Megachurch pastor and author Erwin Raphael McManus appeared on a CNN program to comment on the debate surrounding the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, Jesus Christ's purported burial cloth. During his brief appearance, McManus made it clear, however, that the show's anchors had failed to ask the most relevant question.
McManus, pastor of California multi-site MOSAIC church, appeared Thursday on CNN's "This Hour," morning program hosted by John Berman and Kate Bolduan.
Berman and Bolduan wanted to know the pastor's thoughts on why there's so much curiosity about the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, and why anyone would need scientific evidence to prove Jesus' existence. more >>
After weeks of speculation, "Dancing With the Stars" has finally revealed its celebrity cast on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Television icon Suzanne Somers, music legend Patti LaBelle, football star Michael Sam, and Olympic gymnast Nastia Liukin are among the celebrities getting ready to duke it out on the dance floor when "Dancing with the Stars" premieres its 20th season and 10th anniversary next month.
"Shark Tank" mogul Robert Herjavec, "Hunger Games" actress Willow Shields, actress and celebrity offspring Rumer Willis, "Party Rock Anthem" singer Redfoo, and R5 singer-songwriter Riker Lynch will also be vying for the Mirror Ball Trophy this season. At 14, Shields is the youngest contestant the show has ever had. Lynch is related to DWTS judge Julianne Hough and dance pro Derek Hough. more >>
Trai Byers is making a name for himself as an actor starring in productions such as "Selma" and FOX's "Empire" and the 33-year-old is making sure that his Christian faith is at the forefront of it all.
Byers, 33, has managed to appear in two big productions this year with well known names including Oprah Winfrey and Taraji P. Henson. He recently appeared on the Meredith Vieira show where he spoke about questioning his direction just a few years ago.
"In 2013, I didn't work at all, just contemplating what I needed to do, whether I was walking in my destiny or not," he said during an interview on the Meredith Vieira Show Wednesday. "Is this what Trai wants to do—you know, I'm a big Christian so I always talk about that—or is this something God wants me to do?" more >>
Bill Cosby assault allegations have come from close to 30 women who have who claimed wrongdoing at the hands of the comedian for decades and now cinematographer Lee Daniels is admitting that the ordeal has been very hard on him.
While he has not been charged, over two dozen women have accused the 77-year-old comedian of drugging them, sexual assault, or both. Cosby became popular due to the 1980s and 1990s family sitcom "The Cosby Show," decades worth of stand up comedy routines and community service.
The recent accusations brought against the comedian may have mired Cosby's image for some, but the comedian is still pressing forth with his comedy tour across North America. more >>
A Florida pastor who's set to make her debut as one of three "sexperts" on a racy and already controversial TV show called "Sex Box" premiering on WE tv Friday in which a mix of gay, straight, married and unmarried couples have live sex in a private box and then talk about it later, says God "instructed" her to be a part of the show and she's not worried about what critics say about it.
In an interview with CBN News this week, Yvonne Capehart, who's the founder of the "Healed for Real" healing and deliverance conference and Sister Keeper International Ministries Crusade, said she struggled with the decision to appear on the show at first until God instructed her to take on the "assignment" after much prayer.
"I did turn them down three times of course for the title, the content, and the layout of the show. Originally when I heard about it I was 'whoa!' and I think that's probably what a lot of other people would get," said Capehart in the interview. more >>
Keke Palmer is speaking up about what it takes for her soul to grow amid her transition into adulthood.
Keke, 21, recently became the first black Cinderella to star on Broadway and starred in major productions including "Akeelah and the Bee." After honing her craft as a Nickelodeon star for years, the actress is now working to help other girls in an initiative called Saving Our Cinderellas.
The initiative is headed by the Saving Our Daughters anti-bullying organization that seeks to help young women. Keke, and fellow actresses Grace Gealey from Fox's "Empire" and Shanola Hampton from Showtime's "Shameless" will help mentor young minority girls who want to follow their passions in performing arts. more >>