In a debate about "Mad Women" and "the Battle of the Sexes," liberal columnist and Christian convert Kirsten Powers said that there is no "War on Women" as the Democratic Party has presented it. While the other liberal panelist disagreed, the conservatives argued that there is an under-reported "war on men."
Gunman Who Attacked FRC Sentenced to 25 Years; Guard Says 'God Took Over' in Shooting, Prays for Attacker
Floyd Corkins II, a gunman who attacked the conservative non-profit Family Research Council (FRC) last year, received a 25 year prison sentence for plotting a mass shooting. Leo Johnson, the guard who stopped him, credited God for saving both of their lives, and said he continues to pray for Corkins.
Since Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi was overthrown on July 3, his radical supporters have ruled the southern Egyptian city of Dalga, carrying out various attacks of vengeance against the city's 20,000 Christians, whom they blame for Morsi's overthrow. The military government took control of the city earlier this week, prosecuting the Islamists, but Christians fear the peace will be short-lived.
UK Christian B&B Forced to Sell Business After Denying Gay Couple Room; Reports Death Threats, Porn on Website
Hazelmary and Peter Bull, Bed & Breakfast owners in Marazion, Cornwall in England, have been forced to sell their business, the Chymorvah Hotel, following a slow summer of business and a legal battle over a gay discrimination case, the Daily Mail reported. The couple also reported death threats, vandalism, and corruption of their website with pornography.
John Elefante, former lead singer of the band "Kansas," teamed up with pro-life group Online for Life to release a music video of his song "This Time," which details the story of his adopted daughter's near abortion.
While on his 2-year Mormon mission in Orlando, Florida, Micah Wilder found Jesus and accepted the Gospel, which led him to leave the Church of Latter-day Saints. Now the drummer for non-profit Christian ministry band Adam's Road, Wilder shares his testimony with the Christian Post.
In what one organization is hailing as a "victory" for religious liberty, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Brian Johnson can distribute Bibles at the Twin Cities Pride Fest in Minneapolis, Minn.
More than 150 viewers submitted complaints to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to express their outrage about Miley Cyrus' raunchy performance at last month's MTV Video Music Awards, and to request the actress and the network receive punishment for it.
In a follow-up to Russian President Vladimir Putin's attack on American exceptionalism in his September 11th op-ed in the New York Times, a new Rasmussen poll finds only 27 percent of U.S. voters agree with the Russian president, while 59 percent say America is indeed "more exceptional than other nations."
Rafiq Habib, a Christian researcher and son of the founder of a Christian social missions group, has reportedly become the acting chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in Egypt, according to World Bulletin. Egyptian experts confirmed to The Christian Post about Rafiq's astounding support for the Muslim Brotherhood, but those who know him personally rejected the report that he is leading the Islamic political organization as true.
In what the Alliance Defending Freedom proclaims as a victory for religious liberty, Lizarda Urena, mother of two students at Concord High School in Concord, N.H., has regained the right to pray for the school's safety before classes. The Freedom From Religion Foundation, which originally raised the issue, may contest this policy yet again.
More than 300 bikers with the Christian Motorcyclists' Association (CMA) are meeting for a rally involving brats and ministry this weekend in Tennessee, and they've been doing so every year somewhere in 50 states.
Christian Reviewers Praise Low-Rated, Underperforming Film, 'The Ultimate Life,' as 'Family Friendly'
Christian reviewers praised "The Ultimate Life," a follow-up to the 2007 "The Ultimate Gift," as inspiring and teaching an important lesson about the value of family, but agreed with the widespread criticism of the film as less well-made than its predecessor.
Young adults in their late teens and twenties face challenges familiar to adults, but new to them: idealistic and ready to change the world, they find themselves stuck in an unfulfilling job, long-term singleness, or a general set of circumstances where they cannot achieve their full potential. The Bible has answers for the existential angst they may feel in their "quarter-life crisis."
Marquette University, a Catholic college located in Milwaukee, Wis., is once again mired in controversy involving FemSex, a female sexuality workshop with classes on masturbation, orgasms and erotica.
A former self-described "satanic drag queen," who has accepted Jesus and found love in the church, will receive an award for courage at the first Ex-Gay Awareness dinner and reception this month.
In churches that emphasize the importance of marriage and a culture constantly highlighting the joys of sex, single Christians struggle with questions of self-worth and unfulfilled desire. However, the Bible has answers to comfort them.
A Sept. 11 march on the United States capital aimed at drawing attention to Americans' alleged discrimination against Muslims has drawn the ire of patriotic followers of Muslim Prophet Muhammad who see it as a slight against America.
Radical Islamism, the ideology behind the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center, also fuels the conflict in Syria, Middle East experts agree. They disagree, however, on the degree of support which the United States should give to the forces opposing President Bashar Al-Assad.
Egyptian Rapper on Becoming a Born-Again Christian, Anti-Gov't Rappers in Egypt, and Plans to Redeem Hip Hop
An Egyptian Christian, inspired by Christian rappers Lecrae and KJ-52, takes his own style of hip hop on tour across the United States. As one of his songs proclaims, he sings about God "in Arabic, in English, from Cali to the Nile."
Is the '1950s Remake of Miley Cyrus' 'We Can't Stop' Better Than the Original? YouTube Viewers Think So
A week after Miley Cyrus' VMA antics captivated headlines and horrified millions – among them Will Smith – a viral video took her infamous song "We Can't Stop" back to the 1950s, and received a more positive response.
The third and final installment in Vin Diesel's "Riddick" trilogy features a Christian who frequently quotes the Bible. While Christian reviewers condemned the harsh violence and language pervasive in the film, they pointed to this character as a glimmer of light in a bad movie.
Focus on the Family is launching a new $5 million documentary film and curriculum project to bolster families across the world and address social ills like homelessness, gang violence and assault.
A majority of people in the United States believe the Bible contains the best advice for a meaningful life, but they also don't want to take it, and are too busy to read the scriptures.
"Porter Ridge," a new Discovery Channel reality sitcom about backwoods men with long beards, sometimes talking about Jesus, may seem at first glance like a spin-off from A&E's hit show "Duck Dynasty," but the producer behind both shows asserts that "Porter Ridge" is completely different than "Duck Dynasty."