ESPN President John Skipper has partially blamed his sports network for generating a Tim Tebow backlash against the outspoken Christian former NFL player.
Reacting to Gay Kiss During NFL Draft Should Not Get You Fined and Suspended, Says ESPN's Stephen A. Smith (VIDEO)
ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith blasted the Miami Dolphins' decision to suspend safety Don Jones after he tweeted "omg" and "horrible" after watching footage of Michael Sam celebrate becoming the first openly gay NFL player by kissing his boyfriend live on TV. Smith has said people should not be punished just for reacting negatively to a homosexual couple kissing, and insisted that those with views that do not condone homosexual behavior should also be respected.
Christian Filmmaker on Pleasing Faith Audience: It's No Secret That Christians Are Some of Most Judgmental People on Planet
The founding partner of Christian film studio Pure Flix Entertainment and Hollywood actor himself, David A.R. White, has said that despite his credentials, making movies for the church audience is challenging.
Miami Dolphins Fine, Suspend Player for Tweeting 'OMG' and 'Horrible' After Michael Sam Kisses Boyfriend on TV
The Miami Dolphins have fined and suspended a player for his negative Tweets about Saint Louis Rams' draft pick Michael Sam, shortly after the first openly gay NFL player was drafted on Saturday.
Lord of the Rings Actor, Sean Astin: Christians Have Made Things Difficult for Themselves in Hollywood
Known best for his role as Sam in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Christian actor and current star of the recently released Moms' Night Out, Sean Astin said part of Christians' frustrations with the film industry may be their own fault.
In a weekend where Seth Rogan and Zac Efron's R-rated comedy "Neighbors" won with $51 million, "Heaven Is for Real" took in enough to bring its total haul to more than six times its initial budget.
Though a majority of Americans finding capital punishment acceptable, Evangelicals and conservative Christians share little consensus on the issue and even some of its defenders are willing to acknowledge that the process may be less than ideal.
Fired NBA Coach, Pastor on Whether Faith Played a Role in Warriors Dismissal: I Never Went Around Beating People in the Head With a Bible
Responding to a suggestion that his Christian convictions may have contributed to his firing as head coach from the Golden State Warriors, Mark Jackson said this week that if that had been one of the owner's concerns, it reflected a double standard.
New York's declining mainline congregations can learn from their Evangelical sister churches, said Joel Gibson, the director of Faith Based Initiatives at the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies.
Why Did This Southern Baptist Pastor Stick Up for Muslims Wanting to Construct the Ground Zero Mosque?
Bart Barper, who pastors First Baptist Church in Farmersville, Texas, spoke about religious freedom and sexuality at last month's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission's annual leadership summit that was held in Nashville, Tennesse.
Trillia Newbell: What Should the Church Address When It Comes to Women and Sex, Pornography and Sexual Assault?
Newbell, who recently authored United: Captured by God's Heart for Diversity, caught up with the Christian Post afterwards and shared why she believes the church should talk more about female pornography addiction and how churches should handle sex abuse allegations.
Lifetime has announced that it will be adopting Anita Diamant's New York Times Old Testament bestseller into a two episode miniseries.
A Sharia court in Indonesia has ordered that a woman, accused of having an affair with a married man who was gang-raped by vigilantes last week, should be be caned.
Former Arkansas Pastor Accused of Hosting 'Bible Study' Where He Offered Youth Alcohol, Drugs, Porn Before Sexually Abusing Them
A former pastor of an Arkansas church has been accused of inviting students to his home under the pretense of a Bible study, where he offered them access to alcohol, porn and drugs before sexually assaulting them.
Grandson of Westboro Baptist Church Founder Fred Phelps Explains Why He Left: 'I Felt Like There Was a General Lack of Empathy From My Parents'
A grandson of the late Westboro Baptist Church pastor Fred Phelps became the fourth member of his immediate family to leave the church earlier this year.
In light of last month's botched execution in Oklahoma, the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference, has called on Evangelicals to consider whether the death penalty fully recognizes the Imago Dei (Image of God) in the perpetrator.
A new study from a pro-choice think-tank reveals that pregnancy rates among American teenagers are at their lowest point in more than 30 years. This decrease came despite the fact that the study showed also showed an uptick in sexual activity with 18 and 19-year-olds.
Hallmark Cards will sell two new designs of greeting cards for Mother's Day this year for families headed by two women.
A fertility doctor and abortionist accused of sexually abusing his female patients in incidents which were noted as early as 2004 has turned in his medical license.
The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has raised enough money over six weeks to bring 100 Ukrainian Jews to Israel.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 went straight to the top of the box office in its opening weekend, while Heaven Is for Real passed Son of God and God's Not Dead returned to the top 10.
A Texas pastor was found dead from a gunshot wound in his garage on Saturday morning in Harris County. The body of Magnus "Mike" Scott Hjalmarson, 53, was found by a neighbor walking his dog and declared dead at the scene by Emergency Medical Services. The victim was believed to have been setting up for a community garage sale at his apartment complex.
US Should Be Increasingly Worried About Persecution in Nigeria, Egypt, Pakistan and Syria, Says Religious Freedom Group
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has recommended that the State Department add eight more nations to a list of "countries of particular concern," which designates them as places where "severe violations of religious freedom are tolerated or perpetrated.
The Academy Award winning couple and co-writers of the soundtrack of the hit movie Frozen have backtracked on earlier statements they made that suggested Disney had a policy of being tolerant of almost anything in its movies except God.
Leaders from the Catholic and Episcopal churches have condemned a law passed earlier this year that allows licensed gun owners in Georgia to arm themselves in schools, restaurants, government buildings and churches.