Megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress, who has accused GOP candidate and Mormon Mitt Romney of being a member of a cult, has said he would "hold his nose" and vote for Romney over President Barack Obama if left with such a choice in the 2012 presidential elections.
As the "Occupy Wall Street" protest stretches on for a fourth week, members of the faith community have been stepping out to stand in solidarity with demonstrators speaking out against greed, capitalism and economic inequalities, moving some Christians to wonder if Jesus Himself would also "occupy" Wall Street.
Whatever one's opinion of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters happens to be, one thing is certain: they are eating well. On any given day, large amounts of food are donated to the protesters from sympathizers around the country.
Steve Jobs is remembered for being one of the world’s foremost innovators of technology, but he was also an innovator in trying to help people eat healthier and live longer.
When news of Steve Jobs' death hit the world on Wednesday, one man realized a hope he held for years would never come to pass: to meet his biological son.
When Steve Jobs received a liver transplant two years ago, there were approximately 16,000 people on the waiting list. Only 1,581 people received a liver. Steve Jobs was one of them, even though there was no proof that a new liver would stop or even slow Jobs’ cancer. Thus, some commentators have now asked the question: Did Steve Jobs waste a liver?
On his way to Lafayette, La., 19-year-old David Morales believed he was going to attend bible college, where he would learn the word of God and become a pastor. It was his dream. In many ways, it was the American dream, but before he even made it to his destination, David experienced a nightmare at the hands of immigration officials.
Lest Harold Camping get all the credit for wrongly predicting a May 21 doomsday, a retired electrical engineer from New York has spoken out purporting that his calculations support Camping's claim of an Oct. 21 judgment, which will be physical, rather than spiritual like in May.
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain believes the Occupy Wall Street protesters are part of a vast, left-wing conspiracy to distract the American public from President Obama’s failed polices – and they also need to stop whining and just get a job.
The Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters do not have a single message or specific list of demands, but they claim that big banks have too much power and take advantage of America’s middle class. However, the protesters are not alone: a Rasmussen poll reveals that 79 percent of the American people feel the same way.
Megachurch preacher and bestselling author Joel Osteen, pressed by CNN’s Piers Morgan on his views regarding homosexuality, said Tuesday during an interview that his stance on the issue is grounded in the Bible, which he said will still present homosexuality as sin, even 200 years from now.
Harold Camping, the Family Radio Bible teacher who startled the public with his end-of-world prophecies in May, has a less-than stellar track record when it comes to the reliability of his prophetic calculations.
The “Occupy Wall Street” protesters have a new group of people who disagree with what they are doing: the street vendors who work in the park that is being occupied. Although the protest has had an adverse effect on local vendors, the occupation has been a boon for other local eateries.
The legal odyssey of Eddie Long continued last week when the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church minister requested repayment of settlement money from three accusers, defended a former security guard accused in a burglary at his church and wound up defaulting on a loan.
Harold Camping, the Christian broadcaster who boldly announced that the world would end on May 21, only to later say that he was "flabbergasted" when the rapture did not occur, is now telling everyone to get ready for the real rapture, which is set to occur on October 21—probably.
Several media outlets have reported on an alleged deal between Sprint and Apple with the telecommunications giant agreeing to purchase 30 millon iPhone 5’s over the next four years in a deal worth approximately $20 billion.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that would prevent local governments from banning male circumcision after a spirited attempt by anti-circumcision activists to ban the religious practice in San Francisco and Santa Monica.
A new series of anti-Obama billboards have sprung up in New Orleans in the latest outdoor advertising campaign to paint the president as an "anti-Christian socialist" who blames former President George W. Bush for everything negative that has happened in the U.S since he took office.
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has confessed that in 35 years of serving on the nation's highest court, his only regret was voting in 1976 to reinstate the death penalty in Texas, an option he believes the state has used too often.
A 5 year-old boy was held down and sexually assaulted by four classmates in the bathroom of a New York City school, his mother claims in a $10 million lawsuit against the city.
Various activist groups have been speaking out against Alabama's tough new immigration laws, made effective Thursday, and have vowed to continue fighting, taking the battle to the courts.
A clerk in a small New York town says her Christian beliefs prohibit her from granting marriage licenses to gay couples, so she arranged for same-sex marriage licenses to be handled by a deputy, which requires an appointment and takes more time. Her case has been cast as a microcosm of the culture war between gay rights advocates and Christian conservatives trumping their religious freedom.
A Vacaville, Calif. teacher has banned the saying of "bless you" after someone sneezes in his classroom, sparking outrage from critics who claim that this is yet another attack on Christianity. But are people simply overreacting?
An Oregon couple belonging to a controversial religious sect have been charged with manslaughter for relying solely on faith rather than seeking medical care when their premature child grew ill and died just hours after being born at home.
A café owner in England claims the police told him he was not allowed by law to show Bible verses on a television screen in his shop, but the police department denies the claim and says it was all a misunderstanding.