An artist whose depiction of President Barack Obama wearing a crown of thorns and standing in a crucifixion pose was kept from public display four years ago is finally sharing his painting with the public – although anger remains over the work that some have deemed blasphemous.
A 64-year-old Belgian man identified only as Jan has been fighting for the courts to grant him an annulment and permission to evict his wife of 19 years from their home after discovering that she was actually born a man.
Standing in contrast to the commercialism and consumerism that grips retailers and Americans during the holiday season, the national #GivingTuesday initiative hopes to inspire alongside Black Friday and Cyber Monday a season of selflessness and generosity.
Despite word earlier this week that Hamas and Palestinian leaders were negotiating with Israel to put an end to the latest deadly conflict, both sides have continued trading fire. Meanwhile, Christian organizations and concerned individuals have been calling for prayer in hopes of seeing peace restored to the Middle East region.
After meeting with the Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S. this week, the Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans is calling on the international community to pressure governments and those in authority to have Boko Haram declared a Foreign Terrorist Organization – as the militants have been blamed for hundreds of civilian deaths since they started waging Jihad in 2009.
Black Friday 2012 deals have emerged this week, and it's not only major retailers like Target and Best Buy giving thrifty consumers a taste of what to expect the day after Thanksgiving. Many Christian retailers are also offering holiday deals.Tags Christmas
Former Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong attracted negative reactions Monday after the cyclist posted a photo of himself surrounded by his yellow jerseys on Twitter – an image questioned by fans and ridiculed as an Internet meme.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney addressed supporters briefly after midnight Wednesday, thanking them for their votes in light of his loss to President Barack Obama, and shared that he had called the president to congratulate him and wish he and his family well.
Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, appearing on the ballot in nearly every state, has admitted that his securing the presidency over Barack Obama or Mitt Romney is a long shot, but that he was still hoping to snag at least 5 percent of the popular vote to affect change in the two-party system.
The results of a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll had revealed that most Americans would prefer to see actor Denzel Washington portray Jesus Christ if a new film on the Gospels was to be made. Now that the poll has been opened to the general public, however, Americans have had a change of heart.
Despite the ongoing efforts to recover from the devastation Hurricane Sandy left in its wake throughout many areas of New York City, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced that the annual NYC Marathon will go on as planned — but some find the idea ridiculous.
Former New York Knick Jeremy Lin and former Oklahoma City Thunder James Harden impressed fans Wednesday night in the Houston Rockets' season opener game against the Detroit Pistons, with one observer concluding that "basketball's duo with the most to prove" makes the Texas team one to watch this year.
Mars Hill Church preaching pastor Mark Driscoll has announced the launch of his new title, Who Do You Think You Are?, calling the book about helping believers finding an identity in Jesus Christ "the best thing I've ever written."
The Rev. Robert H. Schuller is headed to a California bankruptcy court Thursday to address a $5 million claim that the ministry he founded nearly 50 years ago has reneged on its agreement to financially support he and his wife, and has been violating his intellectual property rights.
An image circulating on the Internet Monday of the Statue of Liberty in New York City overshadowed by ominous clouds brought on by Hurricane Sandy is just one of many Photoshopped images being used by the public to comment on the severe weather.