortion and contraception, secular writers are portraying the Church as a callous institution uninterested in the welfare of thousands of mothers and their potentially disabled children. These attacks are missing the point.
An Anglican minister is about to set a record as Australia's oldest professional boxer.
The father whose five children were removed from the family home by Norway's Barnevernet or child welfare services, has been able to see his sons for the first time in three months.
Thousands of US middle and high school teachers are telling their student climate change has nothing to do with human activity.
Ted Cruz' campaign has been forced to defend an endorsement he received from a prominent pastor who has made highly controversial statements about Jews.
The Archbishop of Lima in Peru has compared the United Nations to King Herod because the organisation has encouraged Latin American governments to allow women affected by the Zika virus to have abortions.
Richard Dawkins has suffered a 'minor stroke' and Twitter is debating whether to pray for him.
Charles Darwin was born 217 years ago today. But did the great man believe in the existence of God?
The oldest copy of the Hebrew Bible in existence has been added to UNESCO's Memory of the World Register.
Couples that pray together on a regular basis are happier, on average, than those who do not, according to a new study by the Institute for Family Studies.
The letters of 18th century evangelical revivalist George Whitefield are to be published for the first time.
Christians normally frown upon the practice of torture, but Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not one of them. The business magnate even revealed that "chopping people's heads off" would be a good torture technique to use when he wins the presidency.