Rob and Linda Robertson did what they believed was expected of them as good Christians.
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By Cheryl Wetzstein - The Washington Times
The number of reported abortions fell to a historic low in 2011, the federal government said this week in its annual tally of most of the nation's states. Published November 27, 2014
Pope Francis urged Muslim leaders to condemn the "barbaric violence" being committed in Islam's name against religious minorities in Iraq and Syria as he arrived in neighboring Turkey Friday for a delicate visit aimed at improving interfaith ties.
Nepal streets ran red with blood Friday, the beginning of a two-day festival aimed at enticing a Hindu goddess to bestow good luck on residents via massive and widespread animal slaughter.
A McDonald's campaign group banking on churchgoers wanting a side of fries with their Word has kicked off a campaign to construct a restaurant inside a place of worship.
Gloria Ramsaur had never seen anything like it.
When a pope last visited Turkey — Benedict XVI in 2006 — Muslim-Catholic tensions were so high that the Vatican added a stop at Istanbul's famed Blue Mosque at the last minute in hopes of showing Benedict's respect for Islam.
Residents of the Philadelphia area are being asked to show some brotherly love to those traveling to the city to see Pope Francis next year.
The American Civil Liberties Union revised on Wednesday its lawsuit over gay marriage in Kansas to include claims that the state is refusing to recognize unions performed in Kansas and other states.
She'd warned Scotty Reynolds to stay away from people like this, but "Mr. I Don't Listen" ignored her, as usual. Now, here he sat, moaning about how someone he'd taken in had trashed his apartment and stolen his computer.
A Massachusetts town came out in full force to fight against what was initially a single complainant who managed to get the term "Christmas Break" removed from the school system's calendar in favor of "Holiday Break."
An Oklahoma school district is reportedly walking back plans to begin offering students an elective course on the Bible after facing pressure from a major atheist group.
The daughter of 93-year-old Houston woman is upset after a local pastor reportedly refused to bury her mother, who had been a member of the church, because she hadn't tithed since she fell sick nearly a decade ago.
The moment Thanksgiving diners walk in to Indigo on K Street NW, both the American and Indian cultures will be readily apparent.
Rafael Cruz, preacher and father to Sen. Ted Cruz, said it's high time that Christians rally to take back the nation from atheists and progressives, but to take heart — God is still in charge.
Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran has been suspended without pay for one month and must undergo sensitivity training for authoring a Christian book in 2013 that described homosexuality as a "sexual perversion."
The Colorado Supreme Court threw out a legal challenge to the governor's honorary Day of Prayer proclamations Monday, ruling that members of an anti-religion group lacked standing to bring the lawsuit.
On a very memorable Sunday, Pastor Laura Truax surprised her congregation with a bold announcement: She was about to hand out money to everyone.
Chicago's new archbishop apologized to parishioners at a West Side church where children were sexually abused by a priest, saying his heart breaks for those injured by the "horrible things" that happened.
Boko Haram's expansion has meant murders, forced conversion, and forcible expulsion from homes, causing Catholics in Nigeria to pray and to reach out to help and console the militant Islamist group’s victims.
A prominent evangelical Christian leader has launched an effort to recruit 1,000 pastors willing to run for political office, hoping to inject issues and candidates of faith into the 2016 election.
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