Does anyone want gov't out of healthcare business?
A doctor and former member of Congress is giving his diagnosis of the current healthcare debate on Capitol Hill.
A watchdog group wants Pope Francis to take action against Communist population control advocates under his control.
A survey of teenagers and their Bible reading suggests that the best gift parents can give their teens is to open the Bible and read it with them.
Iranian officials released Iranian pastor Farshid Fathi from prison after serving five years of his extended seven-year sentence, which was rooted in punishment for his Christian faith.
A black pro-life pastor says a Planned Parenthood volunteer needs to learn the history of the organization she supports.
A new study reveals that the most wonderful time of the year is also a great time of year to invite someone to church.
A church in Oregon has launched a web site to catalogue Christmas season attacks, exposing a country of Scrooges and Grinches.
As 2015 comes to a close, there are reports of dramatic breakthroughs in Bible translation worldwide this year.
A group of Orthodox rabbis have issued a public statement advocating partnership with Christians and appreciating the religious value of Christianity.
Research about church planting in America has produced some interesting and hopeful findings.
As the year winds to an end, a spokesman for a network of pastors urges ministers to tackle some of the controversial issues that have made 2015 a very volatile year in American history.
Fuller Theological Seminary is launching a series of contests to recognize excellence in sermons that make effective use of scientific research. But at least one conservative theologian is urging caution.
An incoming seminary president in Texas is hoping that a centuries-old Christmas tradition that originated in Spain and now practiced chiefly in Mexico, Guatemala, and portions of the American Southwest, will catch on in the Lone Star State.
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