Actor Michael Madsen, known for his roles in "Thelma and Louise," "Reservoir Dogs" and opposite Uma Thurman in the "Kill Bill" movies, was arrested this past Friday evening for an alleged fight with this son.
Friday on the Christian Broadcasting Network's "The 700 Club," host Pat Robertson answered a unique, tough, and possibly controversial question from a viewer with biblical advice. The woman wrote into the show with concerns over whether or not she should be a bridesmaid in her sister's wedding, as her sister is a lesbian marrying her long-time partner.
Celebrity Chef Mario Batali can be seen on the Food Network, PBS, ABC, and most recently, in court. Earlier this week the famed chef settled the lawsuit his waiters and staff brought forth for a total of $5.25 million.
Jesus.net Japan was originally launched to provide aid, comfort, and support to those stricken with grief and confusion from last year's devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan. On the anniversary of the disasters, Jesus.net Japan has launched a series of smaller websites that serve to connect people to local churches and resources within their communities.
Radical Islamic group Boko Haram attacked two churches, a police station holding prisoners, and a government building in the town of Konduga in a rampage of violence that killed at least two people and sent residents running for their lives Tuesday night.
The Westboro Baptist Church has announced that it plans to protest the funerals of victims of the tornado that rampaged through the Midwest earlier this week. "They died for the sins of Illinois, and WBC will picket their funerals!," the Topeka, Kans., group declared on its blog.
Eugene H. Peterson, scholar, pastor and author of The Message, a translation of the Bible in modern English, asserts in a Q Ideas discussion with organization founder Gabe Lyons that Christians should not treat Scripture as a reference book to be dissected, but as the "living word of God" that bears relevance to the world today.
The Rev. Bob Larson, appearing on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show Wednesday, hinted at the possibility of a reality program focused on his team of teenage exorcists, while Cooper expressed doubts about the authenticity of Larson's work.
Author, scholar and pastor Eugene H. Peterson, best known for The Message Bible translation, asserts that Christians must make the Sabbath a meaningful part of their lives, as it provides an opportunity for change.
With the U.K. government scheduling a public consultation on same-sex marriage in early March, the Coalition for Marriage has launched a petition against redefining the term marriage. The petition, launched Feb. 20, has over 54,000 signatures, and counting.
BBC director-general Mark Thompson, speaking in an interview for an Oxford University research program on free speech, has admitted that Christianity is treated with less sensitivity on air than other religions.
The Roman Catholic Church has made a formal request for Israeli President Shimon Peres to get involved and help put a stop to the vandalism of Christian places of worship that has been taking place in Israel over the past several weeks.
Christian publishing company Zondervan is releasing a biography on breakout NBA sensation Jeremy Lin titled "Linspired," which takes a look the player's faith before and after his success and popularity.
Kevin Durant has hit his career high scoring total in Saturday's overtime win against the Denver Nuggets. Durant scored an impressive 51 points – making him the league's highest scorer so far this season— and he and the OK City Thunder took the game, 124-118.
The World Evangelical Alliance is stressing the importance of daily interaction with the Bible during this season of Lent, with WEA Ambassador Brian Stiller encouraging believers to turn to God's word as "nutrition that feeds the inner life."
Former UVA Lacrosse player George Huguely has been convicted of murder in the second degree Thursday, with the jury recommending he serve 26 years in jail.
Fidel Castro, who years ago abandoned Christianity for atheism, is scheduled to meet with Pope Benedict XVI later this month in Cuba, and Cuban media are reporting that during the visit, Castro will ask to be readmitted to the Roman Catholic Church.
In his eulogy at Whitney Houston's funeral, Bishop T.D. Jakes spoke of the lessons one could learn from Whitney Houston, and on Monday, The Potter's House pastor explained further, listing the spiritual lessons to be had from the life and untimely passing of singing sensation Whitney Houston.
A recent poll discovered that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is a top pick for the GOP vice presidential candidate – regardless of who ends up winning the presidential nomination. But could his Mormon roots disturb his momentum and keep him off the ballot?
The Vatican has made an official request to gain access to a 1500-year-old Bible worth $28 million currently held by the Turkish government in Ankara, Turkey. There is speculation that the Bible may be a copy of the Gospel of Barnabas – a telling of Jesus' ministry Muslims believe is part of the original Gospels.
President Barack Obama has named 35 people to posts in his reelection campaign, including actress Eva Longoria, who will serve as a co-chair in Obama's fight to remain in the White House.
For the past four seasons Cedric Benson has been a Cincinnati Bengal, but with three weeks left before he becomes a free agent, there is no indication that he will stay with the team.
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian man who attempted to blow up a U.S. commercial airplane on Christmas Day 2009 with a bomb concealed in his underwear, has been sentenced to life in prison.
Larry King will end his professional relationship of over 25 years with CNN. He last appeared on CNN as the host of one of his quarterly specials just a few months ago.
For nearly 20 years couples have been getting married on top of New York's landmark Empire State Building on Valentine's Day. And while that tradition continued this Valentine's Day, there was one key difference; 2012 was the first time that same-sex couples were able to marry atop the 102-floor skyscraper.