After hearing complaints from a Christian evangelical group, retail giant Lowe's has decided to pull its advertising from a reality show about American Muslims living in Michigan, causing many to call for a boycott against the retailer, and others to express their support for what they fear is a growing Islamic influence in America that will result in Shariah law.
A woman whose fiance buried her alive because he was “bored” told her story to a British court Thursday, and described how she escaped from the grave using her engagement ring.Tags Court Cases
A trial in the U.K. involving an unprovoked attack on a white woman by four Somalian Muslims ended with the attackers getting no jail time and 150 hours of community service. Many Britons who consider the sentence far too light for the severity of the crime, blame reverse-racism and have been expressing their outrage online.
The largest women's health services provider in Britain is offering women a gift over the Christmas season that has angered some pro-life groups in the country: free morning-after pills.
When tens of thousands of people make the pilgrimage to Bethlehem this Christmas, they will likely see more than just the Church of the Nativity, as Palestinian statehood groups plan on using the influx of visitors to win support for their cause.
A helicopter carrying four passengers on a luxury sunset tour collided into a mountainside Wednesday night, killing all five people on board, including the pilot. Due to the remoteness of the crash, recovery of the bodies and investigation into what caused the crash will be complicated, investigators said.
Faith Groups at Odds Over Marijuana Dispensaries Trading 'Pot for Food' in Effort to Feed the Hungry
In an effort to feed the hungry while also cleaning up the sometimes negative image of people who use marijuana, a medical marijuana dispensary in California is trading pot for food and donating all proceeds to local food banks. However, faith-based groups are taking different positions on the initiative.
Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and host of "The 700 Club," said Wednesday that God will not stand for an initiative announced by President Barack Obama that will use U.S. tax dollars to help change policies deemed discriminatory against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in countries where their sexual orientation puts them at risk. Not only will God not stand for it, Robertson said, but “when the blow comes, it’s going to be horrible.”
In Salt Lake City on Thursday, Dec. 8, a 19-year-old man who was born in Mexico but grew up in the United States might be deported. His story is not new; the U.S. government deported over 400,000 people this year alone – a record that is expected to be broken next year. However, Deyvid Morales is unique in the sense that, unlike many undocumented immigrants who are deported, he has had the opportunity to speak out about his ordeal.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have each made controversial statements regarding the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community worldwide by urging other nations to abandon policies gay activists claim are discriminatory.
With a trial that will change his life only days away, a former Bible college student will soon find out if an immigration judge will let him stay in the U.S. or order him to leave the country he calls home. Until then, he is expressing his deep faith and confidence that God will “stand up” for him.
An 80-year-old priest, who has a reputation of living his entire life to serve the poor in his south Chicago neighborhood, was viciously beaten and robbed inside his own church early Tuesday morning. Police are still looking for the two men who did it.
The new "Muppets" movie is a plot to brainwash kids and turn them against capitalism, according to pundits on a Fox News program on Monday.
A group of evangelical Christians concerned that the doctrine of the Trinity in Christian dogma has been inaccurately portrayed has released a statement that members hope will avoid the dangers associated with so-called unOrthodox teachings on subordination in the Godhead.
A tiny church in the Bronx borough of New York City that has been engulfed in a 17-year legal battle against the City's Board of Education over holding Sunday services at a public school auditorium, is near the end of its fight as the Supreme Court has decided it will not hear their case.