Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson recently told a viewer she should consider enrolling her grandson in a Christian school after his father tells him Jesus doesn't exist and to stop believing in God.
On an episode of the longstanding CBN program "The 700 Club," Robertson took a written question from a viewer named "Elizabeth."
"Pat, I am very concerned because this past weekend my 6-year-old grandson said his dad told him God and Jesus were not real and were just made up to scare people about dying," wrote Elizabeth. "I tried to explain the truth to him but he won't believe me. I'm worried for my grandson's soul." more >>
A recently presented paper at the American Psychological Association's annual convention claims that the controversial practice of sexting can be "a positive relationship behavior."
Authored by Ph.D. student Emily C. Stasko and Drexel University Psychology professor Pamela A. Geller, the research abstract argued that sexting has "both positive and negative" effects on relationships.
"Sexting is usually looked at as dangerous, but if it were only bad, it wouldn't be as popular as it is," Stasko asserted during an interview with The Christian Post, adding they were "surprised by the high rates of sexting we observed." more >>
A Pentecostal group has hosted its North American Bible Quiz Tournament in Oklahoma, which featured over 300 students from across the United States and Canada.
With about 800 in attendance at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, 315 students comprising 113 teams competed to see who best remembered Bible verses. A multiday event that wrapped up on Wednesday, the NABQT was hosted by Senior Bible Quizzing, which is part of the United Pentecostal Church International's General Youth Division.
Ben Cohen, communications lead for Senior Bible, provided The Christian Post with more details about the contestants and the challenges they faced in the tourney. more >>
A former assistant professor at Northwest Christian University in Oregon, who alleges she was fired after she refused an ultimatum to either marry or leave the father of her unborn child and admit the pregnancy was a mistake, is now suing the university for $650,000.
The professor, Coty Richardson, who had worked at the Christian school as an instructor in exercise science since 2011, told KPTV that she got pregnant in early 2015 but had no immediate plans to marry the father of her unborn child who lives in Seattle, Washington.
According to the lawsuit cited by OregonLive, when Richardson revealed to her supervisors that she was pregnant, she was told to either marry her partner of 12 years immediately, declare the pregnancy a mistake, or end the relationship. more >>
Liberty University, the largest Evangelical University in the world, will feature an address by self-described socialist and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Sen. Sanders, I-Vt., accepted the invitation and will speak on the campus as part of Liberty's fall convocation schedule on Sept. 14.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is also slated to address the school in October during the fall schedule. more >>
A Vatican official has recently stated that while alien civilizations might exist beyond our solar system, an alien Jesus Christ does not.
Jose Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory, holds a degree in theology along with a doctorate in astronomy.
In a recent interview with AFP News Agency, Funes explained that while he was open to the idea of alien life, including on some newly discovered planets, the incarnation of Jesus Christ was a unique event. more >>