An LGBT advocacy group has expressed its concern that several "Duck Dynasty" cast members will attend the Iowa State Fair later this summer.
The Pope inadvertently confused the Italian word "caso," meaning a case or example, with the swear word "cazzo."
'Son of God' Review: New Jesus Film Faces Challenges, But Will Astonish, Inspire Audiences With the Truth
"In Son of God," a compilation of old footage from last year's History Channel "The Bible" series and previously unreleased scenes that were not included in the television show that opened in theaters on Friday, the film's producers and spokespeople, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey present their case for Jesus as Lord.
Unfortunately for Mormons who might have based their theology off a hit Broadway show, no one from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will receive his or her own planet after they die.
A day after Ken Ham, president and CEO of the creationist organization Answer in Genesis announced he would be moving forward with plans to build a life-sized replica of Noah's ark, Bill Nye, his former debate opponent, said he hopes "the Ark Encounter goes out of business."
Pope Francis has signed off on a married man's decision to join the priesthood in the Maronite Catholic Church. Deacon Wissam Akiki, of St. Louis, Mo., who is married and has a daughter, was expected to be ordained in a the Maronite church.
From Hobby Lobby to World Vision: How Should Christian Organizations Remain Faithful to Mission in 21st Century?
In 2010, a federal appeals court ruled that the humanitarian organization World Vision could continue its H.R. policy of only hiring Christians. The verdict came following a 2007 lawsuit, where three former employees had challenged the measure.
A Kentucky pastor has been accused of exposing himself to a teenage girl in Burkes Outlet earlier this month.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer disappointed some members of the conservative Christian community when she vetoed SB 1062 on Wednesday night. It is unclear the extent to which Brewer's own Christian faith might have played a role in her decision to kill the bill, though it is likely she talked to God about it.
'Everybody Loves Raymond' Actress Patricia Heaton Says 'Media Runs With Idea That Christians Are Bad Guys'
Catholic actress and star of the upcoming movie, "Mom's Night Out," Patricia Heaton has said that the media often falls victim to pejoratively stereotyping Christians, rather than portraying them as real people.
From Carrie Underwood to Steve Furtick to Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, here's who is making noise on social media for "Shine a Light on Slavery" Day.
A federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday that Google must remove an anti-Islam film that generated riots across the Middle East and Asia in September 2012.
Tim Lambesis, the former lead singer for As I Lay Dying," plead guilty to one count of solicitation of murder and admitted that he had hired an individual to kill his estranged wife Meggan Lambesis.
David Yonggi Cho of South Korean Megachurch Supported by American Pastor Bob Rodgers After $12M Embezzlement Conviction
American megachurch pastor, Bob Rodgers, has defended Pastor David Yonggi Cho after the pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, South Korea, was convicted last week of embezzling $12 million of the church's funds.
That is the question that Peter Greer and Chris Horst, both of microfinance non-profit Hope International, attempt to answer in the recently released "Mission Drift: The Unspoken Crises Facing Leaders, Charities and Churches."
Church Protests Restaurant After Elderly Mother and Daughter Are Arrested When Daughter Threatens Cashier's Salvation, Does Not Pay Bill
Members of a Florida church are protesting an A&G Restaurant in Winter Haven that they say treated two female parishioners overly harshly after the women were arrested last month on allegations that they left the restaurant without paying.
Fundamentalist Christian College Rehires Fired Sex Abuse Watchdog Group, Apologizes for 'Added Anxiety' That Initial Termination Caused
The Christian fundamentalist school Bob Jones University announced on Tuesday that it would be rehiring the sex abuse watchdog group it had terminated in January.
A barefoot man dressed as Jesus with a cross strapped across his back ran his latest marathon on Sunday in Japan.
Megachurch Pastor David Yonggi Cho Convicted of Embezzling $12M Says 'Suffering' Taught Him Individuals 'Shouldn't Possess Anything'
The 78-year-old pastor of the world's largest Pentecostal church convicted of embezzling $12 million told his congregation on Sunday that through "this suffering" he had learned that "an individual shouldn't possess anything."
Seven Egyptian Christians have been found horrifically murdered just outside Benghazi, Libya on Monday, according to local security officials. Gunmen reportedly went knocking door-to-door hunting down the Christian residents, mercilessly executing any Jesus-followers they found.
Tim Tebow News: Could ESPN Analyst's Football Career Experience 'Resurrection' With Denver Football Team?
A new professional football league will kicking off its first year with exhibition games and its commissioner has said that his organization has reached out to the former NFL star.
John McCain, Other Republicans, Break With Party Over Controversial Religious Freedom Bill Slammed as Discriminatory Against Gays
Arizona's two Republican senators, John McCain and Jeff Flake, tweeted their opposition to a state bill which proponents have argued will protect residents' religious freedom, while opponents have criticized the bill as legalizing discrimination against the LGBT population.
This news comes on the heels of Duck Commander announcing that it would be title sponsor for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Once racially profiled in his own church parking lot, pastor Alex Gee of Madison, Wis., held a town hall meeting earlier this month to speak out against the "liberal bastion's" high African American incarceration rates and achievement gap.
God or Country? Canada Christians Pick Both, Watching Winter Olympics Gold Medal Hockey Game in Church
The church organist rallied "stadium," the "crowd" did the wave, and everyone in the Bedford United Church hugged each other after witnessing the Canada men's hockey team beat Sweden 3-0 in the Winter Olympics gold medal final on a screen in their church on Sunday morning.