Boy Scouts' Proposed Policy on Gay Members, but Not Leaders 'Incoherent,' Says Christian Conservative
The Boy Scouts' proposed resolution that would allow for gay members but not gay leaders is "incoherent," says Family Research Council President Tony Perkins.136 comments
$2 Million for Boston Victims: Crowdfunding Sites Raise $590K for Newlyweds Who Lost Legs in Bombing
Newlywed Jessica Kensky Downes and Patrick Downes, who each lost a leg due to a bomb explosion at the Boston Marathon on Monday, have experienced first-hand the evil humans are capable of, but they have also witnessed the goodness in mankind. Less than a week after the Boston Marathon bombing, people across the United States – many complete strangers to the Downes – have donated nearly $600,000 to help the couple with their medical bills.
Five snowboarders killed after triggering a 600-yard-wide avalanche Saturday in Loveland Pass, Colo., have been identified by authorities.1 comments
Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev may have intentionally fired his gun in his mouth in an attempted suicide Friday evening as police closed in, which would explain his reported throat injury and why he is unable to currently speak.12 comments
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, is reportedly in serious condition as he remains hospitalized in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston – the same hospital where his 26-year-old brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev died Friday from wounds. As the younger Tsarnaev faces possible federal terrorism charges as soon as today, intelligence experts are raising question if the Tsarnaev brothers are the "future face" of terrorism in the U.S.4 comments
The fifth and final episode of "The Bible" miniseries on The History Channel started with the High Priest Caiaphas contemplating how to kill Jesus without stoning him, which is the punishment for the charge of blasphemy. Caiaphas is afraid that if he stones Jesus, then there will be an uprising among Jesus' followers.6 comments
Jesus enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey, greeted by the crowd. Prophet Zachariah had prophesized that the messiah would enter Jerusalem on a donkey.44 comments
As Jesus' popularity grows and he draws larger crowds, so grows the fear of the Pharisees. Someone reports back to them that Jesus attracted some 5,000 people.2 comments
'The Bible' Episode 4: Antagonist Pharisees, Healing of the Leper, and Feeding of 5,000 (Pt. 1) (PHOTOS)
"The Bible" episode four aired Sunday evening on The History Channel and showed Jesus becoming more popular among the people.
Thousands of people gathered in St. Peter's Square Tuesday morning to witness the inauguration of Pope Francis as the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, who again used his platform to advocate for the poor.
"The Bible" episode 3, shown on Sunday evening on The History Channel, spends much of its first half on the history of the Jewish captivity under Nebuchadnezzar II, king of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, who destroys the Frist Temple and takes the Jews captive to Babylon.18 comments
Pope Francis I, Formerly Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio: My Brothers Have Chosen Someone From Far Away
The newly elected Pope Francis I, or Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, 76, told the thousands of people gathered in St. Peter's Square that "it seems like my brothers have chosen someone from far away, so here I am."92 comments
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, 76, chose the papal name Francis. He is the first non-European Roman Catholic Pope and the 266th pope of the Catholic Church.33 comments
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is the new pope to succeed Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.14 comments
A new pope to succeed Pope Benedict XVI has been chosen by Roman Catholic cardinals as white smoke was seen puffing out of the Sistine Chapel chimney on Wednesday.6 comments