Josh Duggar, the oldest of the Duggar children from the TLC reality series "19 Kids and Counting," announced on Monday that he is on his way to Washington, D.C., to join the FRC Action group of Family Research Council as its executive director.4 comments
An upcoming atheist hotline, meant for people struggling with their faith but have nowhere to turn, is a "wrong number whose service should be disconnected," said a Christian philosopher, pointing out that its backers lack philosophical rigor and find themselves at an intellectual impasse.9 comments
Reports in Western media about the victory of a moderate cleric in Iran's presidential election have raised expectations for change in the Islamic republic, but local Christians doubt the next president, Hassan Rouhani, will be able to alleviate Christian persecution.
A court in Egypt sentenced a Muslim cleric, who is known for his hate speeches against Coptic Christians, to 11 years in jail for tearing up and burning a Bible during a protest against an anti-Islam film outside the U.S. embassy last year.5 comments
With the much-anticipating "Man of Steel" film hitting theaters this past weekend, Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Church in Southern California used the opportunity to share how men can be a different kind of a "superman," who is called dad.
Democrat Bill Clinton and Republican Chris Christie Friday shared a stage on the final day of the Clinton Global Initiative meeting in Chicago, where the former president praised the New Jersey governor for his "bipartisan" response to Superstorm Sandy.1 comments
After the results of Iran's presidential election showed a landslide victory for Hassan Rouhani, a cleric and moderate politician, the White House said Saturday it respects the vote, congratulating the "courage" of Iranian voters in "making their voices heard." Washington also urged Tehran to "heed the will of the Iranian people."
"The Bachelor" star Sean Lowe and his fiancée Catherine Giudici have once again said they will wait for sex until marriage because they are Christian and "proud of that fact."10 comments
Miley Cyrus' mother, Tish Cyrus, retweeted Bible verses after filing for divorce from Billy Ray, and Noah Cyrus, the younger sister of the former Disney star, urged prayers from her supporters.5 comments
The Colorado wildfire, which is being described as the most destructive in the state's history and likely caused by humans, was 30 percent contained late Friday due to rain shower but after it killed two people and burned down at least 419 homes near Colorado Springs.
Divorce might be common in America, but if you are Christian and willing to deal with threats our marriages face, you can divorce-proof your marriage, Pastor Greg Laurie shared with his congregation at Harvest Church in Riverside, Calif., this past weekend.
Franklin Graham said he is still waiting for President Obama to respond to his letter about Internal Revenue Service agents' possible targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups, including the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse that he leads.
A cross-dressing musical, "Kinky Boots," won an unprecedented six Tony Awards, and "Matilda the Musical," which, too, has a leading man dressed as a woman, bagged four gongs at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday night.3 comments
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former C.I.A. computer technician, has come forward as the source who leaked information about top-secret National Security Agency surveillance programs, saying he wanted to inform the public "as to that which is done in their name and that which is done against them."29 comments
Two longtime gay partners from Michigan, the first to marry in the state and one of whom had returned his service medals in protest of "Don't Ask Don't Tell" about two decades ago, will be guests of President Obama on Thursday at a reception that honors LGBT Pride Month.22 comments