While promoting the release of his latest DVD for the film "God's Club," actor Stephen Baldwin talked about the steady decline of morality in America and says sticking to God's moral code is the only way that can help.
"When they created the law that is a separation of church and state it was never intended that that become a separation from God," Baldwin said in the film "God's Club."
"God's Club" addresses current difficulties Christians are faced with in America, such as prayer in school and the right to have Christian clubs on school campuses. Baldwin plays a teacher who stands up for a Christian club in school with students who want to attend. more >>
Utah is now the 19th state to include the national motto "In God We Trust" on standard-option license plates.
The state's Republican Gov. Gary Herbert signed into law House Bill 127, which removes an additional fee that came with acquiring a license plate with the national motto and will take effect at the beginning of next year.
In a statement made Monday at the signing of HB 127, Herbert said his decision to sign the bill had an added significance because of modern concerns over religious freedom. more >>
For the first time ever, the majority of Norwegians do not believe in God, a new study has found.
The study, conducted annually by the Norwegian Monitor/Ipsos Norway, found that among 4,000 participants, 39 percent said they do not believe in God, while 37 percent said they do. Twenty-three percent said they were undecided, according to The Local.
In past years, the survey has found that believers outweighed nonbelievers, or the two groups were equal. more >>
"God's Not Dead 2," the sequel to the $100 million grossing 2014 faith-based film "God's Not Dead," hits theaters Easter weekend, with actor David A.R. White responding to a popular atheist's questioning of the film's validity.
"It's an interesting thing, because, if it wasn't real, why do they get so offended by it?" White asked TheBlaze on Wednesday. "I don't think it would annoy people if it wasn't true."
White, who is also the founder of Pure Flix Entertainment, which produced "God's Not Dead 2," continued, "At the end of 'God's Not Dead 1' and even part two, we throw up about 50 different court cases that are dealing with similar issues right now." more >>
As part of a protest against the Bible, an atheist group is soliciting money to pay for a billboard next to the entrance to the Ark Encounter theme park in Williamstown, Kentucky, that reads "Genocide & Incest Park ... celebrating 2,000 years of myths."
The Tri-State Freethinkers atheist group based in Union, Kentucky, created an Indiegogo fundraising page this week to pay for anti-BIble billboards near the entrance of the Ark Encounter, a life-size Noah's Ark exhibit spearheaded by Creationist Ken Ham, president and CEO of Answers in Genesis, that's slated to open July 7.
In its promotional video soliciting donations, Jim Helton, president of the Tri-State Freethinkers, which represents Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, is seen thowing a Bible while proclaiming that the book of Genesis is "immoral and highly inappropriate for children." more >>
David A.R. White, the actor and producer behind the upcoming "God's Not Dead 2" film, has responded to accusations that the movie is full of so-called fake Christian persecution, by asking atheists why they are "so offended" by it if they feel it's not real.
"It's an interesting thing, because, if it wasn't real, why do they get so offended by it? I don't think it would annoy people if it wasn't true," White told TheBlaze earlier this week.
"At the end of 'God's Not Dead 1′ and even part two, we throw up about 50 different court cases that are dealing with similar issues right now," he added. more >>