With the debate in Washington D.C. this Thursday on the hot-button issue of tax-funded abortions in President Barack Obama's proposed health care bill approaching, pro-life Christian activist organization Operation Rescue has discovered that millions of taxpayer money are being used to allegedly fund late-term abortions.
The Washington-based group Americans United for Separation of Church and State is asking the IRS to investigate whether or not Dallas Pastor Robert Jeffress violated federal law by posting a video clip about his endorsement of presidential contender Rick Perry on his church's website, Dallasnews.com is reporting.
Apple's release of the iOS 5 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch today undoubtedly has many eager to upgrade their gadgets, with the latest software from the iOS line touting over 200 new features. Here is a list summarizing few of the best new and improved features that will have customers anxious to upgrade, according to Apple.com.
The city of Portland, Ore., and members of the clergy are pulling resources together and collaborating in an effort to put an end to human sex trafficking.
"Voices From the Womb" will launch its national campaign by allowing members of Congress to witness, in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., live ultrasounds performed on pregnant women, according to the campaign's website.
Former Mormon Tricia Erickson agrees with Baptist minister Robert Jeffress' recent comments that Mormonism is a cult, and said she believes the American people do not know what they are in for if they elect Republican presidential nominee and Mormon Mitt Romney into White House.
Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) offered some interesting advice to a viewer named Mohammad, who wrote in with a qualm in the Sept. 7 airing of Robertson's show, "The 700 Club," about fellow Christians reacting negatively to his name.
Halloween may be a fun day of trick-or-treating, dressing up and watching scary movies for some, but Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat Robertson is not having any of it, and implied that Christians should avoid the holiday all together. Other believers, however, say the holiday can be used as an occasion for outreach and evangelism.
Dr. Robert Jeffress, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, said in an interview with Fox News' Bill Hemmer that he believes that no one "goes to heaven in a group."
Apopka, Fla. pastor Zachery Tim's ex-wife is not involved in a lawsuit filed by Tim's mother to keep the late pastor's cause of death a secret, according to a Facebook status posted by Riva Tims.
Amanda Knox's family has invited Italian boyfriend Raffele Sollecito to visit their home in Seattle, Washington, according to Sollecito's lawyer, Luca Maori.
Scott Anderson, an official with the Wisconsin Council of Churches, is set to be the first openly homosexual man to be ordained a pastor in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) on Saturday.
Attorney and head of Dr. Conrad Murray's defense team Ed Chernoff on Thursday accused crime scene investigator Elissa Fleak of conducting a shoddy investigation of Michael Jackson’s bedroom.
The iPhone 4S is now available for pre-order at Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, and many are undoubtedly wondering where to get the best deals. The highly anticipated touchscreen smartphone is a newer model of the iPhone 4 and contains a variety of hardware and software updates, including an introduction of new functions.
It has been suggested by relatives that Amanda Knox may donate some of the proceeds from future book or television deals to the Kercher family.
President of the Southern Baptist Theology Seminary Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. said in a tribute to recently deceased Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs that Christians can learn a thing or two from his life.
As the world mourns the loss of Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs, many are reflecting on the technological innovations he leaves in his legacy.
Christians are taking to Twitter to thank recently deceased Apple co-founder Steve Jobs for helping to "bring the Gospel to our generation."
Television personality and former prosecutor Nancy Grace called the Amanda Knox verdict "a huge miscarriage of justice" in an interview with Access Hollywood after Monday's "Dancing with the Stars."