The Westboro Baptist Church has announced its intention to protest television star and comedian Bill Cosby next month and claims that God "rewarded" the entertainer through the murder of his son.
WBC claimed it was speaking out against Cosby, 76, who is scheduled to perform in Kansas City, Mo., on Feb. 1 as part of his "Far from Finished" tour, because he used "fame, fortune and influence" to promote "his own form of righteousness" and fit his "own humanistic notions."
"He has taken on the mantle of an 'activist' and instructed others to obtain an education, work hard, and practice some very basic morality – but he has not instructed them to obey God's commandments," it wrote in a statement. more >>
The organizer of the annual "Evolution Weekend" event has stated that he feels the upcoming Bill Nye-Ken Ham debate "serves absolutely no intellectual purpose."
Michael Zimmerman, founder and executive director of The Clergy Letter Project, which hosts "Evolution Weekend," told The Christian Post about his views on the much publicized debate.
"I do not believe that holding debates on the merits of science is either a good or productive thing," said Zimmerman, who thought the debate will at best "make for good theater." more >>
Earlier this week it was reported that, for the third time, a Marlboro Man actor died of a smoking related disease after spending the last years of his speaking "out fiercely about the hazards of smoking." There's a biblical principle that underscores the tragic irony of these deaths, and it's summed up in one Hebrew word.
But first, a little history.
For those not old enough to remember the Marlboro Country ads, let me describe what we saw on our TV screens day and night. more >>
Apollo Nida is opening up about the price of fame in his first public appearance since news broke about him being investigated for alleged bank fraud and identity theft charges.
Nida, the husband of Phaedra Parks, an Atlanta attorney and cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," recently appeared on the Bethenny talk show where he and some other husbands from the Bravo series spoke about the difficulty of becoming a personality on the reality television show.
"I think so coming from prison, doing six years in prison and then being thrown into a TV show was kind of difficult and I think for the first time coming off I was very quiet and kind of shy, it was just a difficult transition for me," Nida admitted. more >>
A leader of a pro-Israel organization has expressed disapproval of President Barack Obama's statements at his State of the Union regarding the veto of new sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Christians United for Israel provided The Christian Post with comments from CUFI Exectuvie Director David Brog.
"I'm saddened that the president has declared his intention to oppose the will of a majority of the Senate and the House on Iran. His policy towards Iran isn't working and won't work," said Brog. more >>
Porsha Williams may be dating again, but she is in no rush to feature any special love interest on her Bravo reality television show, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
"I'm in no rush to put it out there until I know we're absolutely solid," Williams said while on The Dish recently. "Most successful men don't want to be on a reality show. They don't benefit from that."
Williams, 32, is officially divorced from former NFL player Kordell Stewart and seems to be ready to start over. Earlier this month she spoke about her current love interest and how she has some anxiety about dating a publicly known man. more >>