Republican Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence told thousands of Liberty University students that the United States is at a "testing point," urging them not to sit out this election.
"Nowhere in the Bible does it teach that we are to sit on the sidelines of history and this is no time for people of faith to sit on the sidelines," Pence told the crowd of approximately 15,000 students and guests gathered at the Vines Center on campus for Wednesday's convocation.
Noting in his 45-minute speech that he joined Donald Trump's campaign "in a heartbeat" when he was asked, Pence said the choice before Americans in the upcoming presidential election couldn't be more stark. more >>
American cosmetics brand CoverGirl has chosen its first-ever male model as its official ambassador, in the face of 17-year-old YouTube star and New York-based makeup artist James Charles.
Yahoo Beauty reports that Charles, who hails from Bethlehem, N.Y., is a high school senior with over 428,000 Instagram followers, and is active on several social media platforms, such as YouTube, where he posts instructional videos on beauty styles and products.
"I am so thankful and excited and cannot wait to show you all what we have in store," Charles wrote on Instagram, announcing that he will appear in ads for CoverGirl's new product So Lashy! by blastPRO Mascara. more >>
James Dobson is not mincing words in response to questions from journalists suggesting he is duplicitous for supporting Donald Trump for president, given his previous denunciations of President Bill Clinton's sexual shenanigans.
In light of tapes that surfaced on October 7 where Donald Trump made profane comments about groping women, the host of Family Talk, who also founded Focus on the Family, did not hold back in a statement released Tuesday.
"First, I do not condone nor defend Donald Trump's terrible comments made 11 years ago," Dobson said. more >>
A new poll finds that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's support among evangelical Christians is plummeting.
On Friday, a recording of comments Trump made in 2005 that disparaged women was released to the public, causing severe backlash from Republicans and other supporters.
The Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll was conducted Sunday night, after the presidential debate, and released Monday. It suggests that Trump's support among evangelical voters has also taken a blow due to the controversy. more >>
A prominent African-American evangelical leader is saying this week that even if tapes emerge where Donald Trump is uttering racial slurs, as is rumored, the candidates' platforms matter more than the candidates' personalities.
In the aftermath of tapes surfacing on October 7 of Donald Trump's comments about groping women, the Sun (UK) and others are reporting that crew members from Trump's TV show "The Apprentice" say that other audio recordings of Trump exist that are "much worse."
Yet even as some leading evangelicals withdraw their support for Trump — perhaps most notably theologian Wayne Grudem who had previously argued that the Republican nominee amounted to a "morally good choice" — others are opting to vote based on the policies not the candidates themselves. more >>
Several notable evangelical women leaders, some of whom have themselves experienced sexual assault, are expressing their disgust at the response of Christian leaders to Donald Trump's 2005 lascivious comments about groping women that surfaced October 7.
On Twitter, popular teacher and evangelist Beth Moore said Friday in a string of Tweets that she was one such victim.
"I'm one of many sexually abused, misused, stared down, heckled, talked naughty to. Like we liked it. We didn't. We're tired of it," Moore said. more >>