Homosexual activists connected with Mozilla were victorious in forcing the resignation of the company's new CEO over his past support of traditional marriage.
A group of physics students at the University of Leicester in the U.K. has determined that Noah's Ark could easily have remained afloat with all the animals necessary to preserve the various kinds during the Flood.
The Mississippi legislature has passed a bill to protect citizens, including business owners, against state intrusion into their right to religious expression.
A Florida school district is being challenged after a school lunchroom supervisor prevented a five-year-old from praying over her meal.
A Maryland county commissioner has said she would rather go to jail than obey a judge's ban on prayer in Jesus' name at government meetings.
Following strong criticism from Christian leaders, humanitarian group World Vision has reversed its new hiring policy on homosexual "Christians."
A civil jury has ruled that the University of North Carolina-Wilmington retaliated against one of its professors because of his Christian views.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has rejected the demands of an atheist group that he delete a Bible reference from his Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Stanford University has denied funding for a pro-marriage conference, agreeing with homosexual activists that the event amounts to "anti-LGBT" hate speech.
A group of 24 conservative faith and family organizations is challenging the Air Force Academy for ordering the removal of a Bible verse, written by a cadet, from a public comments area at the school.