The former Maryland governor’s love of Irish poetry provides a fitting send off to his candidacy.
The man who wrote one of the most popular worship songs is linked to the leader of an organization hit with allegations of sexual abuse.
It was her theology—not her hijab—that got her in trouble with the evangelical college.
There’s a lot researchers still don’t know about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, but safe-sleep campaigns have cut its fatalities in half in just a few decades.
Despite the care they may receive from their adopted families, many students have lower academic performance and diagnosed disabilities.
The girl-power movement has taken back embroidery—and Clinton’s 2016 campaign is capitalizing on it.
Even as the number of hunters declines, presidential candidates still don orange vests and head off in pursuit of game.
Many leaders of the church have already denounced the billionaire’s non-Christlike antics and now others may be following suit.
The industry has never been widely accepted, but in the age of the Internet it may disappear completely.
Eric Scheidler, who leads an activist group that displays graphic anti-abortion images, explains why he won’t back down from his controversial pro-life strategy.
The Texas senator and Republican presidential candidate rallied supporters last weekend at Funspot, the self-proclaimed largest arcade in America.
It usually isn’t about “panic.”
A newly unearthed hominid revives some difficult questions for Christians.
As techniques like IVF and surrogacy become more common among celebrities, tabloids offer a window into the complicated future of reproduction.
The former president is heir to a long tradition of church-based education as a means of moral improvement.
What the dissolution of one of America's fastest-growing churches means for evangelicalism
Mars Hill Church spent $210,000 getting its pastor's book to the top of the New York Times best-seller list. Where is the line between a pastor promoting his own career and promoting the ministry of his church?
Is it possible to judge a school's ability to encourage deeper religious faith?
100 years after the publication of 'Pollyanna,' the novel offers a mascot for the modern happiness obsession.