A prominent Muslim-American organization challenged Republican frontrunner and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump to a debate in response to his anti-Muslim comments.
The Muslim Public Affairs Council released a statement Saturday challenging Trump to a debate on issues pertaining to faith, community, and his negative comments about Muslims.
"Ever since you announced your run for Presidency of the United States, you have scapegoated the American Muslim community and other minority groups for all your perceived ills of America," stated their letter to Trump. more >>
The pro-life movement has probably never sounded so melodious as a recently released musical gem from contemporary Christian star Matthew West.
Posted to Godtube earlier this month and titled "Untold," West's rhythmic ballad is a theme song coming straight from the mouth of an unborn child.
Sung from the perspective of the unborn, "Untold" tells the message that every life is sacred, especially that which is in the womb. more >>
Anyone who has ever been in love knows that love can be a burning thing and it does, by all accounts, makes a fiery ring.
The a cappella group Home Free recently performed a catchy version of the famous Johnny Cash song at the Grand Ole Opry.
Despite the absence of the mariachi band in the background of the original version, Home Free more than makes up for it with their vocal talent. more >>
A spokesman for the Ted Cruz presidential campaign apologized for posting a story that claimed Republican primary opponent Marco Rubio renounced his Christian faith.
Rick Tyler, communications director for the campaign, wrote on Facebook late Sunday evening that he posted a false story and wanted "to apologize to Senator Marco Rubio for posting an inaccurate story about him here earlier today."
"The story showed a video of the Senator walking past a Ted Cruz staffer seated in the lobby of a hotel reading his Bible. The story misquoted a remark the Senator made to the staffer. I assumed wrongly that the story was correct," wrote Tyler. more >>
Caitlyn Jenner told a group of students this week that she receives more criticism for being politically conservative than for being transgender.
"I have gotten more flak for being a conservative Republican than I have for being trans," Jenner said Thursday before a packed audience at the University of Pennsylvania's Irvine Auditorium along with biographer and journalist Buzz Bissinger.
Born William Bruce Jenner in Mount Kisco, New York, Jenner received a gold medal for winning the Olympic decathlon in 1976. more >>
Faith Driven Consumer, an organization that evaluates corporations, TV and film, says NASCAR is a better representation of Christian values than the National Football League.
Representing a reported 41 million American consumers, FDC's Faith Equality Index ranks how well a brand represents and embraces the values of Christian consumers and employees.
Put on a scale of 0 to 100, in the most recent rankings announced Thursday, FDC gave NASCAR a 50, versus a 24 for the NFL. more >>