We evangelicals need to get beyond what we believe and pay attention to how we believe.
Rev. Albert Mohler says faithful Christians can’t recognize or celebrate what they don’t think is marriage.
If the fall hadn’t happened, would there be gay love, sex, and marriage?
The LGBT community still has work to do after our right to marry is recognized by the Supreme Court.
Next week, the Supreme Court will hear one of the most historic oral arguments in its 226-year history.
Religion is not just a placeholder for other interests — it is a powerful motivator.
Progressives may have the momentum, but conservatives still have a majority.
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Why traditional Christians believe as they do regarding gender, sexuality, marriage, and the family.
Will the least religious generation in decades also have the country’s most stable marriages?
The Synod’s statement is not perfect, and it leaves out the most important thing. But it represents great promise for gay Catholics.
A document from the Synod of Bishops provokes debate from the right and left flanks of the Catholic Church.
The court’s decision leaves unchanged 20 state laws blocking same-sex unions. But each is facing challenges.
In an unexpected move, the Supreme Court leaves intact lower court rulings, legalizing same sex marriage in 11 additional states.
A new Pew Research Center survey shows more Americans worrying about the decline of religious influence in policy and politics.
The three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond ruled 2-1 that gay men and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry.
A decade after Massachusetts became the first state to issue marriage licenses for same-sex couples, the gay marriage movement has all the momentum.
The celebrated novelist speaks to today’s religious controversies — and worries that no one who speaks for Calvinism has read John Calvin.