Family Radio and Harold Camping have solicited millions from donors over the years and spent over $100 million on advertising for the May 21 Judgment Day. Can the charity be sued? Charity Navigator weighs in.
See the first public photos of Harold Camping breaking his silence on the May 21 Doomsday and predicting that the Rapture Date is actually Oct. 21, 2011.
An unapologetic Harold Camping made a new prediction Monday: the rapture is actually on Oct. 21, not May 21 as he originally proclaimed. Camping offered no sincere apology when he spoke publicly Monday for the first time since his failed May 21 Judgment Day prediction.
Doomsday preacher Harold Camping was a no-show at his Family Radio office in Oakland, Calif., Monday morning despite comments Sunday that he would come to work and give a public statement on his wrong rapture date prediction.
Speaking on the final day of his three-day evangelistic event in Jersey Shore Sunday, Will Graham delivered a message on the end times in response to Harold Camping's failed prediction that the rapture would occur on May 21.
Will Graham preached about God's purpose in life to thousands of youth Saturday at the Great Auditorium, reaching a new generation with the same Christ-filled message his grandfather Billy Graham is known for.
Will Graham, the grandson of Billy Graham and oldest son of Franklin Graham, responded Saturday to Harold Camping's failed doomsday date. "Harold couldn't be more right. The end of the world is coming," Graham said. "We just don't know the time of it."
The words "high-tech" and "ancient artifacts" don't usually go together but at the new "Passages" Bible exhibit, which debuts Monday at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, high-tech robots are combined with ancient Bible manuscripts to help bring the story of translation and preservation of the Bible to life.
Thousands belonging to the immediate and spiritual family of David Wilkerson celebrated his life, legacy, love for Christ at a memorial service Saturday at Times Square Church in New York City.
The YouVersion Bible app celebrated another milestone this month as it surpasses 20 million downloads and its developer's expectations.
Thousands in Manhattan and up to a million via webcast are expected to participate in a memorial service today honoring the Rev. David Wilkerson, the founding pastor of Times Square Church and founder of addiction recovery program Teen Challenge.
Dr. Richard Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary, spoke for the first time this week on the death of Osama bin Laden, saying he believes bin Laden is in hell for being one of the "unrepentant wicked."
A new report by a leading critic of the TNIV finds that 75 percent of gender-related problems in the now-defunct version are retained in the updated NIV Bible. The Committee on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood this week published a full critical evaluation of the new NIV Bible
A federal appeals court heard oral arguments Tuesday in two cases challenging President Barack Obama's health care law. It was the first time the law's constitutionality has been heard on the appellate level.
A Christian weatherman in Bakersfield, Calif., says he was recently fired from his job days after he objected to an ABC-affiliate airing a story on successful local strip clubs. KERO-TV's chief meteorologist told The Christian Post he was standing up for his Christian values
In the wake of the death of the TNIV, a premier evangelical seminary has adopted a brand new Bible translation, called the Common English Bible, to take its place. Fuller Theological Seminary approved the CEB for official school use
Hundreds of messages offering prayers and honoring the legacy of David Wilkerson flooded Twitter and Facebook as Christians learned of the passing of a "true hero" who founded Times Square Church and World Challenge.
The head of the National Association of Evangelicals Chaplain Commission, the largest representative body of chaplains in the U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans Administration, says humanist chaplains are contradictory and unnecessary.
Taking cultural conversations among Christians beyond the walls of the church, the Q Gathering that kicks off today in Portland will feature an unconventional line-up of speakers that includes evangelists, the city's gay mayor and the Imam who was at the center of the controversial Ground Zero mosque.
The practice of New York City libraries allowing patrons to watch internet porn on library computers is actually illegal, according to a faith-based group that fights obscenity in the media.
Washington D.C.'s "theater church" thought it had acquired one of the last sizable piece of property on Capitol Hill last year. But the church's pastor recently announced that the church had signed a contract to purchase The People's Church, which occupies a former theater on Barracks Row.
Apple has pulled the so-called "gay cure" app from its App Store after gay rights activists complained in a massive petition about the message promoted by the Christian group behind the app.
Controversial evangelical pastor Brian McLaren has come to the defense of Rob Bell, taking on R. Albert Mohler, Jr.'s critical review of Bell's new book, Love Wins, in a recent blog post
Through Walden Media, a children's production company, co-founder and president Michael Flaherty has already brought three stories from the beloved Chronicles of Narnia series to life on the big screen.
Walden Media has confirmed to The Christian Post that the Narnia 4 movie will be "The Magician's Nephew," not "The Silver Chair "as originally speculated by many fans.