Officials in Key Largo, Florida were apparently living by the old adage of “going the extra mile”(Matthew 5:41). In January, two Gideons were arrested for distributing Bibles on a public sidewalk outside a local elementary school.
Articles By: Tony Perkins
In a bizarre case at Pace University, former student Stanislav Shmulevich has been accused of taking two copies of the Koran from a “meditation room” and throwing them in toilets.
While some American schools are rushing to ban “Christmas” parties and Bible clubs, others are going out of their way to promote prayer in schools.
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has released a report on how a number of “comprehensive” sexual education (CSE) programs being promoted to our youth are heavy on sex and light on education.
A new study on urban families by University of Virginia professor W. Brad Wilcox confirms what many of us already suspected–religious fathers tend to have better relationships with their spouses and children than unbelieving men.
If you, like many Americans, are wondering what all the commotion is about over hate crimes legislation, consider this disturbing case in Crystal
As the deadline looms on renewing a key federal abstinence funding program called Title V, another questionable study is poised for release in the American Journal of Sociology on the “benign” effects of teen sex.
Now a high school in Boulder, Colorado has been caught promoting drug use, sexual promiscuity, and deviance to students as young as 14 in a general assembly.
Academic persecution is claiming another victim at Iowa State University (ISU). Despite being one of the foremost astronomy professors in the
country, Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez has been denied tenure because of his views on intelligent design.
While six states have announced their intent to refuse federal funding for abstinence-only education, a new Zogby poll points to just how out of touch those state leaders are with the people they serve.