If pressed, would you say that you are spiritually healthy, sick, on life support, or a dead men walking? Based on what vital sign(s)?
- January 11, 2014 |
Unlike in past years, Coptic Christians in Egypt celebrated Christmas Tuesday peacefully.
Dennis Rodman apologized Thursday (Jan. 9) for his widely criticized comments about Kenneth Bae, a missionary and U.S. citizen detained in North Korea.
A Pakistani teen was killed this week while attempting to stop a suicide bombing at his school in northwest Pakistan.
According to The Daily Mail, research done at the Health and Safety Laboratory in Stockport reveals that religious individuals may be healthier.
In South Sudan, the military has divided against itself – creating yet another bloody struggle in the newly formed nation.
Once upon a time Rick Guidotti was a fashion photographer taking pictures of those that many considered the most beautiful. I’m sure the images pop into your head: people who are tall and toned and tanned. But thankfully, Rick has a mind of his own. He had an idea.
At least 30 Christians, including women, children and the elderly, were brutally murdered in an attack on a Christian village in central Nigeria.
According to a new study, teens who report occasional drinking and getting drunk tend to have higher "social connectedness" then their abstaining peers.
Campbell County pastor Andrew Hamblin will not face any criminal charges for possessing more than 50 venomous snakes.
So many times we wonder about the validity or value of something when the answer is patently clear: people have voted with their feet
Fred Stoeker was in the fifth grade when he saw his mom try to kill his dad. She stood behind him, scissors raised, ready to stab her husband – a serial adulterer – in the back. Fred’s dad was also addicted to pornography. And although Fred swore he’d never treat women the way his own father treated them … he eventually did.
Hundreds of thousands of fans are expected to descend on East Rutherford, New Jersey, ahead of the February 2 Super Bowl. And that’s why some organizations and individuals are particularly concerned about a rise in human trafficking during the event.
Attorneys for the owner of a cake shop in Colorado filed an appeal last week to a ruling that the shop must sell wedding cakes to same sex couples.
The Little Sisters of the Poor have won a temporary injunction against the birth control mandate in Obamacare, but the fight continues.
You might have seen some of the media coverage of so-called “atheist churches.” The concept started with two British comedians, Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans. Jones told the AP, “If you think about church, there's very little that's bad. It's singing awesome songs, hearing interesting talks, thinking about improving yourself and helping other people — and doing that in a community with wonderful relationships. What part of that is not to like?"
More high school students are sending and receiving sext messages or photos, and that makes them more likely to engage in other types of sexual activity as well. Now researchers say the same trends are trickling down to younger students in middle school, according to a study published in the journal Pediatrics.
The Church of England has been accused of “dumbing down” the baptism service following the introduction of an alternative liturgy in which excludes “sins” or “the devil.”
Last month, Libya’s national assembly voted in favor of making Koranic Law, or Shariah, the basis of all legislative decisions. The vote has left Coptic Christians fearful of increased oppression.