A bakery in Colorado will not be punished for refusing to bake a cake requested by a Christian activist that included quotes from the Bible denouncing homosexuality.
Azucar Bakery in Denver was found not guilty of discrimination by the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies when it refused to make a cake requested by Christian activist Bill Jack.
Love and marriage go together perfectly. But, it doesn't always work out perfectly when it begins. We struggle, and sometimes even get so comfortable with one another that we forget the love part.
It is important that we never forget the reason why we married our significant other in the first place. We got married because that special someone is our true love. We must respect one another and never cause arguments over the little things.
The Bible has many verses about love and marriage and it can help lead us in the right direction. It touches on love, marriage, husbands, and wives. The word of God gives advice that will lead us to a relationship with less stress and more love for your spouse and those around you. more >>
Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher celebrated Easter over the weekend with a verse from Scripture.
The couple, who just recently welcomed their first child, both shared a verse taken from John 11:25-26 on social media on Easter Sunday. Fisher, who initially shared a photo with a cross as well as Scripture, added "Happy Easter" in the caption.
"Jesus said to her, I am the resurrection and the life," Fisher's quote from the Bible read. "He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me… will never die." more >>
The University of Tennesse's "sex week" will go on as scheduled this week, despite efforts to challenge funding for the event.
Organized by the group Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee, sex week starts on Monday and runs through Saturday, April 11.
In years past, the event has included the distribution of "condom flowers" and the wearing of penis costumes. more >>
NEW YORK — Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, creators of "A.D. The Bible Continues," have not shied away from pointing out that their new series includes an "accomplished cast hailing from more than 10 different nations." But that is because the couple has also acknowledged that they "could have done a better job in hiring a diverse cast" for their 2013 ratings blockbuster, "The Bible."
Although "The Bible" series "made strides ... we needed to see more of the diversity of the church," Barbara Williams-Skinner said during a diversity chat on Twitter last week. "For too long religious programming has neither reflected the look of biblical times (nor) the diversity of the church today."
"We made this point to Mark and Roma after ("The Bible"), and quite frankly they listened. I'm glad for that," she added. more >>
A 56-year-old jobless alcoholic man, who claims to have at least 40 children with 20 women, costing the U.K. taxpayers $6.7 million in child care and claims, says he wants to have many more children because the Bible says God wants humans to "go forth and multiply."
"I'll never stop [having children]. Never stop. In the Bible, God says go forth and multiply. I'm doing what God wants," Daily Mail quotes Mike Holpin, from Ebbw Vale in Monmouthshire, as saying.
Holpin was the subject of a documentary on Britain's Channel 5. more >>