A former kindergarten teacher in Maine who pleaded guilty to taking photos of his students will spend the next 16 years in federal prison, the U.S. District Court in Bangor decided Wednesday.
One of the alleged victims in the sex scandal surrounding Bishop Eddie Long, the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church pastor of Atlanta, Ga., spoke to a local news channel about his attempted suicide.
The attention that Harold Camping, a California-based Bible teacher, and his predictions of the end of the world have received proves that mankind is curious to know in advance God's plans for the end times.
A recently discovered Jesus painting by Leonardo da Vinci is being revealed to the public eye for the first time starting Nov. 9 in a London exhibition and via a television series.
An asteroid the size of an aircraft carrier will pass Earth as close as 201,700 miles Tuesday in an exciting astronomical occurrence. The next known approach of an asteroid this size will be in 2028.
A Tennessee-based evangelical Christian pastor of 40 years has found himself under scrutiny recently after his controversial book educating parents to raise their children with the usage of corporal punishment methods has been linked by some media to cases of brutal child abuse.
The largest German publisher, Weltbild (Worldview) Publishing Group, which is owned by the Roman Catholic Church of Germany, was discovered to be offering pornographic novels as well as books dealing with the occult and magic, and a group of Catholics alleges this has been going on for over a decade.
A grenade attack on a Pentecostal church in the town of Garissa in eastern Kenya killed two people Saturday, officials have announced.
A number of houses and roads were reported damaged after three earthquakes rocked central Oklahoma Saturday morning. No major injuries or deaths were declared.
One in three college students and young professionals consider the Internet to be as important as air, water, food, or shelter, according to a new study conducted by Cisco, a global electronics giant.
Waterfront Rescue Mission, a Christian charity with headquarters in Pensacola, Fla., and two other locations in the state as well as in and Alabama, is preparing for a major Thanksgiving dinner in what will be a continuation of a holiday tradition practiced by the institution since 1949.
A recent incident at a Florida DMV has highlighted a paradox in state law pertaining to same-sex marriages after a lesbian couple, who tied the knot in Connecticut, was refused new driver's licenses with name changes because Florida does not acknowledge same-sex marriages or civil unions.
The freak October snow storm that hit the Northeast United States over the past weekend killed at least 22 people, officials said Thursday.
Some members of the Garden Grove, Calif., Crystal Cathedral congregation are outraged after receiving an email asking them to deliver meals for the sick wife of the cathedral’s wealthy founder, the Rev. Robert H. Schuller.
The Guardian, an influential British daily, has published a piece Thursday which claims the "Occupy London" movement – especially protesters camping in front of the St. Paul's Cathedral – falls pretty close to what Jesus was doing when he chased the money changers out from the Jerusalem temple.
A 6-year-old boy from Arlington Heights, Ill., a Chicago suburb, was reportedly killed when a heavy television set fell on top of him in the basement of his family home Sunday.
A Navy veteran in Oregon was reportedly handed an eviction notice from his apartment complex for displaying an American flag on his house on Navy Day.
The Texas judge who was caught on video beating his disabled daughter with a belt in 2004 has confirmed that it is indeed him on the clip that started gaining attention Wednesday, and, according to media accounts, he has not shown immediate regret.
Family Radio has commented on the allegations about its founder and president Harold Camping retiring since The Christian Post reported on Oct. 24 that the 90-year-old doomsday prophet had told a young church member he was "retired."
Baptist Minister Heeds 'Call' to Join 'Occupy Wall Street,' Cites Church's Responsibility for the Poor
A Baptist minister holding a sign reading "Occupy Till I Come" was spotted by The Christian Post at Zuccotti Park Tuesday "occupying" the park with other protesters, to help ensure that the "little people" were not getting "stepped on by the big people any more."
"Family Guy," Fox network's satirical animated comedy show, is known for pushing things to the edge. But its Sunday episode depicting domestic violence, "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q," has evoked genuine outrage from viewers.
One of the ten members of Bishop Eddie Long's New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga., who suffered from the pyramid scheme allegedly backed by the charismatic senior pastor told a local news station that she blames Long’s suspected partner, businessman Ephren Taylor, for the scam.
A transgender woman was expelled from California Baptist University (CBU) after revealing on a television show that she is biologically a man.
A Polish airlines flight from Newark, N.J., crash-landed at a Warsaw airport Tuesday, according to TVN24, a Polish news station. None of the 230 people on board were injured in what witnesses have described as the pilot’s "fantastic job."
More than 1.6 million people in five northeastern states were still without power Tuesday morning after an unusually severe snowstorm barreled across the East Coast over the weekend. At least 21 people died as a result of the snowstorm, according to media reports.