Technology giant Microsoft has released a commercial in which the popular song "Let There Be Peace on Earth" is performed with the reference to God omitted.
A television commercial posted on YouTube last week featured Microsoft employees and a children's choir singing the song to employees at an Apple store.
America has "schizophrenia" toward God, Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said in a Sunday speech at Cornerstone Family Church in Des Moines, Iowa.
"If it's in our founding document, it's in our pledge, it's in our courts and it's on our money, but we're not supposed to talk about it, what in the world is that? That is what is called schizophrenia," Carson said as part of his 10-minute speech, The Des Moines Register reported.
A pastor in Tennessee has launched a witnessing campaign to get approximately 25,000 yard signs with the message "Christmas is all about Jesus" distributed statewide.
Pastor Jimmy Terry of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church of Clarksville has in past Christmas seasons distributed these yard signs on a local scale, but this year's goal is to reach out to the entire state.
The president of a Christian college in Oklahoma has condemned the rise of political correctness on college campuses and told students who seek to silence speech that offends them that they are "self-absorbed" and "need to grow up."
Everett Piper, the president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, a Christian liberal arts college with about 1,200 undergraduate students, wrote a letter last week informing the school's students that college is "not day care" and that quests by "offended" students to limit freedom of speech will not be taken seriously.
Piper explained in his letter that one OKWU student recently complained after a chapel service that he felt "victimized" by a sermon focused on 1 Corinthians 13. Since the sermon dealt with the homily on love, the student argued that the sermon made him feel bad because he doesn't make a habit of showing love. more >>
Planned Parenthood officials suggested that pro-life rhetoric influenced the recent shooting in Colorado.
In an interview with National Public Radio released Monday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards spoke about recent Pro-Life rhetoric as a possible contributing factor to the shooting.
Leading up to and since the release of his new album Purpose, Justin Bieber has become quite the unlikely evangelist. The A-List star has been sharing his spiritual journey with the world and exposing the mainstream media to the gospel of Jesus Christ. In a recent L.A. Times review, the headline of Bieber's new tour read, "How Justin Bieber turned Staples Center into a megachurch."
The reviewer described his experience at the Justin Bieber: Purpose World Tour as a pop concert - movie premiere - skateboarding demonstration and a church service. He said the multi-purpose arena in Downtown Los Angeles was transformed as the 21-year-old singer sung through some of his older and newer hits.
To some it was probably no surprise because God has been the center of Bieber's conversations lately, but the journalist did not expect to hear about the singers deep love for Jesus at the sold-out venue. "Between the skateboarding and the singing, though, Bieber sat on a stool next to Judah Smith, the man described as his pastor, and more or less preached," L.A. Times reporter Mikael Wood wrote. more >>