A Florida church was the possible victim of a hate crime this week after vandals set fire to the building and spray painted swastikas and the Islamic phrase "Allahu Akbar" along its walls.
New Shiloh Christian Church of Melbourne, a rapidly growing church founded in 1997, was vandalized sometime early Monday morning.
"Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson will be honored with the "Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment Award" at this year's CPAC conference, after being a staunch defender of his right to be who he is and say what's on his heart.
"Even when the entire mainstream media demanded he disavow his beliefs and attempted to have him fired from his own hit show for expressing these beliefs, he stood firm in his faith," Citizens United President David Bossie told The Hollywood Reporter.
Robertson found himself in hot water after giving an interview to GQ magazine in which he commented that homosexuality, like infidelity and stealing, is a sin. more >>
A growing chorus of social scientists are raising concerns about the anti-conservative and anti-Christian hostilities within their ranks.
Social psychology suffers from liberal confirmation bias and groupthink that leads to diminished and false research findings, argues a new report by six academic psychologists, José L. Duarte, Arizona State University; Jarret T. Crawford, The College of New Jersey; Charlotta Stern, Stockholm University; Jonathan Haidt, New York University—Stern School of Business; Lee Jussim, Rutgers University; and Philip E. Tetlock, University of Pennsylvania.
The report, "Political Diversity Will Improve Social Psychological Science," will be published in an upcoming issue of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. An early copy has been posted online here. more >>
While many have waited for "19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar to announce her first pregnancy, the newlywed and her husband, Ben Seewald, made an announcement of a different sort: they plan to adopt, possibly before having biological children.
"We hope to adopt a lot of kids," Jessa told People magazine. "If God blesses us with biological kids of our own, it's not going to quench our desire to adopt. Even before we married, we wanted to adopt."
The couple married in November and have been busy exploring adoption options; their wedding will be featured on the current season of "19 Kids & Counting," while the rest of the show will focus on her sister, Jill's, pregnancy. The two sisters are close and have remained so even after getting married; photos show the two couples enjoying themselves and playing games. more >>
David and Jason Benham, the twin brothers who were fired from an HGTV reality show because of their vocal opposition to gay marriage, have said that Satan is behind the attacks against traditional marriage.
Speaking to the socially conservative group American Family Association last week, the Benham brothers talked about the attacks Satan is inflicting on American institutions.
Fortune Magazine has said that the recently released "Fifty Shades of Grey" film is "more popular than Jesus" after it broke the February box office record that was previously held by Mel Gibson's "Passion of the Christ."
"Looks like 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is more popular than Jesus," Fortune declared in an article on Tuesday.
According to Box Office Mojo, "Fifty Shades of Grey" earned $85.1 million on its Valentine's Day and President's Day weekend debut, which narrowly beats the $83.8 million earned by 2004's "Passion of the Christ" 11 years ago. more >>