The current generation has faced growing numbers of young people leaving the Church before adulthood. Even after being raised Christian, numbers indicate that huge numbers of youth are not staying faithful to their religion once they reach adulthood.
American director, Chris Columbus, famous for directing “Home Alone” and the first two “Harry Potter” films, is now in the works towards another classic. “1492 Pictures” and “CJ Entertainment,” are developing a film about the life of young Jesus Christ.
A protest formed outside of the Historic Chester County Courthouse in West Chester on Dec. 3; held by members of the Freethinking Society. They gathered to express their disapproval of the county government’s decision to prohibit the placement of their Tree of Knowledge next to Christmas symbols that encourage religion.
Hopeful Christians in the United Kingdom have earnestly gathered to turn their nation back to God. Thousands of people from all over the country came together boldly declaring the Gospel in what was deemed: “Not Ashamed Day 2011.” And hundreds assembled for the “2 Chronicles 7:14 Prayer Rally” held in London outside St. Paul’s Cathedral.
A recent survey carried out internally at the BBC suggested that only 22.5 percent of its staff claim to be Christian. The numbers come as a surprise considering that 71 percent of the U.K. professes to be Christian and only 15 percent claim to be non-religious, according to the 2001 census.
Justin Bieber has quite openly declared himself a Christian to the world numerous times. "I'm a Christian, I believe in God, I believe that Jesus died on a cross for my sins,” Bieber said in an interview last year. “I believe that I have a relationship and I'm able to talk to him and really, he's the reason I'm here.”
The unpredictable Lady Gaga came out on Nov. 22 to Barney’s in New York City where Technicolor merchandise of Gaga’s Workshop was being displayed and her video "Marry the Night" would be previewed. She came dressed in a large, white, custom made Chanel gown with cartoonish decorations and embellishments attached.
The American Music Awards is just as much about fashion and celebrity politics than it is about the music. Celebrities and the media gather on the red carpet for hours just to look at what the stars have decided to flaunt for the night.
Just when it seemed as if holiday movies were taking the “Christ” out of Christmas, the latest children’s flick: “Arthur Christmas,” offers a glimpse of hope for the future.
Media mogul, Oprah, most loved for her talk show, will be gracing television once again, very soon.
Selena Gomez has been making large strides with her latest single “Hit the Lights” which hit YouTube in mid-November.
Sigmund Freud is a name that has become imbedded into popular culture. Although he was neither an entertainer nor a celebrity of any sort, he has become part of the English language through various expressions and branches of study in psychology. It is no surprise Hollywood has finally taken advantage to create a movie about Freud and his fellow scientist, Carl Jung.
American filmmaker, Woody Allen, will be starring in an exclusive two-part documentary film beginning tonight. The “Annie Hall” director and actor is notorious for his privacy. However, this three-and-a-half hour film claims to be a right of entry into the life and art of Woody Allen.
Fox News began airing movie reviews from the Christian family organization Movieguide this week. The agreement was made on a seven-week trial ground.
Pop-country singer, Taylor Swift, recently held an interview with “60 Minutes,” where the 21-year-old was asked about her squeaky clean image and composure.