Senior U.S. Senator for Arizona and the GOP's 2008 presidential nominee John McCain thinks former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is a "rock star" and if she faces GOP Senator for Kentucky Rand Paul in the 2016 presidential elections, it will be a "tough choice" on who he'd vote for.
Reza Aslan, "an internationally acclaimed writer and scholar of religions," according to his online biography, has gotten a boost in sales and popularity from his "embarrassing" interview with a Fox News anchor about his new book, "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth." But those familiar with the Harvard graduate and former Christian's work say Zealot is re-hashed scholarship that ignores much of what the New Testament actually says about Jesus.
As tensions continue to fester over a viral video of Philadelphia Eagle's wide receiver Riley Cooper hurling a cutting n-word slur at a black security guard at a Kenny Chesney concert last month, many are predicting his dismissal from the team is inevitable.
Presbyterian Church (USA) has joined the effort to get the fast food giant Wendy's to join a program meant to improve the rights of agricultural workers. However, Wendy's told The Christian Post that the company does business with suppliers who respect farmworker rights and the protest is nothing new.
In a letter written from inside a correctional facility, former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez who is accused of first-degree murder writes that God has a plan for him and that something positive will happen as the result of his circumstance.
The Internal Revenue Service continued to harass pro-life organizations even after the Obama administration promised the targeting of conservative groups would stop, according to documents provided by the Thomas More Society to Congress.
Dharius Daniels, pastor of Kingdom Church in New Jersey, says his heart beats for the so-called "nones," the growing segment of the U.S. population aged 18-29 and upward who remain unaffiliated with any specific religion. He assures them that despite their struggles, "It was worse in Corinth."