A British Muslim lawmaker has defended posting a picture of Jesus and Mohammed on his Twitter account after becoming the subject of death threats and a petition by conservative Muslims to have him removed from his Parliamentary seat.
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An Alabama Chick-fil-A owner responded to Tuesday's snowstorm by reopening his store and handing out sandwiches to stranded drivers.
An Oscar nomination for a relatively unknown Christian film was rescinded on Wednesday on accusations that its composer used his leadership position in the Academy to improperly influence members to select the film.
A petition to ask Amazon to stop selling a Christian parenting book has closed in on nearly 100,000 signatures.
Those watching Sunday's Super Bowl game to cheer on the Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks will also receive the opportunity to preview a new teaser trailer for upcoming movie "Noah."
The Local Church is Primarily Responsible for Segregation Within Congregations, Says Multi-Ethnic Network Leader
Mark DeYmaz and Oneya Fennell Okuwobi attempt to tear down system of segregation within local churches in new multi-ethnic small group curriculum.
Country Star Darius Rucker Wins Grammy, Sticks Up for 'Duck Dynasty' Family: 'They're Good People, Press Made That Controversy'
Country music star Darius Rucker has voiced his continued support for the Robertson family after winning a Grammy on Sunday.
Head of Al-Qaeda Calls for Muslims to Stop Persecuting Christians, Dismantle Egyptian Government Instead
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri has ordered Egyptian Muslims to stop persecuting their fellow Middle Eastern Christians and instead focus their energy on confronting the military-backed government.
Gay Couple Featured on Disney Channel's 'Good Luck Charlie'; Lesbian Moms on Kid's TV Show Sparks Controversy
The Disney Channel has featured a lesbian couple on kid's TV program "Good Luck Charlie," sparking controversy at what is the first same-sex couple to be featured on the family-focused network. Some have criticized the network for the move, saying it was inappropriate to bring such a political and divisive subject onto a children's TV program.
After endorsing an underdog candidate in the Louisiana House of Representatives special election last November, "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson will be attending Tuesday's State of the Union Address as the freshman congressman's guest.
Ala. Church Hosts 'Evening of Praise' to Move Forward After Pastor Accused of Stabbing Wife to Death Was Arrested in Airport as a 'Fugitive From Justice'
An Alabama church hosted an "evening of praise" on Sunday as part of its efforts to move forward after its former pastor was arrested on charges that he had murdered his wife earlier this month.
The day after winning two Grammys for "Best Contemporary Christian Music Song" and "Best Contemporary Christian Music Album," Christian music artist Mandisa explained why she decided to skip out on the awards ceremony.
NH Pastor Sleeps Outside in -9 Weather to Raise Awareness for the Plight of Homeless Who Are Suffering in Community
A New Hampshire pastor spent each night last week in a tent in front of his church in an attempt to encourage his congregation to be more compassionate toward the area's homeless.
Islamic Gunmen Storm Church Sunday Service, Kill 22 Christians as Scores Murdered By Terrorists Across Nigeria
Twenty-two Nigerian Christians were killed in an attack after gunmen entered a church service armed with weapons and explosives on Sunday.
Woman Gang Raped on Orders From Makeshift Court in India After Being Caught With Married Man; Village Defends Rapists
The Indian village where a woman was ordered to be gang-raped on the orders of a kangaroo court earlier this week has defended the men who participated in sexually violating her.
Two Men File Lawsuit Against Mormon Church Alleging Sexual Abuse as Teens by Church Leader on Pineapple Farm in Hawaii
Two men filed a civil lawsuit on Wednesday suing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for sexual abuse that the plaintiffs claim occurred on a pineapple farm in Maui, Hawaii, from 1986 through 1988.
Fmr. Ky. Pastor Pleads Guilty in Record-Breaking Drug Bust; Used Church Building as Distribution Site
A Kentucky church pastor and two other men have plead guilty in what authorities have suggested is one of the "biggest drug busts" in state history.
Calif. Conman-Turned-Pastor Pleads Guilty to Embezzling $3 Million in Church Donations; Faces Five Years in Prison
Barry Minkow, who formerly pastored San Diego Community Bible Church in California, was convicted Wednesday of stealing $3 million from the congregation. He admitted to opening "unauthorized church bank accounts, [forging] signatures on checks and [using] member donations for personal benefit," for more than a decade.
Russell Moore, the President of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, discussed how Evangelical Christians can be better advocates for their persecuted Middle Eastern counterparts in an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Friday.
A Harvard University course on Paul's New Testament letters has received widespread national and international attention and drawn the interest of 22,000 students from 180 countries.
Ala. Pastor Responds to Critics Who Say He Was Wrong for Posting Video on YouTube of Teacher's Apology for Sex Abuse of Student
Alabama Pastor Mark Wyatt defends his church's decision to film teacher Alicia Gray's court statement after she was found guilty of sex abuse charges for contact with a student younger than 19. In the video, the pastor shares how the church extended God's grace and forgiveness to Gray as she turned her life over to Jesus Christ.
Obama's Former Pastor Jeremiah Wright Calls Tea Party a '2.0 Upgrade of the Lynch Mobs' at MLK Day Event
Speaking to roughly 400 people at a Martin Luther King Day event on Monday, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright lashed out against the Supreme Court, incarceration and the Tea Party.
A North Carolina pastor has denied that his church endorsed a candidate after it ran an advertisement for a church deacon's Congressional race fundraiser.
Alexei Laushkin, vice president of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN), is among the hundreds of thousands participating in the March for Life at the nation's capital on Wednesday. But his belief that abortion should be outlawed is not the only impetus for his attendance, as he's also concerned about mercury and chemical toxins preborn babies are exposed to in the womb.