New Jersey's Senator Cory Booker is following the path set by Vermont's Bernie Sanders: Bible-believing Christians should be rejected for government service.
As he declared April National Child Abuse Prevention Month, President Trump included one group of children who are often overlooked among the abused: the pre-born.
Great Britain has appointed the first-ever atheist to serve as a head chaplain at the National Health Service. The move underscores just how far the Brits have moved from Christianity.
Franklin Graham Calls for Boycott After Child Becomes Newest Victim of Target's "Transgender" PolicyWritten by C. Mitchell Shaw
Another incident in a Target restroom underscores the dangers of the retail chain’s nearly two-year-old policy of allowing “transgender team members and guests to use the restroom or fitting room facility that corresponds with their gender identity” and renews calls for a boycott. On March 25, a man exposed his genitals to a young girl in a restroom stall in a Chicago Target store.
As part of its crackdown on Christianity, Communist China has put a stop to the online sale of Bibles.
The Air Force has reversed its decision against an Air Force officer wrongly disciplined for declining to officially commend the same-sex spouse of an airman under his command.
President Donald Trump sparked an outpouring of support among Christians this week as he publicly celebrated Jesus Christ, the Savior's Resurrection, the Passover feast, and the key role of God in securing both human liberty as well as eternal life. The latest remarks follow a number of speeches in the United States and overseas in which the American president, who was elected thanks to overwhelming support from American evangelical Christians, has openly thanked God, celebrated the Bible, and emphasized America's undeniable Christian heritage. The contrast between Trump and former President Barack Obama, who regularly attacked and ridiculed Christians and the Bible, could not have been clearer.
Following an outcry from an army of senators and congressmen, the Navy has wisely rejected an atheist chaplain applicant.