A Kansas-based hate group known for staging protests near military funerals and "God hates fags" picket signs, will not be going to the Middle East to protest the Islamic State terrorist group after all.
Westboro Baptist Church, a hate group unaffiliated with any Baptist denomination, appeared to accept an Australian comedian's call for them to protest ISIS.
Adam Hills, host of the program "The Last Leg," made the challenge to Westboro Baptist last week in response to their threat to protest Robin Williams' funeral. more >>
When comparing the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and al Qaeda, experts on international terrorism say that one should be careful in saying that one group is more violent than the other.
John G. Horgan, professor at University of Massachusetts Lowell and director of the Center for Terrorism & Security Studies, told The Christian Post on Thursday that he doubted the claim that ISIS was necessarily more violent.
"We seem to have short memories when it comes to Al Qaeda. I'd caution against thinking of Al Qaeda as somehow 'softer' face of violent Islamism," said Horgan. more >>
ANAHEIM, Calif. – An over-capacity crowd of 47,000 at Angel Stadium joined performers Chris Tomlin, Crystal Lewis, and for King and Country in what often seemed like the biggest Christian music sing-along ever during the closing night of the 3-day SoCal Harvest with Greg Laurie.
"People are so hungry. That's what I've loved about this crusade, is that people are so hungry to worship God, and not just checking it out but they are really engaged," worship singer and songwriter Chris Tomlin told The Christian Post shortly before taking the massive stage that was set up on the infield.
As performances from some of the top-rated Christian song artists began, Laurie made an announcement through social media, "Fire Marshall just closed doors. We are FULL!" and gave the website address, TV and radio stations where those unable to attend in person could watch and listen. more >>
A major pro-wrestling organization in the United States will be moving its flagship program to Wednesday evenings, after years of being on Thursday nights.
After years of being in the same weekly time slot, Total Nonstop Action announced last Thursday that its program, "Impact Wrestling," was going to air on Wednesdays beginning this week.
A popular professional wrestling organization might lose its presence on television due to a failure to reach an agreement for a renewal of a contract with the channel that airs its programming.
Total Nonstop Action, a pro-wrestling organization whose main program, "Impact" draws an average of 1.4 million viewers weekly, remains in contract negotiations with Spike TV.
TNA's contract with Spike is scheduled to expire in October unless the two parties can reach an agreement that will keep the pro-wrestling organization on its Thursday evening slot. more >>
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Celebrating 25 consecutive years of evangelistic outreach by way of Southern California Harvest Crusades, the 2014 SoCal Harvest opens Friday night with Greg Laurie interviewing former mobster Michael Franzese.
The planned interview with Franzese is part of the three-night event through Sunday that includes performances by well-known worship music artists and Laurie's "trademark, straight-forward message of hope." Laurie's message on Friday is titled "The God Who Loves and Forgives."
Franzese, who has been described in the past by media as the "Prince of the Mafia," will share how he put his faith in Christ while serving time in federal prison, and how Laurie's radio program, "A New Beginning," helped him to build that faith. more >>