A&E's suspension of Phil Robertson from its hit "Duck Dynasty" show has mobilized thousands of frustrated fans, many of them Christians, to take to social media and online petitions to bring the beloved character back to his reality television universe.
A 74-year-old church deacon has been gunned down outside a Chicago, Ill. house in the early morning Dec. 19.
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Catholic University of America is defending its decision to accept a $1 million donation from Charles and David Koch after it was criticized last week by 50 Catholic educators for receiving money from individuals they claimed "directly [contradicted[ Catholic teaching on a range of moral issues."
A choir had 15 of their credit and debit cards stolen Thursday while they performed at a Washington, D.C. Christmas concert to raise money for the homeless.
An Alabama man who plead guilty to rape is asking that his plea agreement be altered because he says that he has a strong relationship with Jesus Christ.
A Florida family was fast asleep when their house was bombarded with more than 30 rounds of bullets last week. The family said they have no idea who might have targeted them, saying that they attend church and sponsor two orphanages in Haiti.
Prince Charles Expresses Fear for Middle Eastern Christians; Calls on Western Christians to Pray for Them
Prince Charles spoke out against the persecution of Middle Eastern Christians earlier this week, calling on the world to no longer "ignore the fact that they are, increasingly, being deliberately targeted by fundamentalist Islamist militants."
Calif. Church Forced to Pay Over $100,000 for Recommending Man for Daycare Position Where He Molested Children
A civil court has found a California church financially liable for over $100,000 after the church recommended an employee for a daycare job where he molested children, after he had been let go by the church three previous times for inappropriate behavior with youth.
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"Talking Taboo" features the stories of 40 Christian women from a variety of ethnic and theological backgrounds discussing issues like gender roles, divorce, female ordination, sexuality, and leadership.
'Duck Dynasty' Family Releases Statement on A&E's Suspension of Phil Robertson, Suggests Show Could Be Canceled If Not Reinstated
The Robertson's have broken their media silence since A&E announced that the family's patriarch would be suspended following comments he made about homosexuality in a GQ interview.
Messiah College Professor Says Christians Should Study History, Stop Overreacting to 'War on Christmas'
Messiah College history professor John Fea asks Christians to examine their country's historical observance of Christmas before jumping to conclusions about how the holiday is celebrated today.
A Gallup poll released earlier this week reveals that for the first time since the question was introduced, trust in clergy has dropped below 50 percent.
For a Los Angeles professional, a personal style challenge turns into a way to help out sex-trafficking victims around the world.
Kermit Gosnell Sentenced to Additional 30 Years in Prison for Running Drug Operation Out of Late-Term Abortion Clinic
Pennsylvania abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who was sentenced to life in prison in May after being found guilty on charges of killing three babies and committing involuntary manslaughter when one patient died at his abortion clinic, will serve an additional 30 years for operating a pill mill out of his late-term abortion facility.
The Advocate, the oldest LGBT magazine in the U.S., has claimed that rooted in its decision to pick the popular Christian figure was the belief that the Pope—better than litigation and gay marriage cases—could change the sentiments of the "remaining holdouts for LGBT acceptance in religion."
Fmr. Vision Forum President Steps Down After Admitting to an Affair; For-Profit 'Biblical Patriarchy' Ministry Appears to Be Shutting Down
Vision Forum Inc., the for-profit arm of the "biblical patriarchy" ministry, may cease operations by the end of the year.
Pastor Accused of Plotting to Murder Wife With Mistress Apologizes for Relationship, Does Not Mention Murder Charge
A Tennessee pastor accused of plotting to murder his wife with his mistress thanked his "wife, children and family" for their "support love and forgiveness" following news that he had been placed on supervised probation after a plea bargain.
Kansas City Royals Pitcher Jeremy Guthrie Plays Catch With Man After Twitter Request for Ball Partner
A Kansas man had the opportunity to play catch with a professional baseball player last week after the Kansas City Royals starting pitcher sought a partner out over Twitter.
A jury convicted Terrance Lamont King, who formerly pastored Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Eastman, Ga., of statutory rape, child molestation and enticing a child.
Fla. Church Donates Over 500 Live Christmas Trees to Families in Need After Setting Guinness World Record
A Florida church has set a new Guinness World Record for the largest display of lit Christmas trees. Pembroke Pines' Oasis Church was certified as the record holder on Dec. 7 by judges who verified that, per the organization's rules, the 546 trees were lit simultaneously for at least 10 minutes.
In yet another setback in their efforts to meet with a detained Christian pastor and church leaders, Chinese human rights lawyers have claimed that a crowd assaulted them on Friday.
Conservative political pundit Glenn Beck revealed new health problems to his radio show listeners earlier this week.
Those eager to learn more about the implications of the first Christmas can catch PBS' replay of a two-part Frontline documentary about the history of Christianity on Dec. 24 and New Year's Eve.