Following an uproar over a Defense Department statement saying that military personnel could be court-martialed for sharing their faith, the Pentagon has backed down on that position and now says soldiers are free to proselytize, as long as they don't harass others.
The Pentagon has confirmed that military personnel — including chaplains — could be court-martialed for sharing their religious faith with others.
The major media have orchestrated a full-tilt celebration of the first openly homosexual NBA player, while demonizing those who dare to take a public stand for traditional values and the Christian faith.
In the latest undercover video released by pro-life group Live Action, a Washington, D.C. abortionist admits that he wouldn't help save a baby born alive during one of his abortion procedures.
A man in Britain declared brain dead woke up just in time to escape the death sentence of doctors preparing to remove him from life support and harvest his organs.
President Obama used his speech at Planned Parenthood's annual gala to praise the abortion giant while denigrating efforts at the state level to protect the unborn.
The U.S. Army is once again ordering that references to Bible verses that were etched into rifle scopes sold to the military be removed.
The Defense Department has reportedly blocked access of military personnel to the Southern Baptist Convention's website because of "hostile content" on the site.
While France's parliament forced same-sex marriage on the country with a final vote April 23, both secular and religious French citizens — and even homosexuals — continue to oppose the unpopular measure.
The Boy Scouts is considering a policy change that would allow youth who identify themselves as gay to participate in Scouting — a major change to the group's century-old ban on homosexuality.