Ken Ham's Answers in Genesis organization has hit back against accusations by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson that many Christians find creationist beliefs to be "crazy," and that Ham was relatively unknown until his public debate with Bill Nye the Science Guy in February.
"Tyson's assertion that no one had heard of Ken Ham before Bill Nye came along is laughable. Answers in Genesis has a long track record as a world-recognized creation ministry, reaching people around the world through the website, social media, highly qualified speakers, books and DVDs, radio programs, magazines, and so forth," AiG's Elizabeth Mitchell wrote on Saturday.
"The Nye-Ham debate did of course attract a lot of attention. In fact, according to Associated Press writer Dylan Lovan, Bill Nye reported he was surprised at the interest in the debate, as it was so much greater than the interest ordinarily shown in his college campus appearances," it added. more >>
Christian relief group Samaritan's Purses program aimed at helping the relationships of wounded veterans and their spouses called "Operation Heal Our Patriots" is set to be featured in a Fox News Channel special on Labor Day.
"The special is about Greta [Van Susteren]'s trip to Alaska over the Fourth of July weekend with wounded veterans and their spouses as a part of Operation Heal Our Patriots," reads a preview for the special, scheduled to air on Monday at 7p.m./EST.
"The Samaritan's Purse program is aimed at helping military couples reconnect and strengthen their relationships after overseas deployment. Greta takes viewers along for her journey into the Alaskan wilderness with these inspiring couples who share their personal stories of adjusting to life after war." more >>
Geoffrey Golden once pretended to direct gospel choirs on his television screen, and now he is officially jump starting his gospel music career as the season 7 winner of BET Network's "Sunday Best."
Golden, 20, has not only won the coveted "Sunday Best" winner title, but a cash prize and recording contract with Kirk Franklin's Fo Yo Soul / RCA Record label. The Cleveland, Ohio native told The Christian Post that winning the competition has brought him from a place of expectation to reality.
"I know God told me that there was a thing that he would do in my life and he was going to use me..some of those things that He's placed in me would go out into the world," Golden told The Christian Post. "Now I'm really walking in the promise of the thing that He said He would do. So moving from promise to performance is what I think it (means) to me more than anything." more >>
ABC's hit political thriller TV series "Scandal" is slated to return on air in a few months and fans have been presented with an enigmatic teaser promo for its upcoming fourth season. "Where On Earth is Olivia Pope?" the trailer asks.
Tony Goldwyn's Fitzgerald Grant appeared apparently confused as he tried to reach for Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington), the crisis manager of Olivia Pope & Associates and his on-again, off-again mistress.
In the finale of Season 3, Olivia "Liv" Pope was shown ready to take her leave from all the scandals. Taking up her father's (Joe Morton) offer of a new life, she was seen boarding on a plane with Jake Ballard (Scott Foley) with their destination still yet unknown. more >>
"Hawaii Five-0" Season 5 is almost here, and more news and spoilers have started to trickle in as the premiere date approaches, starting with the season's first episode.
It has been reported that the show's first episode for season 5 is entitled "Nowhere to Hide." According to the show's official synopsis, "The island of O'ahu goes on lockdown when Five-0 hunts a terrorist who starts using weaponized drones on civilians." From this description alone, it sure looks like another action-packed day is in store for the elite team of Five-0.
In a recent interview with TVLine, Peter M. Lenkov said that a lot of questions about McGarrett's connection to Wo Fat will be revealed in the show's 100th episode— episode 7 of season 5, to be exact. more >>
NEW YORK — "Black Jesus," a live-action comedy series airing on Adult Swim, drew swift condemnation before its premiere in early August. Some Christians, after viewing a three-minute trailer, blasted Aaron McGruder's satirical portrayal of their lord and savior as a weed-smoking, foul-mouthed black man living in Compton, California. Some among the "violently offended" called "Black Jesus" blasphemous, disrespectful to African Americans, and just all around a bad idea.
But others, who have viewed more than the trailer that sparked much of the hullabaloo, say "Black Jesus" is not all that bad — and certainly not worth mounting a boycott against, as some ticked off Christians have called for.
McGruder is known for his unapologetically aggressive and satirical comic-turned-animated series "The Boondocks." He is executive producer of "Black Jesus," with Mike Clattenberg ("Trailer Park Boys") directing and as well as joining McGruder and Mike O'Neill as writers. more >>