One American man's support for Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump might be getting him the um, honor, of having the worst political T-shirt in history.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald J. Trump recently spoke the praises of famed Christian quarterback and Nathan Fillion lookalike contest winner Tim Tebow.
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order commissioning former megachurch pastor Rob Bell to write a gender-neutral Bible.
With ecstatic exuberance and impassioned chants of "I'm With Her," large numbers of Hillary Clinton supporters are celebrating their candidate being labeled "extremely careless" by a prominent federal agency.
One is an American who through intense controversy became the presumptive presidential nominee for the Republican Party. The other is an Englishman who led the cause to have the United Kingdom leave the European Union.
A mainline church has adopted a resolution to officially apologize for having once been complicit in spreading Christianity.
A violent rumble erupted at a local church Sunday morning after the congregational care team voted to stop serving coffee and donuts in all Sunday school and life classes.
Progressive-minded Americans were "totally sure" that their current viewpoints will not be considered bigoted five years from now, according to a 2010 poll.
No, this is not satire. An Ohio judge decided that a Catholic man had to pay his debt to society in the most ecclesiastical way possible: by attending worship at a Baptist church.
Target has announced that its payroll department will start allowing cashiers to self-identify as CEOs when asking for their checks.
Even in this day in age where people seem so set in their ways, there is room for people to change their minds on a hot-button issue.
Prosperity preacher and much touted faith-healer Toufik Benedictus Hinn knocked himself unconscious by mistake thanks to what he later described as the "Power of the Spirit."
Former megachurch pastor Rob Bell has recently declared that he rarely uses the term "American" anymore when describing himself or others.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest has announced that he will officially change his name to "Josh Somewhat Sincere."
Republican presidential hopeful Donald J. Trump has released a new translation of the Holy Bible that he promises will make a "huuuge improvement" on the sacred text.
President Barack Obama has issued a directive to all public schools in the nation which states that they must now teach either Creationism or Intelligent Design in their science classes.
A mainline Protestant congregation has decided to ban Jesus' recorded statements over the belief that they are, in the words of the church leadership, "exclusive" and "patriarchal."
Mrs. Studebaker has been a lifelong member of Nicolaitan Episcopal Church and often helps volunteers on various committees.
The Corporate leadership of Target Stores, Inc. has announced that they are now going to allow shoplifters to self-identify as paying customers.
It has been said that one has to come to the Kingdom of Heaven as a little child. One kid shows just how to do that in the here and now.
Last month Texas megachurch leader Joel Osteen was asked on CBS News' "Sunday Morning" program if he feels "like you're cheating people by not telling them about the Hell part? Or repentance part?"
Admit it, even you thought they were real. April Fool's Day often brings out the creative juices for sites and companies that on every other day can be trusted.
A slight majority of evangelicals are "mostly sure" that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not the Antichrist, according to a poll released April 1.
A Mainline Protestant pastor has been found guilty of not serving gluten-free bread during communion and has been defrocked for her indiscretion.
It was heartfelt. It was funny. It was touching. A beautiful tribute given to the public karaoke-style by two members of that Thin Blue Line.