I have 300 Facebook friends – but does anybody really care about me?
It’s been five years since audiences last saw Pentecostal preacher Becky Fischer, who became infamous for her charismatic role in the 2006 documentary “Jesus Camp.” Finally ready to explain what really happened behind the scenes of the controversial film, Fischer has resurfaced to the public sphere once again with her latest book, Jesus Camp: My Story.
Smithsonian Books will release Thomas Jefferson’s cut-and-paste Bible in a never-before-seen color edition this upcoming November. Using a razor, Jefferson literally cut and arranged selected verses from the books of Matthew, Luke, and John and created a single narrative, devoid of any divinity, miracles, prophecy, resurrection, and other elements he found unnecessary and misinterpreted by the Four Evangelists.
Casey Anthony’s ex-fiancé, Jesse Grund, is being added to the list of people looking to “cash in” from the high-profile case that captured the attention of many.
Were the cracks in the Washington Monument really a sign from God? If it was, one professor believes that just as much as it was a warning to unbelievers, it was equally, if not more, a message to believers and the church today.
Beauty over brains is the message that retailer J.C. Penny is retracting after a slew of angry mothers began protesting a questionable online tee marketed to young girls.
As Americans everywhere prepare for the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, two survivors live to testify not to the brutality but the grace extended to them on that frightful day.
David Silverman, the president of the American Atheists, is agreeing with religious leaders who oppose Mayor Bloomberg’s decision to ban clergy from the upcoming 10th anniversary ceremony of the 9/11 attacks.
Former gang members trying to help save the lives of their peers are being restricted from doing so, at least in the state of Illinois.
For die-hard “Dancing with the Stars” fans, the wait is finally over. ABC announced on Monday night the new crop of celebs who will take part in the 13th season of “Dancing with the Stars” starting this September.
It appears as if “Ghostbusters” is finally making some headway for its return to the big screen, with reports that production for the third installment may be begin as soon as Spring 2012.
Ron Artest, Nancy Grace, and Rob Kardashian may be set to join the 13th season of ABC’s hit show “Dancing With the Stars” this September.
A daycare operating inside a church in Waukee, Iowa, is stirring debate in the local community for requiring employees to reapply and follow new Christian lifestyle guidelines as it closes and reopens next month.
Two men are finally speaking out about their homosexual experiences with Bishop Eddie Long, even though it could mean losing millions in settlement money.
The “Good Person” test, a widely distributed evangelistic tract used by Ray Comfort’s Living Waters Ministry, has recently come under criticism by atheists who find the message inaccurate and deceptive.
Due to death threats and safety issues, Casey Anthony’s location will not be revealed as she serves a mandatory one-year probation in Florida for check-fraud charges.
Who ever said golf wasn’t spiritual? Using the much-beloved ball game as a metaphor for life, family, work, and faith, the new film “Seven Days in Utopia,” based on David L. Cook’s novel Golf’s Sacred Journey, gives audiences a whole new look at golf, on and off the course.
Prolific writer and political journalist Christopher Hitchens will release a new book this September titled Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens.
The Alliance Defense Fund has lost another round of court battles in an ongoing struggle to bring religious texts into the public school curriculum in Idaho.
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have recently confirmed that another baby is on its way, welcoming their third child into their ever-growing family. The couple, both 39, told The Associated Press that they were “thrilled” to have their next baby
The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook over central and northern Illinois and parts of northwest Indiana Tuesday morning that may last over a few days, producing strong to severe thunderstorms and possibly isolated tornadoes.
Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais has outdone himself again, gracing the covers of New Humanist magazine with a controversial photo many are deeming “blasphemous.”
Sure to cause another bout of protest, the much-watched tot mom Casey Anthony is back in Florida to possibly serve probation for check fraud, which she pled guilty to previously in January 2010 before her murder case.
Just days before the big wedding, Kim Kardashian and her sisters attended a launch party for their new Sears clothing collection, or “Kollection” as they like to call it, at the Colony nightclub in Hollywood.
Adam Darski, a death metal singer from the band Behemoth, was declared innocent for the second time after he was accused of offending religious feeling in Poland.