A new Gallup study found that nearly 80 percent of the US adults who were surveyed identified with a religion, but 70 percent say that religion is losing its importance in the US society.
The Korean Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign, which began in mid-November in Los Angeles, concluded on Christmas Eve. This year, the group was able to raise $48,000, almost as much as its goal of $50,000. To note, last year, the group raised $40,000.
A Centerville Elementary School in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, cancelled a play “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens after receiving complaints by parents over a line “God bless us, everyone.”
Texas officially began the process to pull out Planned Parenthood from the state’s Medicaid program last week by sending it a termination notice, after considering the move for over an year.
The Obama administration on Friday abstained from vetoing a United Nations Security Council measure to declare Israeli settlements on east Jerusalem illegal.
A Christian student is suing a Georgia college for allegedly keeping him from exercising his right to free speech after the school censored his evangelistic actions as “disorderly conduct.”
President-elect Donald Trump will attend an inaugural prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral on Jan 21, which is a day after the official swearing-in ceremony, according to Presidential Inaugural Committee.
American Christians are less responsive to the Syrian crisis than they were a year ago, according to a World Vision survey conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs.
The Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro has initiated an international campaign to draw in donations for the restoration of Brazil’s “Christ the Redeemer” statue.
Russell Moore, the President of the ethics division of the Southern Baptist Convention has apologized for his comments on President-elect Donald Trump and evangelical Christians who supported him.
North Carolina lawmakers have failed to vote to repeal the state’s bathroom law on Wednesday evening after the governor-elect announced on Monday that a special session would be called to repeal it.
Texas: Judge Allows Restoration of 'Charlie Brown Christmas Poster' on School Nurse Office Door with Bible Verse
A Texas court ordered restoration of a Bible verse on a Charlie Brown poster that was removed by the administration from a middle school.
Over 40 evangelical leaders wrote a letter to President-elect Donald Trump, expressing their support for Secretary of Environmental Protection Agency nominee Scott Pruitt.
President Barack Obama signed a bill that would promote international religious freedom, and help stop the persecution of Christians and religious minorities around the world.
A federal court found Dylann Roof guilty of killing nine people at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina in June 2015.