Liberty University's Jerry Falwell Jr. Says He Turned Down Secretary of Education Position, Will Serve in 'Advisory' Capacity
Donald Trump picked Christian philanthropist and activist Betsy DeVos to head the education department, but Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. said he was also approached for the post.
Three couples have revived their challenge against a North Carolina law that allows magistrates to refuse to perform same-sex marriages on the basis of religious objections.
Houses of worship, like churches and synagogues, are now opening their doors as “sanctuaries” for immigrants seeking refuge from deportation.
Donald Trump has nominated Christian philanthropist and education activist Betsy DeVos as Secretary of United States Department of Education.
Pew Research Center released a poll earlier this week in which voters were asked to grade President elect Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on their conduct during the campaign among many other questions on their perspective on what lies ahead.
Students, alumni, and faculty at Fuller Theological seminary are petitioning for the administration to designate the campus as a “sanctuary campus.”
A university in Wisconsin denied two students credit for the hours they spent volunteering at a church.
Church in New York City is growing rapidly, with an increased church attendance and a rise in the number of people professing to be born-again believers, according to various reports.
President-elect Donald Trump said on Sunday that he will live in the White House after his inauguration in January, but his wife Melania will stay back in New York till their 10-year-old son Barron finishes his school year.
World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Zika is no longer an international emergency. The WHO Emergency Committee however said that it may still represent "a highly significant and a long-term problem".
The divorce rate in America has fallen to its lowest levels in about 40 years, and at the same time a slight increase in marriage rates are noted over the last five years.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Cliff Barrows, who served as the head of music choir at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association for about six decades, died on November 15 at the age of 93.
The Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian, who heavily fined bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein for declining a request to bake a cake for the lesbian couple's wedding, lost his race for Secretary of State.
Hundreds of people were present Tuesday at the Washington Supreme Court as it heard arguments regarding a case that involves Arlene's Flowers, a flower shop which has been accused of discrimination against a gay couple by refusing to make flower arrangements for their wedding in 2013.