New COVID-19 guidelines in California forbid singing during worship services to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
White evangelical Protestants were the most comfortable with attending services, with 61% saying they were either "very comfortable" or "somewhat comfortable" with attending.
A lengthy new report from the nation's leading nonpartisan family television watchdog group indicates a large increase over the last decade in the amount of violence and profanity in television shows rated as appropriate for children.
America is facing a significant shortage of highly educated "economically attractive" unmarried men who earn at least $53,000 and have a college degree. And the situation could result in unmarried women remaining unmarried or marrying less well-suited partners, a study says.
Grammy Award-winning artist Chance the Rapper, whose real name is Chancelor Jonathan Bennett, was a guest on NBC's "Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he declared that Jesus has inspired him to be a more generous person.
"Many modern people want eternal justice on their own terms."
A former Google employee has gone public with claims of election manipulation, intimidation, and political bias at the hands of the tech giant, including the "blacklisting" of certain websites, including The Christian Post.
Hollywood's normalization of pornography is feeding the sex trafficking industry, says Noel Yeatts, president of the anti-trafficking organization World Help.
Alleged Dayton shooter said he was 'going to hell and not coming back,' liked tweets about El Paso shooting hours prior to his spree
Alleged Dayton shooter Connor Betts posted as his Twitter bio that, "I'm going to hell and I'm not coming back," and liked tweets about the El Paso shooting hours before unleashing his own shooting spree, killing nine and wounding several others on Sunday.
As the nation reels from two tragic shootings, Christian leaders are calling the massacres pure evil and urging people to seek a spiritual, not political, solution.
In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, pastor and author Max Lucado is urging the U.S. to "welcome Jesus into the midst of this turbulent time" instead of responding with fear and anger.
Americans with a high level of religious knowledge have a warmer view of Jews, Catholics, mainline Protestants and Buddhists than they have of evangelical Christians and are least warm to Muslims and atheists, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
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