The body of 69-year-old Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, who was killed Thursday, is being held in a meat locker while officials decide how to procede with the burial, according to media reports.
A member of Eddie Long's New Birth Missionary Baptist Church has spoken out against the civil lawsuit being brought against the pastor and his Atlanta, Ga., church.
Rob Bell, the founding pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church, has announced the launching of his new tour to start in November called "Fit to Smash Ice," one of many new ventures the best-selling author and popular Christian leader plans to take on after choosing to resign from the Michigan church after 12 years of service.
Relatives of victims of the 1988 Pan Am Flight 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland have been rejoicing at the announcement of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's death early Thursday morning, with one woman saying she hoped the despot was in "hell with Hitler."
CP Readers have something to say about the recently released results of a quiz conducted by Changing the Face of Christianity Inc., which was designed to determine how well Christians live the teachings of Jesus Christ. The quiz results indicate that one in four self-proclaimed Christians admit that they do not live according to Christ's teachings.
Bishop Eddie Long, senior pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Georgia, released a video on YouTube earlier this year pleading with Ephren Taylor Jr., the former chief executive of City Capital Corp. in Chicago, to "do the right thing" and return nearly one million dollars in funds that members of the church invested in his company.
With the many advancements being made in gadgets and technology today, the possibility of hackers accessing and gathering personal information and passwords is always of high concern, and researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have revealed another cause for concern, especially for smartphone users.
Readers have had a lot to say about Albert Mohler Jr.'s latest column, "Are Evangelicals Dangerous?," and it proves the "volatility of the question," according to Mohler.
A new BBC documentary that aired Tuesday night exposed a baby trafficking scandal that was being conducted by the Catholic Church for over 50 years in Spain.
Although Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping has made headlines once again for his failed doomsday prophecy of the world ending on May 21, 2011, he is definitely not the only figure who has falsely prophesied Christ's Second Coming. Here is a list of some of the top failed doomsday prophecies throughout history.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, Wash., is joining the ranks of religious leaders scrutinizing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Mormon faith, saying, "Many mormons are good neighbors, friends, and fellow citizens. But, we cannot go so far as to call them brothers and sisters in a common faith."
For many Christians, Sunday is the day set aside from the rest of the week as a time of worship, prayer and reflection. However, for twelve years, one house of worship in Kansas City has never stopped praying, and has no plans to as long as there are dark spiritual forces at work in the world.
Changing the Face of Christianity Inc, a non-profit corporation dedicated to reversing negative Christian stereotypes, has released the results of a quiz designed to determine how well Christians live the teachings of Jesus Christ. Through the quiz, the organization found that one in four self-proclaimed Christians admit that they do not live according to Christ’s teachings.
Google and Samsung’s new Android 4.0 operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich, which is scheduled to be showcased at a special event Wednesday in Hong Kong, is already causing excitement and anticipation among Android fans everywhere.
The U.S. State Department is reporting that there is not one Christian church or school left in Afghanistan. The absence of Christian churches and schools exists despite the decade-long war the United States has been fighting against the Taliban and the $440 billion taxpayers have shelled out for war.
The Church of England may be one step closer to appointing female bishops after a recent vote taken among the church's 44 local dioceses has found that the majority are in favor of a motion to do so
The lawyer for three of the men involved in the sexual misconduct suit against Bishop Eddie Long has dropped her clients after they violated their confidentiality agreement.
A study conducted by U.S. researchers found that couples who place a higher value on money and materialism are unhappier in their marriages than couples who do not have as much of a desire for wealth and possessions.
A group of Israeli researchers have formulated a computer algorithm designed to put an end to one of the greatest century-old debates among religious scholars: who and how many different people contributed to writing the Bible.
Richard Land, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention, is asking President Barack Obama and Congress to repeal the Pentagon's approval of gay weddings being performed on military bases and by military chaplains, according to the ERLC website.
As the latest Apple iPhone 4S is released to the public today, fans all over the world are paying tribute to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who Wednesday, Oct. 5, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 56.
The South Carolina Episcopal Church may break from the National Episcopal Church because of its acceptance of homosexuality, among other things, according to a statement from the diocese.
New Jersey school officials are currently investigating allegations that high school teacher Viki Knox posted anti-gay comments on her Facebook page, in which she describes homosexuality as "perversion" and complains about exhibits and events going on at the school during its celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history month, according to CBSNewYork.com.
Five members of a sect that was excommunicated from the Ohio Amish community were arraigned Wednesday morning and released on $50,000 bail for charges of kidnapping and aggravated burglary.
A new, fresh flow of religious humor is popping up in works being put forth by popular members of the Christian community, and a Jesuit priest is among those adding their own spin on faith and humor.