Russell Moore contributed to the "Sad Chris Christie" meme by poking fun at one of David Platt's goofy expressions caught on camera.
Look at that face! Donald Trump has some great facial expressions. Check these out.
Grape Juice Companies Concerned About Profits After Southern Baptists Announce Switch to Wine for Communion
Grape juice companies are concerned about their profit margin after the nation's largest Protestant denomination, the Southern Baptist Convention, announced it would stop using grape juice and begin using wine for communion on April 1 this year.
Duck Post or Post-Christian Post? Duck Commander in Bidding War With Atheist Bill Maher to Buy The Christian Post
Duck Dynasty's Robertson family and famed comedian and atheist Bill Maher are both vying to become the new owners of The Christian Post. Both sides agree that a decision will be made by the end of today.
Check out this video of Maddie and Zoe singing the hit song "Let It Go" from the recent Disney movie "Frozen." They are so cute, it will melt your heart.
Check out this adorable video of singing animals. After watching it, don't be surprised if you have a sudden urge to sign up for "Obamacare."
Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC's "Hardball," appeared to compare President Barack Obama to Jesus Thursday in a discussion about his interview with the president.
Looking to buy something unusual for a loved one this Christmas? Check these out.
While some of his friends have said it is below them to work at a low-wage job, Ashton Kutcher believes that "the only thing that can be below you is to not have a job."
The government shutdown of 2013 — what will we remember most? Let us hope we do not forget these seven crazy things that happened:
I walked around Washington, D.C., during the government shutdown. This is what I saw.
Louis C.K. once again showed why he is one of the most insightful comedians of his generation in an appearance this week on TBS' "Conan." In a five minute segment that has already gone viral on YouTube, he explains why deep loneliness as an innate part of human nature leads him to deny cellphones for his kids.
On any given day, you can find Christians around the globe reading their Bible's for many reasons, such as for study, comfort, or discernment. As the most popular book on the planet, perhaps it is inevitable, though, that a Bible would be used for something else. Here are three times a Bible has been used for something a little unexpected.
Christians have fallen for some of the strangest rumors. Here are five of the most memorable, in no particular order.
"Majority of Americans approve of sending Congress to Syria," a satirical website called The Onion wrote on Sept. 5. Though it was a joke, someone thought it was such a good idea that they started a White House petition to make it happen.
A new commercial for Guinness beer is the antithesis of the typical beer commercial. Rather than depicting men as self-centered, dumbed down and pumped full of steroids and libido, Guinness produced a beer commercial depicting brotherly love – Biblical manhood, in other words.
"The Fox" music video, by Norwegian band Ylvis, has nearly 2.5 million YouTube views in only three days. It is absurd, goofy and just plain awful. It's also the best thing you'll see today.