A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the Internet, music, television and movies.
- April 18, 2014 |
A Good Friday message for the not-so-necessarily religious!
Lady Gaga’s new music video for single “G.U.Y.” has Christians calling blasphemy.
Jewish people in eastern Ukraine are being told they need to “register” with the separatist forces.
The Church of England has launched a new Easter-inspired Twitter campaign that has gone viral.
Heaven Is for Real is the true story of four-year old Colton Burpo who slips from consciousness and enters heaven. Some critics have had harsh reactions to the film.
A new study shows that young adults who smoke marijuana--even just recreationally--had marked abnormalities in areas of their brains that regulate emotion and motivation.
The captain of the sunken ferry is receiving harsh criticism for being among the first to evacuate the ship.
It's not every day that you find a high-ranking Catholic prelate standing with a bullhorn on the steps of a state capital building, leading the public in prayer for the defense and protection of pre-born life.
A U.S. District judge rejected North Dakota’s ‘heartbeat’ abortion law Wednesday.
The amazing thing about Good Friday is that it was - and is - part of the “good” declared by God at creation.
Hobby Lobby's Steve Green is set to launch a new high school curriculum centered around the Bible, emphasizing the historical elements and impact the book has had in society.
Robert McKeehan, pastor of the Community Bible Church in High Point, N.C., died Friday after hanging himself in his home.
Various news outlets report Muslim terrorists abducted at least 100 Nigerian schoolgirls on Monday at the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok.
A new study using worldwide scholastic results found that video games to not have a negative impact on teen academic performance.
Elite military units are deferring to the pro-Russian side in Ukraine causing more tension in the area.
Four people are confirmed dead and nearly 300 remain missing after a ferry sank off the coast of South Korea.
The Mexican cult Iglesia Christiana Restaurada (Restored Christian Church) is accused of kidnapping and brainwashing 15 children.
The New York Times ran an interesting opinion piece this weekend: “Raising a Moral Child.”