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The annual "Bring Your Bible to School Day" is scheduled to take place on Thursday. Last year, the observance had an estimated 356,000 students participate.
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President of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Russell Moore, condemned the "idea of success" propagated by the late Playboy magazine founder, Hugh Hefner, and called out "many church leaders" who seem "fine" with the situation as civil rights activist, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, saluted the iconic businessman's influence on American culture.
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He may have played a man with "a particular set of skills" trying to save a life in "Taken," but the gifted actor isn't on the side of life off screen.
ACLU wants Army Private Bradley 'Chelsea' Manning, transgender traitor involved in Wikileaks, released from prison
Group claims Army Private Bradley Manning, convicted of espionage and now living as a woman in an Army prison, is depressed and suicidal; asks President Obama for commutation.
'Haystack Monument' commemorating Christian missions in danger of removal from Massachusetts college
Question raised about Christian missions and colonial expansion, oppression of indigenous peoples. Will the monument to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions remain on the campus of a Massachusetts college?
Christopher Hyler, a 28-year-old Ohio man, has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of kidnapping, felonious assault, vandalism and retaliation after he claimed in court that Jesus – the Prince of Peace – asked him to beat the demons out of his girlfriend.
The Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) and American Atheists are once again poking their collective finger in the eye of Christians across the United States at Christmastime.
Tensions on the rise as Christian governor is formally charged. Muslims plan "prayer rally" in city center as police prepare to deploy 22,000 officers to prevent violence.
Students for Life asks Planned Parenthood to condemn the torching of the pro-life clinic in Albuquerque, the late-term abortion capital of the country. Planned Parenthood, which swiftly condemns any violence or threat against its abortion clinics, remains silent.
Christian leaders are pushing back against a Buzzfeed article that questioned HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines for attending a church that opposes same-sex marriage.
One of America's most popular jewelry companies has taken sides in the same-sex marriage debate, and a conservative watchdog is sounding the alarm.
Liberty University says in a statement it discussed Baylor sexual assault scandal "at length" with Ian McCaw, received affirmations of McCaw's character from Baylor regent and football coaching legend Grant Teaff before making hire.
Is polarizing 'Modern Nativity' an act of sacrilege evoking threats to 'burn in hell' or just plain fun?
Polarizing set ponders what birth of Jesus would look like in 2016.
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