As Oct. 22 dawned on the world, another rapture date prophesied by California-based Christian radio broadcaster Harold Camping turned out to be a dud, which did not surprise much of the public already familiar with the Bible teacher's false prophecies.
The two-year-old Chinese girl, Wang Yue, who was run over by a car and ignored by 18 passersby without anyone saving her, even as the second car drove over her legs, has passed away in a hospital Friday.
In a Thursday statement, Family Radio International — the station owned by Harold Camping, the man who prophesied that the end of the world will take place today, Oct. 21 — has affirmed the crew still believes that the rapture will take place Friday, and that only 200 million humans will be saved by the Lord.
Muammar Gaddafi, the former Libyan leader captured and killed by the coalition forces and rebels Thursday, will be buried according to Muslim rites within the next 24 hours, a Libyan transitional government force commander said in a statement Friday.
Two small earthquakes shook the San Francisco area Thursday in a freak coincidence with a doomsday date prediction made by Family Radio broadcaster Harold Camping.
The season for partisan movies has begun, according to experts, even though an entire year is still left until the 2012 presidential elections.
Eddie Long, the legally embattled bishop of Atlanta-based New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, has been sued by 10 members of his 25,000-strong congregation for allegedly coercing them into investing in a million-dollar Ponzi scheme, it emerged Wednesday.
Harold Camping Oct. 21 Rapture: Christians Should Chastise Family Radio's 'False Prophet,' Says Pastor
The senior pastor of Dallas First Baptist Church, Robert Jeffress, has confirmed his opinion from May – church authorities need to continue to criticize Harold Camping, the end-of-the-world prophet from California.
According to California-based Family Radio founder Harold Camping, the world has been under judgment not only since May 21, 2011, but since 1988.
Evangelical broadcaster and founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN), Pat Robertson said on his "The 700 Club" show earlier this week that President Barack Obama is inciting the protesters of the "Occupy Wall Street" (OWS) movement to rebel.
The developer behind an Islamic community center, popularly known as the "ground zero mosque," a controversial downtown Manhattan establishment that evoked a storm of protests last year when it was originally scheduled to open, said Tuesday that the property might be utilized for commercial purposes, like condominiums, hotel or offices.
An overwhelming majority of American Christians are concerned about world poverty and readily take action, a study commissioned by Compassion International found.
An Iowa minister, a married father of three, has been caught in a police-arranged sting while allegedly attempting to purchase prostitution services Friday, it emerged this week.
Harold Camping, the 90-year-old California radio host who wrongly predicted the world would end in September of 1994 and on May 21, 2011, applied complicated mathematics that he said he believed was encoded within the Bible. However, that math seems to have only applied to the May 21 prediction, as Camping has offered no complex equations for the Oct. 21 rapture prediction.
After shocking video of 2-year-old Chinese girl Wang Yue being run over by two cars and ignored by over a dozen passers-by rocked public opinion in China and worldwide, an arduous debate about morality and conscience has begun in the Chinese press and on the Web.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's top evangelical adviser suggested Monday that Texas Gov. Rick Perry supported the anti-Mormonism message sent out by his supporter, Baptist minister Robert Jeffress.
God does not feature in any of Martin Luther King's quotes carved on the prominent Baptist minister, social activist and civil rights hero's memorial that was dedicated Sunday in Washington D.C.
One in six mobile phones in Britain is contaminated with fecal matter, according to a new study by scientists from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Queen Mary, University of London, released Friday.
A new book describes the deep faith of the 33 Chilean miners trapped for 70 days in a San Jose mine, 2,300 feet underground – a faith that helped them, their families and friends, survive the intense ordeal.
President Barack Obama suggested that Fox News Chief White House Correspondent Ed Henry is "the spokesperson for Mitt Romney" Thursday during a press conference the president held together with the visiting President of South Korea, Lee Myung-Bak.
After tensions emerged between Wall Street protesters and New York City authorities this week over sanitary conditions in Zuccotti Park, protesters conducted a major clean-up, and the company owning the park canceled their temporary eviction, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday.
A U.K. medical body that examines ethical issues in biology and medicine has published a report recommending that the British government pay for the funerals of those who have donated organs.
The protesters occupying a downtown Manhattan park, who were asked by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to temporarily move Friday so that authorities could clean the space, suspect the City's desire to clean is a trick. "Occupy Wall Street" protesters insist they will clean up the park themselves and have no intention of leaving.
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The tent city of protesters camping out in Lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park in New York will be temporarily removed for cleaning, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday.