Chick-fil-A has gotten most of the attention, but a lot more companies are taking stands in the gay marriage debate.
In one of the weirder stories we've read recently, a pastor - and his church - have been charged with assault and kidnapping for staging a mock raid of a youth group.
So many cubits: A wealthy Dutchman builds a replica of Noah's ark. He had a dream his homeland would flood.
American evangelicals see Christians suffering in Syria and want their flocks to pressure the U.S. to get more involved.
Violence in Syria could keep Pope Benedict XVI out of Lebanon in September, according to Rome Reports.
Secretary of State Clinton to the Muslim Brotherhood: You better respect the rights of Christians and other religious minorities.
China says it's extremely respective of religious rights, despite that new U.S. report that says just the opposite.
Southern Baptist Convention President Fred Luter calls Mississippi church's refusal to wed a black couple an "isolated incident."
The new, official Democratic platform could well include a plank endorsing gay marriage.
Rev. Gary Hall is the new dean of Washington National Cathedral.
Just across the state line, a Maryland pastor who lived the high life is going to jail.
The widow of Catholic Cuban dissident Oswaldo Paya no longer rejects the official report that rules her husband's death an accident.
A Jewish pool party gets shut down amid accusations of anti-Semitism.
In Germany, Jews and Muslims unite in a pro-circumcision campaign.
A Muslim author celebrates the lives of Islam's Four Noble Women.
- Lauren Markoe
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