Former pro wrestler Larry Pfohl, better known by his ring name "Lex Luger," rose to fame as a world champion, but fell hard into addiction, prison, and paralysis before discovering new life in his weakest moment.
Production has begun in Canada for the screen adaptation of Todd Burpo's best-selling book Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back, which chronicles the near death experience that reportedly brought a 3-year-old boy face-to-face with Jesus Christ.
Adult magazines Playboy, Penthouse, and Nude will continue to be allowed on military installations because their material is not "sexually explicit," a top Pentagon official wrote.
Theories of evolution, Darwinian and otherwise, fail to explain the development of animal life, and intelligent design explains it better, argues former geophysicist Stephen C. Meyer in his recently released New York Times best-selling book, Darwin's Doubt: The Explosive Origin of Animal Life and the Case for Intelligent Design.
Several experts on Islam, speaking after recent turmoil following the ousting of Egypt's President Morsi, highlighted that Islam is not monolithic and the U.S. should support the Islamic tradition that respects religious liberty.
Princeton Professor Robert P. George, newly elected chair of the United States Council on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), said his group must act as America's conscience for religious liberty, which is a fundamental part of human dignity.
Indianapolis' Heritage Christian School decided to end its relationship with Cub Scout Pack 316, the local elementary school chapter of Boy Scouts of America (BSA), this week following BSA's controversial decision last month not to exclude openly gay boys.
A nationwide rally in Egypt occurring today could be the biggest political event in the country's history, surpassing even the tens of millions who demonstrated in June, predicted Egyptian-born pastor and Middle East broadcaster Michael Youssef, who said huge crowds were already hitting the streets.
Conservative Princeton Law Prof. Robert P. George Is New USCIRF Chair; Democrat Predecessor Praises Successor
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) announced earlier this week its new chair, Princeton Professor of Jurisprudence Robert P. George, a conservative intellectual who even Democrats laud as a good pick.
Christian reviewers roundly condemned the ineptitude of "R.I.P.D.," the latest high-profile, high-budget film to flop this summer.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) stirred up a crowd of thousands on Wednesday at the Christians United for Israel Annual Summit in Washington, D.C., as he criticized President Obama's foreign policy as one of "weakness" and "appeasement" while stressing the need to maintain a strong alliance with Israel.
Fox News pundit Bill O'Reilly discussed the race issue on Monday, praising President Obama for raising the problem while attacking America's leaders as utterly misled about – and even implicitly supporting – its root cause.
Christian Musician Matt Brock on Grandfather's Legacy, Unemployment and Taking Leap of Faith in 'Land of Shadows'
Singer, songwriter, and worship leader Matt Brock sings about relying on God through the death of loved ones, unemployment, and other hard times in his album "From the Land of Shadows."
Female policy experts discussed the finding that women are breadwinners in four of ten American households but how that doesn't necessarily mean their children are well supported financially or emotionally in a two-parent family, at the conservative Heritage Foundation on Tuesday.
Singer and songwriter Janie Chu says she sings about pain and suffering to end the social injustice of sex trafficking through the love of Jesus Christ.
A broken public trust may ruin the first black President's legacy, said Evangelical neurosurgeon and conservative rock star Dr. Benjamin Carson.
Several Christian college leaders agreed with a recent op-ed by Arizona Christian University's president that reminded readers about the Christian heritage of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the United States, which were founded as Christian seminaries, but have since lost their faith tradition.
An upcoming "Nontheist" book and talk show aimed at promoting discussion between faiths and supporting a spiritual brand of atheism has drawn criticism from an acclaimed Christian apologist.
The monogamous, family-friendly culture shared by Christians, Jews, and Muslims proves both more sexually satisfying and more socially philanthropic than the promiscuous culture of hook-ups, homosexuality, and porn, a Roman Catholic researcher argued on Wednesday.
A vast majority of Americans say that a Christian photographer should be able to deny a same-sex couple's wedding request, internet polling company Rasmussen Reports has found.
Christian leaders say a camp encouraging boys to act and dress like girls is "unnatural," "horrifying," and restrictive to young boys, taking away their freedom of expression at a young age.
Christians are being treated like second-class citizens, says a black pastor, who says he didn't become a Christian to fight like he did as an African American in the Civil Rights Movement over again.
Tuesday, Google celebrated the 407th Anniversary of the birth of Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), whose drawings, etchings, and paintings captured the spirit of the Dutch Golden Age and, in what may have been artistic evangelization, hundreds of biblical scenes.
'Pacific Rim' Shows Christ-like Sacrifice Amid Numbing Action and 'A Tiny Dash of Paganism,' Say Reviewers
Guillermo Del Toro's Sci-Fi action flick "Pacific Rim" debuted last Friday, and came in third on the weekend box office – Christian reviewers tied the film's success to the Christ-like sacrifice and its weakness to the prevalence of action over substance.
While New England Patriots' Tim Tebow may be the most famous active evangelical NFL player, there are at least five former NFL player who are now pastoring a church or active as a Christian minister.