Researchers found that those who believe in salvation and feel they have an unshakable relationship with God tend to sleep longer, fall asleep faster and feel more rested in the morning.
While a vast ideological chasm separates left and right on a host of policy issues, several voices on the religious right are urging Protestant Christians to recognize and act against race-based injustice.
China’s Communist party is intensifying religious persecution as Christianity’s popularity grows. A new state translation of the Bible will establish a ‘correct understanding’ of the text
EWTN was founded in 1980 by Mother Angelica, an American nun inspired to create her own Catholic television network with $200 in her pocket when she ordered her first $600,000 satellite dish.
First Baptist Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress is voicing his support for President Donald Trump’s demand for a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, saying Democrats are “morally liable” for what he called a humanitarian crisis at the southern border.
“Taking Up Serpents,” a 60-minute work by composer Kamala Sankaram and librettist Jerre Dye, debuts Jan. 11 and 13 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
The group, which represents presidents of 93 United Methodist-affiliated colleges and universities, urged the denomination to amend its policies and practices to recognize the “sacred worth” of people regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.
North Texas Republicans overwhelmingly voted Thursday night against removing a Pakistani immigrant as Tarrant County vice chairman for his Muslim faith, ending an embarrassing removal effort that drew condemnation from fellow Republicans.
Immediately following the final whistle Monday night, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney was interviewed on the field by ESPN. And the affable and unashamed coach wasted no time in praising God.