Former Arkansas Governor and Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee and Muslim leader M. Zuhdi Jasser strongly disagreed with Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) for claiming an FBI ad "promotes stereotypes and ignores other forms of extremism."
Former Wall Street banker Lisa Endlich Heffernan has reignited the heated issue of domesticity and a woman's role in the workforce with her short essay "Why I Regret Being a Stay-at-Home Mom." While her article casts domesticity in a negative light, other mothers who have spent years in and out of the workforce present a very different picture.
Christian Rock Band Hillsong United will finish their summer tour "Welcome Zion" on Tuesday and Wednesday. Thanks to a new app, fans around the world can live-stream their last two performances.
Edward Snowden, the ex-CIA whistleblower responsible for "the biggest intelligence leak in the National Security Agency's (NSA) history, denied allegations that he was a Chinese spy.
Ryan Dobson, co-host of the radio program, Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk, agrees that the Boy Scouts ought not exclude "kids who think they are gay," but condemns the group's recent official decision to open membership to openly gay scouts because it introduces sexuality into a program that promotes abstinence.
Hugh Hewitt, popular Catholic lawyer, academic, author, and radio talk show host, urges Christians to get involved in popular culture – especially the hit TV show "Game of Thrones." But this show is definitely not for children.
As states and curriculum companies rush to fit new Common Core requirements, to take effect Jan. 1, 2014, Tea Party and conservative groups across the nation are rising to oppose the new federal educational standards.
As science and technology continue to improve, is the decline of religion inevitable? By no means, says Mary Eberstadt.
The newest breakthrough in the pro-life movement isn't a bill in Congress or a march on Washington: it's a mobile ultrasound vehicle. Equipped with a team of Christian medical professionals, 22 mobile vehicles already visited 19 cities in the United States.
The popular king of horror stories, Stephen King, told NPR in an interview published Tuesday that he believes in God and intelligent design, and shared about his personal faith experience.
Five years later, Kainat Soomro, an 18-year-old Pakistani woman, is still seeking justice for a violent gang rape committed against her involving four men when she was barely a teen.
Jake Floyd, better known as "Jake Genesis," has retired from the porn industry. After less than a year, the life-long Roman Catholic has returned to his roots, swearing off the "hurt" his acting caused.
Tea Party groups may be experiencing a revival in popularity after news broke out that the Internal Revenue Service allegedly targeted them for audits and delayed their application for 501(c)(3) status.
One of the largest churches in America, Lifechurch.tv, with campuses throughout Oklahoma, including two in Oklahoma City, reached out to local residents to spiritually minister and offer physical relief to them after last Monday's devastating EF5 tornado churned through the center of the state.
The First Gay Episcopal Bishop, Gene Robinson, made a remark edging dangerously close to apostasy on ABC Australia's popular Q&A show. "Jesus had a very kind of alternative lifestyle," Robinson said, hinting at a possible sexual orientation for the Savior of the world.
Megachurch pastors and other popular theologians used the new social medium to express gratitude for those who died in military service.
On Tuesday, officials in the southeast Idaho town of Roberts removed three lighted crosses from the water tower after a complaint from resident Joe Cohea. Atheist or not, Cohea opposes the expression of religious sentiment on government property, igniting debate in the small town of nearly 700.
Three brothers from Oklahoma won the Game Show Network's "American Bible Challenge" that broadcasted Thursday night, and will donate their entire winnings of $140,000 to their family's ministry, Wagner International Ministries.
International martial arts champion and conservative actor Chuck Norris wrote a 1500-word essay pubished this week in wnd.com praising former New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow. Norris compared Tebow to himself and suggested the Jacksonville Jaguars "give Tim the opportunity to excel as a quarterback and usher them to Super Bowl status."
God TV, an international television company promoting Christian programs, has announced plans to set up headquarters for the United Kingdom in a red light district in Plymouth. As SWNS reported, the new office would rest "next door to a LAP DANCING club."
As the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), a 103-year old institution, decides today whether or not to accept openly homosexual members, the Christian Post highlights five Eagle Scouts you never would have guessed.
Texas' "Merry Christmas Bill," which is intended to defend free speech on the issue of "traditional holidays," reached Governor Rick Perry's desk on Wednesday, and he is expected to sign it despite critics saying that the bill violates the separation between church and state.
As scandals rise around the Obama Administration, from Benghazi to the IRS, Republicans and some Democrats are also jumping on a new development: United States Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius requesting private funding to implement the healthcare law.
With the cost of higher education skyrocketing, student loan debt growing, and youth unemployment persistently high, a former United States Secretary of Education asks "Is College Worth It?"
Harvard Professor Harvey Mansfield joined Monday the criticism started by a National Association of Scholars (NAS) report on liberal indoctrination occuring at Bowdoin College, a liberal arts school in Brunswick, Maine, by condemning the lax standards of liberal education.