A Christian professor and evangelist said that after 30 years in the Mormon Church, she came to a unique realization – the Bible is more accurate than the Book of Mormon, and God is bigger than the transcendent man worshipped by the "Latter day Saints" (LDS).
While arguing for shorter, more viral sermons, an evangelist has claimed that pastors are not following Christ's most famous example in the way they preach. Unconvinced, three pastors denounced the argument as unbiblical and misguided for the church.
Was Jesus a Capitalist? Christian Scholar Argues for Free Market, New Understanding of Financial Crisis
A Christian apologist, scholar, and intelligent design advocate claimed all biblical believers should support free markets, and argued that economic illiteracy, rather than Wall Street greed, caused the 2008 financial crisis.
Christian reviewers praised the new film Jobs as inspirational, a great example of one man using his God-given talents to bless the world, but they also had a caveat – beware the idol of hard work.
Apologist, scholar, and intelligent design advocate Jay Richards presented his new book, Infiltrated: How to Stop the Insiders and Activists Who are Exploiting the Financial Crisis to Control Our Lives and Our Fortunes, on Thursday at the American Enterprise Institute, arguing that the 2008 financial crisis stemmed from "full spectrum cronyism," the collusion of big business and big government, rather than Wall Street greed.
Protesters planned to gather today at a condominium complex near Florida's Tampa Bay area that only rents to single people or married husbands and wives – a policy that some realtors attack as discriminatory, but may be completely legal.
"Duck Dynasty" has it all – 4 bearded red-necks, 9.6 million total viewers, a new record in ratings for A&E, and…a Congressman? Just in time for the 4th Season's debut Wednesday night, speculation broke this week that the show's C.E.O. and president of Duck Commander, Willie Robertson, might run for a seat in the United States House of Representatives.
In a recent viral article, a wife (Hannah) claimed that her husband is not her soul mate, and that God does not have "the one," your perfect spouse, eternally chosen from the beginning. While Christian authors of the New York Times bestseller Love Dare book agreed that the "Disney princess" fantasies are unrealistic, they contend that God does direct the faithful in their romantic pursuits.
A new poll from local Siena College shows both New York City (NYC) Comptroller Candidate and former Governor Eliot Spitzer and NYC mayoral candidate and former Congressman Anthony Weiner have a high unfavorability rating among NYC voters, according to a NYC Christian politics professor.
'Porn Prof' Twitter Outburst Sparks Debate; Christian Scholars and Educators Condemn 'Neo-Pagan' Sexuality
Hugo Schwyzer, gender studies professor at Pasadena City College, sparked outrage by revealing his sexual plans and exploits on twitter, claiming to have slept with porn stars, developed porn events for class, and used sex to hide his lack of credentials. Christian scholars say his actions and public image show a 'Neo-Pagan' trend to sexuality in our culture, which threatens freedom and the Church.
"My Husband Is Not My Soul Mate" hardly seems romantic from a wife on her first wedding anniversary, but this viral article set out to challenge common notions about romance, and Christian counselors agree – God does not have "the one," your perfect spouse, eternally chosen from the beginning.
The Puritans of the 21st Century Are Under 30? Spoken Word Poet Jefferson Bethke on Why Millennials Leave the Church
Prominent voices claim that today's young people are leaving the church because they see it as too old fashioned, political, and exclusive. But Jefferson Bethke, creator of the YouTube sensation "Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus," claims Millennials themselves are the true "puritans," judging the Body of Christ unfit for their company.
Neill Blomkamp's new film "Elysium" astonished Christian reviewers in a good way with a heroic sacrifice made by star Matt Damon, but its profanity, violence, and alleged liberal bias made it hard to digest.
Several pastors criticized the suggestion that 18-minute sermons would be the most effective way to share the Gospel on Sunday mornings, as proposed by a seminary student inspired by TED talks.
Pro-life advocates rallied outside of the ABC News office in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, demanding even-handed media coverage of abortion and the pro-life movement.
"Paradise," the upcoming film by director Diablo Cody of "Juno" fame, portrays the story of a Christian girl who rejects her roots and finds joy in "worldly" things. But a Christian film reviewer cautions that "Paradise" will just lead viewers astray to a life of emptiness and misery.
New England Patriots draftee and former Denver Broncos star quarterback Tim Tebow said that he was praying for Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper, who returned to the team Tuesday after a short break following a racial quip that drew the ire of fans and a fine from the Eagles.
The "Fittest Man on Earth" is 26, stands at 5 feet, 9 inches, weighs 195 pounds, and is on fire for Jesus.
AJ Michalka, 22-year-old singer and actress known for Disney-promoted teen pop songs with her sister Aly, released a new song about returning to faith in Jesus after living a prodigal life.
Brad Sherrill, a 30-year Atlanta-based professional actor, will speak the words of Jesus Christ on stage to over 2,000 people over six weeks in Chicago's Provision Theater.
On President Obama's 52nd birthday, only one volunteer showed up in Centreville, Va., to participate in an effort to defend his signature piece of legislation – the Affordable Care Act, better known as ObamaCare – from recent Republican attempts to derail it, and even the organizer left early.
"The Wolverine," the sixth film in the X-Men franchise, opened strongly last week, but Christian reviewers say excessive violence mars it, while they disagree on its positive elements.
Christian rock-and-roll band New Method, based in Columbus, Ohio, travels the country singing, playing, and preaching the Gospel on the baseball, football, and soccer fields – even on the ice rink.
Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, Vice Chair of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), called on the State Department to reconsider Saudi Arabia's religious freedom violations and identified with Raif Badawi, a Saudi website editor, who was sentenced to seven years in prison and 600 lashes on Monday.
Trayvon Martin's Hoodie in Smithsonian Museum? Black Megachurch Pastor Says He'd Rather Focus on Ending Racism
A black megachurch pastor said he'd rather use the "multiracial, multicultural" body of Christ to solve racism than commemorate Trayvon Martin by displaying his hooded sweatshirt in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, as suggested by the Rev. Al Sharpton.