Nike shoes on fire
September 11th, 2018

Just when it seemed like the nationwide debate over former NFL player Colin Kaepernick was dying down, Nike poured some high-intensity fuel on the fire by featuring the controversial figure in a new ad campaign. Now churches are urging people to donate their gear instead of burning it in protest. Continue reading

Brett Kavanugh Testimony
September 7th, 2018

During his testimony before Congress, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faced criticism for referring to birth control as “an abortion-inducing drug” that religious groups shouldn’t be forced to provide to employees. Continue reading

A Memphis pastor famous for his use of expletives
September 7th, 2018

A controversial broadcaster-turned-pastor is cussing his way to online notoriety, and he “doesn’t give a damn” what traditional Christians might think about it. Buoyed by recent publicity, the pastor is taking his message to the people in what he’s calling “The Bullsh*t From the Pulpit Tour.” Continue reading

Ryan Coleman was fired for refusing to attend bible study
August 31st, 2018

When Ryan Coleman initially accepted a job as a painter with Dahled Up Construction, he assumed the company-sponsored Bible study sessions were an optional activity that employees could choose to attend. To his dismay, he soon discovered that attendance was actually a condition of employment. Continue reading

Jesus holding a football
August 31st, 2018

Baptist Preacher Ernie Spence was walking by an athletic field on a recent Sunday afternoon and was shocked to discover a youth football game underway. So disgusted was Spence that these kids were not in church, he picked up his cell phone and began filming a wild rant about how football will be the downfall of our God-fearing republic. Continue reading

Small crowd to see Pope Francis speak
August 28th, 2018

Disappointing turnouts across Ireland during Pope Francis’ recent trip has the Catholic Church on its heels. Will the ongoing clergy abuse scandal spell the downfall of the Church, or will Pope Francis find a way to right the ship? Continue reading

Kids dressed up as ISIS
August 25th, 2018

A kindergarten in Indonesia is taking flak around the world after images went viral showing young children dressed up as ISIS fighters in a parade. A local military official defended the event, insisting it was meant only to educate students about the “struggle of Islam.” Continue reading

Black Catholic girl with dreads
August 24th, 2018

A viral video captures the moment an 11-year-old Catholic student is sent home because her hairstyle violated school dress code. The incident angered activists, who insist the policy is racially motivated. Continue reading

Woman wears colander hat
August 20th, 2018

The highest Dutch court ruled that Pastafarianism is not a real religion, denying a Dutch student the right to wear a colander in her I.D. photo. Should the government be able to decide what is a “real” religion and what isn’t? Continue reading

Statue erected by the Satanic Temple
August 17th, 2018

The Satanic Temple protested a statue of the Ten Commandments outside the Arkansas State Capitol by unveiling their own monument to a popular Satanic figure. The incident infuriated Christian lawmakers, who vowed that “it will be a cold day in hell” before any Satanic statue is displayed on state property. Continue reading