After making headlines last week for saying Donald Trump is a "baby Christian" who has accepted a relationship with Jesus, evangelical leader James Dobson has emphasized that even though the Republican nominee is still maturing in his Christian walk, that is no reason to not vote for him and give Hillary Clinton the power to "run the world."
Pro-life feminist television actress Patricia Heaton has spoken out against the United States Supreme Court's decision to strike down a Texas law that required abortion clinics to operate under similar medical safety standards required of other surgical medical facilities.
Conservative columnist David French denounced the United States Supreme Court's recent decision to not grant a hearing for a suit against a Washington state law that compells pharmacies to provide abortion-inducing drugs despite any religious objections.
The opportunity for biting social critique gets swept away in a torrent of bloody destruction. Few, if any, of CT's readers probably ought to see (or bother seeing) The Purge: Election Year. Like its predecessors (The Purge and The Purge:...Show More Summary
Fairy tales need real dragons. Roald Dahl weaves strange yarns for kids, mixing imagination and whimsy with a distinct strand of menace. The enduring popularity of his stories—Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was published in 1964!—depends on all those threads, menace included. Show More Summary
At the heart of the successful Brexit movement was one man: Nigel Farage. The 52-year-old leader of the UK Independence Party is considered the champion of the effort to leave the EU. Yet who is Farage?
In his first candid interview about the bone-breaking assault on his wife in 2014, to which he pleaded guilty and was sentenced in March, popular gospel singer James Fortune recently confessed, "I was an abuser."
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz has listed three "national sins" that she believes are prompting God to back away from America.
Even on its third season, "How To Get Away With Murder" is still able to keep people interested with the many mysteries surrounding the characters. All the skepticism has led to fans questioning what is going to happen in the next season of the hit series.
After the dramatic season finale of "Game of Thrones," there is a lot of anticipation for the seventh season of the hit HBO series.
Prominent conservative author and essayist Mary Eberstadt aims to show liberals of "reason" just how intolerant and incivil today's secularist political Left has become toward traditional religious beliefs on marriage, sex and abortion in her new book, "It's Dangerous to Believe."
In repeated posts on Facebook, Christy Sheats, who described herself as a conservative Baptist, expressed her love for her daughters, Taylor and Madison, sometimes while quoting Scripture. She was nothing like the woman who gunned them down last Friday as they begged for their lives.
The WWE Brand draft is less than a month away and rumors are running around on which superstars will make a dramatic return for the draft. Here is a look on who are highly speculated and likely to return.
Does talking about one's pain and suffering give power to the adverse condition or demonstrate a lack of faith in a believer? Is doing so unChristlike?
J.D. Greear, a strong contender for president at the recent Southern Baptist Convention, says it's unfair to blame declining baptism numbers in the SBC on a resurgence of 5-point Calvinism in Southern Baptist life.
One of the biggest announcements that was made during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) was the real-time strategy game "Halo Wars 2." The game is being developed by 343 Studios and Creative Assembly. It will be published by Microsoft Studios.
As the seas get warmer, invasive lionfish species have been spotted in the Mediterranean sea, which could mean another imbalance in marine biodiversity.
An atheist group has posted a billboard in Mississippi, one of the most religious states in America, telling residents that God and faith will not solve their problems.
Summary of this weeks 'Smackdown' from Miami, Florida.
While most sports fans will remember former University of Tennessee coach Pat Summitt as the all-time winningest coach in NCAA women's basketball history, the fallen legend will be remembered by those closest to her as a woman who built her life's successes around her love for Christ.