A Veterans Administration clinic in Ohio recently removed a Bible from a POW/MIA display after a military church and state watchdog group protested its presence.
The Akron-based facility removed the Bible from the display after being contacted by the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
Mikey Weinstein, founder and president of the MRFF, told The Christian Post that his organization became aware of the Bible at the display after they were contacted by 11 veterans of diverse faiths who were receiving treatment at the clinic. more >>
Russell Wilson wants to change the world with his new clothing collection, Good Man Brand.
"We're going to change a culture through fashion," the 27-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback said in a Q&A to promote his new line, according to GQ magazine.
He may be a football player, but Wilson reverted to the game of basketball when describing the actual clothes featured in the collection. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently stated his support for a Catholic Archdiocese whose leadership is ending its connection to the Girl Scouts.
In a Facebook post published Tuesday morning, Graham expressed his support for the Archdiocese of St. Louis' opposition to the Girl Scouts over the youth organization's stance on abortion and homosexuality.
"The Girl Scouts organization sure isn't what it used to be! St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson isn't worried about being politically correct in letting people know about it either," wrote Graham. more >>
A congregation in Wisconsin severed its ties to the Boy Scouts of America in response to the youth organization's decision last year to allow openly gay Scout leaders.
Faith Lutheran Church of Appleton decided last week to dissolve its 60-year-old charter for Boy Scout Troop 73 and Cub Scout Pack 3022.
In a statement given to The Christian Post by Faith Lutheran, the Church explained that the BSA's policy on gay leaders "is inconsistent with the teaching of the Bible and The Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod," which the congregation is affiliated with. more >>
After receiving complaints from parents about an email their children received for a "Bring Your Bible to School Day" event, one California district has instituted a newly approved policy on promotional materials, which might deter messages about religious events from being distributed.
Folsom Cordova Unified School District's board last week unanimously approved changes to its email announcement policy in response to students and parents who questioned why a school would be sending notices about religious events, or even atheist events, such as a flyer many received about the atheist "Freethought Day."
Daniel Thigpen, spokesperson for Folsom Cordova, told The Christian Post that while the new policy "was not a decision to deter Bible-based or atheism-based messages through our e-flyer system," he acknowledged the new policy would prevent Bring Your Bible to School Day and Freethought Day flyers from being approved. more >>
Museums often have works of art that challenge your perceptions, enrich your cultural life, or educate you on past eras. One museum however has an artwork that will blow your mind.
The Birmingham Art Gallery has displayed a piece of 3D art that is known officially as the "Superduperperspective."
Why such a crazy name? Because the art work is very crazy. The piece features a series of smaller paintings that, as a person walks by it, seems to change in shape and form. more >>