Local authorities in Indonesia are asking a 42-year-old man to change his name.
If you’re a fan of ancient artifacts or the Bible, you may want to book a flight to Britain, as the Codex Sinaiticus, the world’s oldest copy of the bible, will be on display in the British Museum in the coming months, according to The Guardian.
In 2 Timothy 2:2, I see what I would describe as a teaching cycle, where those being taught turn around and teach others what they have learned so that they, in turn, will have the ability and knowledge to teach yet others.
I love to sing. I grew up going to church and singing with my parents.
College football is having a crisis of faith. Public schools across the country have long allowed chaplains to access their locker rooms as coaches and players find religion helps them put sports in proper perspective.
Being a parent is a seemingly never-ending task. Children require attention all the time. They are worth all the trouble they put a parent though, but it is a big job.
Did Jesus have a wife? It’s a question experts, researchers and believers have debated for years.
While global stock markets continued their gyrations Monday, a new stock index has focused on another type of bottom-line: Catholic values.
Laws restricting religious conversion and other practices are drawing fire from religious freedom experts, who say the measures hamper societal harmony.
A new TV show debuted this summer that’s created some controversy among believers and families. It’s called “Impastor” and tells the story of a con man, Buddy Dobbs, who pretends to be a pastor, even though he has no knowledge of the Bible.
When the Dannemiller family took up an experiment to abandon consumer culture for a year, they missed out on aspects of life many people consider necessary, according to The Huffington Post.
The Brandon High School marching band in Mississippi found itself on the bench for the school’s first football game of the season after a court order kept it from performing the Christian hymn, “How Great Thou Art,” according to The Clarion-Ledger.
With the sanctuary and overflow room in the small Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia, packed, the teacher of Sunday's Gospel lesson taught for the 689th time to a crowd diverse enough to include attendees from Guatemala and Ghana, according to CNN.
The late Rev. B.T. Smith made a comment once that has really stuck with me: "You have to love those who don't love you."
On Sunday night last week, political commentator John Oliver called out televangelists who ask their followers to donate money to churches and religious organizations, according to World Religion News.
Through personal experience I have learned that, for the most part, you get what you pay for.
My son is coming to visit this weekend! We talk often, but we live almost four hours apart. When we visit him, or he visits ...
Being a minister of the Gospel of Christ, I have been present when people died.
Pope Francis counseled bishops during his recent tour of the United States to "not pick fights that would turn more people off than they would ...
Mariah Idrissi was skeptical at first about becoming a model for H&M’s latest ad campaign.
A rare 3,000-year-old seal from the times of King David and Solomon has been discovered by a 10-year-old Russian volunteer as a part of ...
For many public health officials, the news of the deaths of more than 700 Muslim pilgrims near Mecca on Thursday was tragic but unsurprising.
As I walked out of my home Wednesday morning, I was met with the crisp, cool autumn air.
Another year, another accolade.
Within the last week, two 2016 Republican presidential nominees have caused controversy over comments they made about Muslims, which may indicate the political party has ...
It is said the great American president, Abraham Lincoln, once remarked, “Folks are usually about as happy as they make up their minds to be ...
There is an old song that comes to mind, and I am not sure I remember all the words correctly, but in essence it says ...
For the past week, Jews across the country have been saying, "I'm sorry."