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As Benjamin Watson mourns the recent death of his grandmother, he's sharing some of the spiritual lessons the family matriarch instilled in him.
Tim Tebow says he's ready to get married and have children so that his kids can get to know his father and learn valuable life lessons from him.
Newly released Wikileaks reveal that Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta was invited to a "Spirit cooking" dinner last summer with famed performance artist Marina Abramovic.
On the red carpet of the premiere of "Hacksaw Ridge," Academy Award-winning actor and director Mel Gibson talked about Christian World World II hero Desmond Doss, and the amazing example he set by sticking to his convictions and turning the other cheek.
Experts are noting that as the homeschooling movement continues to rapidly grow, it is becoming more diverse ethnically, politically, and even religiously.
Indiana Governor and Republican vice presidential hopeful Mike Pence is telling thousands of churches that they should vote for Donald Trump next week to "free up the voices of faith."
VaShawn Mitchell isn't making album sales and Billboard chart placement a priority with his seventh album, "Secret Place."
Evangelical Christians plan to inundate the United Nations' Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization with Bibles in response to the passing of an Arab-sponsored resolution last month that opponents claim denies Jewish and Christian ties to the Temple Mount and Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City.
Despite its enviable record as the most printed and sold book in the world over the last five decades, less than half of practicing Christians in the U.S. spend serious time engaging with their Bible, according to the American Bible Society, and the rest of the country is even worse.
Democrats have increased their support for removing all or most limitations on abortion, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center.
If you've ever eaten at Wendy's or used an ipod your life has been impacted by adoption, according to the author of the new book, "Chosen for Greatness," who's the adoptive father of three boys.
Theologian and founder of Desiring God John Piper is saying this week that a Christian is free to not vote; Followers of Jesus, he asserts, must first show their allegiance to another world.
The GoPro Karma was unveiled last September. Many fans were expecting the drone to have a "follow me" feature, which should allow the drone to follow the person controlling it as he/she moves. Unfortunately, the Karma didn't have this feature. Fans weren't expecting the GoPro Karma to include a hand-held stabilizer as well.
Dear Chuck, With just days to go until the election and so much fighting on all sides, I wonder if the Bible has anything to say to us about how to govern when this mess is over. Where do we go from here to create a fiscally sound government?
Both are destructive and even — in some respects — related to each other. Yet, in terms of electing a president, accusations of corruption carry greater consequences than accusations of immorality.
A new study in the U.K. has revealed that a growing number of parents are fearful of passing on their religious beliefs to their children, worried that they won't be accepted in school and will be alienated by their peers.
Democrats — no matter how many times they invoke Abraham Lincoln — are not the Party of Lincoln. Christian Post writer Eric Sapp gives in to that chronic compulsion by comparing Lincoln to Clinton.
Several leading family scholars and authors are decrying the totalitarian nature of the sexual revolution after the popular children's magazine Highlights announced it will start featuring same-sex parents in upcoming issues.
Evangelicals who are exposed to a Christian Post writer's warning about Donald Trump's Satan-like bargain to evangelicals are more likely to have a negative opinion of the Republican presidential nominee, a new study has found.
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham has said the recent discoveries of desecration done to the shrines of Baal in Israel allude to specific passages of the Bible and prove the truthfulness of Scripture.