Trump Set to Become Next President of United States, Calls on Americans to 'Bind the Wounds of Division'
Donald Trump won the general elections 2016 and is set to be the next President of the United States of America.
An Iowa church is taking back its lawsuit against the governments of the state and the city of Des Moines after a District Court judge ruled on October 14 that churches are not public accommodations and that their religious views must not be interfered with.
Evangelist Billy Graham turned 98 this Monday, having preached the gospel at the pulpits for the last 60 years.
The jury selection process has been postponed in the federal trial of a South Carolina man who fatally shot nine black parishioners at a historically black church last year.
Department of Education has released a report showing that homeschooling students doubled from 850,000 to 1.8 million between 1999 and 2012. DOE also noted that the movement has become more racially and ethnically diverse.
An FBI investigation has been opened to identify vandals who burned a black church in Mississippi, and wrote “Vote Trump” on the wall on November 1.
A federal appeals court reopened a case on October 31st concerning the constitutionality of Christian prayers at county board meetings in Rowan County, North Carolina.
The proportion of people with a four-year college degree in the U.S. varies by religion, according to a recent Pew report.
The Washington D.C. city council voted 11-2 in favor of the bill that would permit terminally ill patients to request for a medically-assisted death.
Religious beliefs plays a major role in influencing people’s choice for the next President of the United States, according to a new study by Barna Group.
A majority of millennials are more receptive to Karl Marx than they are to the Bible when it comes to what both have to say about work ethic, according to a new poll.
Most Americans are raised in religiously homogenous homes, the results of a recent Pew Research survey suggests. The Pew survey found that as many as 79 percent of respondents were raised in a home in which only one religion was practiced or no religion was practiced. Of those, 65 percent of them were raised by two parents who shared the same religion, and 14 percent were raised with a single parent.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case involving a transgender teen who has filed a lawsuit against a school for the right to use the restroom according to gender identity.
Half of Americans Say Shared Religious Beliefs Not Important To Marital Success, According to Pew Research
Not all married Americans say that sharing religious beliefs is an important factor, placing more importance on other factors as key to having a successful marriage, according to Pew Research.
American Academy of Pediatrics Edits Screen Time for Toddlers, Add Video-Chat Exception With Relatives in New Guidelines
American Academy of Pediatrics has removed strict restrictions on screen exposure for children younger than 2 years of age in new guidelines released this month.