Water holds significant symbolism that stretches across all cultures, all religions and all people. It’s the great unifier. It’s mentioned 722 times in the Bible and is often associated with life, wisdom, freedom and knowledge of God. Show More Summary
Rev. Alex Awad, who served as Dean of Students at Bethlehem Bible College, writes British Prime Minister Theresa May: "Britain was among the first in creating this tragic conflict but shouldn’t be the last in taking positive steps to resolve it. Show More Summary
You know you want to see his muscular thighs reclining on a fur throw.
You messed up big time, GQ. Tennis star Roger Federer is currently gracing the cover of GQ Magazine's 2017 Style Bible in which he posed for pictures and was interviewed about what comes next in his impressive career. The magazine promoted...Show More Summary
By JP Romney,Rebecca Romney Published: March 22nd, 2017
The class, offered in public school, asks children to imagine Adam and Eve hanging out with dinosaurs, who act as fun waterslides for the two.
It all started after some uppity parents took offense with a Bible verse being cut from a school production of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
Jail officials found methamphetamine inside the back cover of the good book
Because After School Satan clubs are allowed to exist at public schools, conservative Pastor E. W. Jackson thinks that public schools ought to be preaching Christianity during the day. That means mandatory prayers and Bible readings...
Author Bruce Feiler looks at the Bible's first couple and how they remain relevant.
What does Paradise look like? If you ask the Jehovah's Witnesses, it's apparently includes planting gardens, riding horses, reading the Bible, and playing violin. Good think some former JWs have set us straight with their beautiful response.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, who declared 2017 the “Year of the Bible,” has signed a religious freedom law that effectively allows public school student groups to discriminate against lesbian, gay, and transgender people, and other minority students. It also allows teachers to use the Bible as an educational text. Read more...
Scripturally Sound smartphone app pairs Christian music lyrics with Bible passages.
In Matt 25, when Jesus talks about caring for “the least of these,” he isn’t talking about the poor in general, but fellow Christians. — Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) March 17, 2017 And now back to "Bible Loopholes," our show where the worst people in the world explain Christianity to Jesus. https://t.co/DiMOACtj0c — Ken Jennings (@KenJennings) […]
State leaders have raised concerns about the prayer room, citing a report in a student newspaper and blindsiding school officials who say the space is open to all.
Conservative pundit Erick Erickson defended Donald Trump's budget cuts to programs like Meals on Wheels by saying Jesus only wanted to feed poor Christians. Even though He was, you know, Jewish.
Beauty and the Beast's gay director wishes to destroy Bibles.
As a kid growing up in the Bible belt, I thought my mom’s yoga practice was mortifying. She was such a weirdo. Now I am a weirdo, too.
By Drew Dillingham Catholic News Service (Seventh in a series) ROME — If you think the problems facing families today are new, just open your Bible; the common themes remain. Throughout both the Old and New Testaments are stories of … Continue reading ?
Oprah has taken on “The Book Of John Gray,” a reality show about a mega-church preacher who has a history going against the gays. Nowadays, quoting scripture from the bible on homosexuality is “anti-gay” so folks who don’t want