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Pastor Andrew Brunson is back in the United States after two years of imprisonment and detention in Turkey according to the Associated Press. President Trump welcomed Pastor Brunson to the White House after helping secure his release from nearly two […]

A school district in Massachusetts will no longer allow prayer at school-sponsored events, including graduations, as a result of complaints from one of the nation’s largest atheist organizations. This decision came after a Christian minister publicly prayed for Canton High […]

The fight over Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation came to a close this weekend. After the FBI probe failed to uncover corroborating evidence to support Professor Ford’s accusations of sexual assault, the Senate voted to confirm Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. […]

The United States might soon be prioritizing the resettlement of Christian refugees, President Trump said in a statement. “They’ve been horribly treated,” Trump said in an interview with Christian Broadcasting Network anchor David Brody. “Do you know if you were […]

As God is increasingly removed from the public square and “separation of church and state” used to relegate religion to a private, hidden thing, Florida has reversed the trend in its school systems. Students across the state of Florida returned […]

The opinions of pastors are trusted highly by Christians, a study finds. New research by Barna group revealed that a strong majority of the American public (88%), including 92% of practicing Christians, trusts the opinion of a pastor when it […]

The word “censorship” normally conjures images of Nazis burning books or modern China’s refusal to allow Google or Facebook to operate in the country without extraordinary concessions and government approved filters. Silent censorship, however, has been on the rise in […]

In November, voters in Utah will consider a ballot measure to legalize medical marijuana and possibly join 30 other states that allow its use. Opponents, including leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a group of […]

Freedom of religion has long been enshrined in American culture and is one of the first freedoms listed in the Bill of Rights. The right to not only believe in a specific faith but also to practice it has come […]

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who has a reputation for rambling public statements, violently cracking down on the drug trade and cursing world leaders, recently took his vitriol to an unexpected place. The president of Asia’s largest Catholic country called God […]