Harold Camping has shown a sign of repentance for his failed doomsday prophecies. As The Christian Post reported Sunday, Camping has issued an audio address made available via the Family Radio website, in which he apologized for saying that people who did not believe his May 21 doomsday would not be saved.
Ziona Chana is the patriarch of probably the world's largest family, having 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren. A recent short documentary by CNN shows how everyday life works in this village-size family in Mizoram, India.
Apple has been experiencing significant technical difficulties in manufacturing the high-tech displays of its new, much anticipated iPad 3, according to CNET.
Steve Jobs loved beauty and was an idealist interested in human emotions, according to a eulogy written by his sister, Mona Simpson, and published in The New York Times Sunday.
Possibly hundreds of schools will remain closed Monday in the Northeast while nearly three million households remain without electricity, after a heavy weekend snowstorm. Transit lines have also been damaged, making traveling difficult and nearly impossible for some.
Officials report that 103 people have been treated at hospitals and some 134 homes destroyed as a result of Friday's earthquake that shook southwestern Peru
First Lady Michelle Obama expressed hope during a Tuesday fundraiser in Chicago that U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sonya Sotomayor and Elena Kagan will protect the right to of Americans to "love whomever we choose." The first lady also praised the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), the policy that barred gays from serving opening in the military.
A major earthquake measuring 6.9 magnitude on the Richter scale hit the southwestern part of Peru along the coast Friday at 6:54 p.m. local time, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
An anti-Christian billboard set up by an atheist group called Backyard Skeptics this week in Costa Mesa, Calif., falsely attributes a quotation to Thomas Jefferson, that gives the impression the founding father thought Christianity was founded on "mythology."
A leaked RadioShack ad suggests that the store will offer some super attractive deals, including the Xbox 360 4GB system for $199 and Playstation 3 console for $299, as part of its Black Friday 2011 sale.
British pop singer Adele returned to the top spot of the Billboard 200 album chart Wednesday with "21," preventing Christian rock band Casting Crowns from cherishing its first top place on that chart with their new album, "Come to the Well."
The 40-acre Garden Grove, Calif. property of the indebted Crystal Cathedral Ministries will be sold to Chapman University for $50 million, it emerged Wednesday.
Scottish bishop Philip Tartaglia met with U.K. Health Secretary and Deputy First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, in Edinburgh Wednesday to discuss the Roman Catholic Church's concerns regarding government proposals to legalize same-sex marriage.
Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani: US Group Calls for Support in Pressing Iran to Free Christian Pastor
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), a Christian advocacy group, has continued to solicit support from people of all faiths to pressure the Iranian government to release pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who was arrested two years ago and accused of apostasy and is facing a potential death sentence.
After more than 100 protesters were arrested due to the Tuesday battle with police in Oakland, Calif., where authorities used tear gas against the "Occupy Oakland" movement, protesters plan to return tonight, but have called on each other to protest peacefully and to avoid provoking the police.
Hurricane Rina, which is expected to hit Mexico by Thursday, passed the coast of Honduras Wednesday and is headed towards Yucatan peninsula, according to The Weather Cannel's Hurricane Central.
After the end of the world did not happen on Friday, Oct. 21, as famously predicted by Christian broadcaster Harold Camping, his Family Radio network has been struggling to determine what to do next, while Camping has been exercising influence from home, despite his retirement.
Harold Camping was even more skeptical about his own doomsday prediction for Oct. 21 than he seemed during the only radio broadcast on the subject, a church member told The Christian Post.
A campaign ad uploaded onto the YouTube channel of GOP presidential contender Herman Cain on Oct.19 has evoked a storm of mocking comments because of its bizarre nature and because it features a staffer ostentatiously smoking a cigarette while on camera.
On the Monday episode of his show, "The 700 Club," Pat Robertson, the influential televangelist and media personality of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), suggested that the Republican party is pushing their presidential hopefuls to positions that are too extreme, and might cause the GOP to lose the presidential election.
Harold Camping, who predicted Oct. 21 to be the day Christians would be caught up to heaven and that God would judge the world, said on Oct. 16 that he is no longer able to lead Family Radio Stations, Inc. or his ministry, and his wife has confirmed that the 90-year-old radio evangelist has retired, The Christian Post was told in an exclusive interview with a documentarian close to Camping.
A video from a surveillance camera might possibly show the abductor of 11-month-old Missouri girl Lisa Irwin, who disappeared on Oct. 4, CNN reports. Authorities investigating Irwin's case refuse to comment on the tape obtained by the news network.
Hackers associated with a known hacktivist group, Anonymous, have launched an attack on a website hosting sites featuring child pornography, it emerged recently.
A powerful earthquake hit eastern Turkey Sunday morning, causing at least 60 deaths, according to reports. The magnitude of the earthquake has been reported to be between 7.2 and 7.5 on the Richter scale.
Although Family Radio founder Harold Camping has not made a statement about his failed prophecy of an Oct. 21 doomsday, much to the disappointment of the media and the public, the station did comment on the non-event Saturday, encouraging listeners not to lose hope and to keep supporting the radio network through donations.