Christian leaders at The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) urged their fellow believers not to insist on supporting politicians who are strong on principle but less likely to get elected.
Prayer and scripture are powerful tools of encouragement for struggling individuals, but the church tends to present them as the sole cure for mental disorders, says a writer for Azusa Pacific University's student publication.
A self-styled Nigerian prophet, T.B. Joshua, reportedly forewarned in 2013 that a "large aircraft, carrying over 200 people would develop a fault on the tarmac" in "an Asian nation" and people are now speculating that he was talking about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
The Fast and Furious 7 movie was put on hold following the death of actor Paul Walker last year. However, Universal Studios is getting the production back on track and according to reports, shooting on Fast and Furious 7 is set to resume in April 2014.
When difficulties arise, what's your main focus—the problem, its impact on you, or its effect on others? David's writings reveal him following God's plan for meeting troubles: meditating on the Lord's sufficiency and will. The result was strength and hope for his soul.
President Barack Obama touted the Affordable Care Act to young Americans in a recent interview with Zach Galifiankis on his show "Between Two Ferns," and some conservatives said that, if nothing else, it is "pretty funny."
A Virginia congregation that left the Episcopal Church over theological differences has been denied an appeal before the United States Supreme Court regarding a property dispute with its former diocese.
The efforts by several states to pass laws protecting the consciences of people with deeply-held religious convictions against same-sex marriage have ignited a debate that has generated far more heat than light. Charges of state-sanctioned discrimination harkening back to the dark days of Jim Crow have been leveled at the proponents of such laws.
Galifianakis makes fun of Obama on the birth certificate question and being a 'nerd.' The President hits back on the actor's failed movies and lack of vertical leap. You've never seen an interview like this.
Even though the majority of our nation and our generation is pro-life, many high school and college administrations still treat those with pro-life views as second class citizens, acting as if we should just be grateful when they let us host a speaker or put up a flyer they have tried to censor.
At the end of the classic film, "The Bridge Over the River Kwai," the prison camp's doctor surveys the scenes of death and destruction surrounding him. He sums up the imponderable moral irony of the British helping the Japanese build a bridge only to blow it up as a military necessity, and exclaims, "Madness! Madness!"
We currently spend more on defense than the next 13 highest spending countries combined. China is second at $125 billion a year, and they are only spending that because they want to be ready to come collect on all the money we have borrowed from them.