City officials removed a controversial road sign from the entrance of a small Texas town early Monday morning, and now the church responsible for the sign has vowed to fight back against the decision.
A public middle school in Ohio has taken down a historic Ten Commandments plaque from its auditorium entrance after a Wisconsin-based watchdog group called for its removal.
Hannah Brown is speaking out about criticism she's faced regarding her religious beliefs.
The Ark Encounter founder is taking issue with public libraries for being homes to books "dedicated to LGBTQ topics."
Second Baptist Church in Palermo, Maine is defending its anti-LGBTQ sign. Longtime resident Stan York, a gay married man, says he's "sad" his children have to be exposed to homophobia.
The Lake County Sheriff's Department declined to provide private security for the event reportedly because, "It looks like a hate group."
The Air Force granted a religious accommodation to allow Harpreetinder Singh Bajwa — a Sikh man — to become the first active-duty airman to wear a turban, beard and unshorn hair.
While the football coach was praised for organizing the baptism, the Freedom From Religion Foundation says he violated the students' civil rights.
One critic advised the Catholic priest to instead preach that men should respect women and not treat them as sex objects. "Pray on that."
The doctor asked a colleague if she knew how to do a "Muslim autopsy," and then proceeded to make an ululation.
A Native American student was told she couldn't walk at graduation due to her bead-decorated cap — which her father spent a week hand-threading — because it violated the dress code.
The photo, which seems to depict Jesus wearing a cassock with his arms outstretched, was compared by some social media users to the statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro.
The volunteer EMT in New York, who was wearing headwear that's an important part of the Sikh faith, says the bar committed religious discrimination.
Yuna didn’t succumb to the pressure to fit into the stereotypical box of a successful artist, specifically when it comes to wearing her hijab.
"This is government speech and the government cannot promote and endorse a religion."
Under the administration's "conscience protections," health care workers can object to performing procedures on patients for moral or religious reasons.
"There's ten commandments and committing adultery is not part of that,” the pastor said. “It’s not that they should not go to the school it's that they can't go to the school.”
The whole world witnessed the massive fire that destroyed Paris' Notre DameCathedral on Monday, but some people claim they saw something even moreamazing: an image of Jesus
A family in Texas experienced devastation when their home was destroyed by a tornado on Saturday. But a wall of crosses miraculously remains.
"These [two firefighters] instantly, at that very moment, in the middle of a crowded parking lot followed her requests and prayed for her on the spot... just stopped and done it immediately," a bystander said.
Naturally, a person who has ever paid a tithe to their church of choice is bound to have some questions as to why a person leading a congregation is wearing thousand-dollar shoes.
The pastor referenced the South Carolina's newspaper's coverage of Relentless pastor John Gray's lavish spending.