Michelle A. Vu
Brad Pitt and his partner Angelina Jolie for years have withstood external pressure to get married. But now that the pressure is coming from their own kids, the Hollywood A-listers are seriously reconsidering their promise to not tie the knot until gay marriage is legalized.
Westboro Baptist Church members did not show up on Sunday afternoon in Joplin as expected. But thousands of Joplin supporters did show up and lined the streets armed with signs that declare, “God Loves Joplin,” just in case.
The Joplin memorial service Sunday served as a battle cry for residents who are determined to rebuild their city and believe that God loves Joplin.
President Obama told Joplin, Mo. residents Sunday at a memorial service for tornado victims that after the news cameras leave and the media turn their attention to other topics, the country will still be with Joplin in its effort to rebuild.
John Piper, a Reformed theologian, admitted that many people in his camp have criticized Rick Warren about his theology as expressed in his bestsellerThe Purpose Driven Life. The influential pastor, however, said he doesn't get what all the fuss is about and thinks Warren is theologically sound after reading the book.
Tim Pawlenty, the little-known former Minnesota governor who likes to refer to himself as T-Paw, may not be scoring big numbers in national polls, but behind the scenes he has won over some of the most coveted GOP donors and fundraisers.
A recent brain image study found a curious link between the shrinking of the part of the brain responsible for memory and being a born-again Christian.
Will American Idol finalist Lauren Alaina win over America’s heart with her piercing song “Like My Mother Does”? Alaina’s ode left her mom in tears – with her head buried in her husband’s shoulder – and garnered the night’s only standing ovation from judge Randy Jackson.
Family Radio’s international projects manager Matt Tuter told The Christian Post on Monday that he wants to get Harold Camping to respond on TV and radio about his failed Judgment Day prediction later that day.
Mitch Daniels, governor of Indiana and a former top aide to President George W. Bush, is the latest big name in the Republican Party to suddenly announce that he won’t run for president in 2012.
Mr. Harold Camping, it's now 6:01 p.m. on the East Coast of the United States and there's no sign of the predicted time zone-sensitive rapture. Now what?
Harold Camping needs to publicly apologize for being wrong about his doomsday prediction and leading people astray, said a Southern Baptist leader. The California radio broadcaster’s wrong prediction about the rapture and the end of the world reflected poorly on Christians
Francis Chan, the bestselling author of Crazy Love, will address the topics of hell and eternity in a new book to be released this summer.
While Harold Camping caused atheists to mock his May 21 rapture calculation as “nonsense,” he also provoked others to think more deeply about the symbolic numbers in the Bible and what they could mean.
The end of the world for "true Christians" is less than 48 hours away – that is according to Harold Camping and his followers. And for non-believers, Camping says the world will be completely destroyed on Oct. 21. But the vast majority of Christians believe that Camping is misleading people with false prophecy.