An old bible open on a desk
June 7th, 2019

Nearly everyone has heard of the seven deadly sins. But many might be surprised at their origin. Continue reading

Jesus nailed to the cross
May 9th, 2019

Today, most churches condemn rituals such as self-flagellation, but that hasn’t stopped devotees and devout believers from partaking in the practice. Why does it remain so popular? Continue reading

Jesus depicted as a white man
April 26th, 2019

Forget the fair-skinned, blue-eyed man that still adorns many stained glass windows and paintings. Jesus was most likely a Palestinian, experts say. Continue reading

Gay couple adopting a child
April 8th, 2019

Adoption agencies in Tennessee may soon be allowed to prevent same-sex couples from adopting a child from their system if it conflicts with the organization’s religious beliefs. Continue reading

Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell swearing in ceremony
March 27th, 2019

The swearing-in ceremony for Pennsylvania’s first Muslim state legislator was marred by an opening address asking Jesus for forgiveness and claiming that America has “lost sight of God.” Continue reading

Jesus dressed up like Harry Potter
February 27th, 2019

So-called “Christian witches” from all corners of the country are preparing to gather in Salem, Massachusetts on Easter weekend for their first official convention. Topics of discussion include why Jesus was actually a wizard, and how the Bible promotes sorcery. Continue reading

Wyoming State Senator Lynn Hutchings
February 18th, 2019

Wyoming lawmakers recently held a vote on whether to officially repeal the death penalty, but it was defeated in the State Senate. Among those who voted “no” was Sen. Lynn Hutchings, who insisted that the death penalty is actually a good thing because it brought us Jesus Christ. Continue reading

February 18th, 2019

A vocal group of Christian parents has forced an elementary school in the U.K. to cancel a planned production about Charles Darwin and the theory of evolution. The controversial decision has sparked renewed debate over the role of religion in public schools. Continue reading

A female pastor
February 14th, 2019

For centuries, the position of clergy was reserved exclusively for men. The rules were pretty simple: men were expected to lead, and women to follow. Is it time for things to change? Continue reading

Christian-only airplane in the sky
January 14th, 2019

Good news for devoted Christian travelers: the days of baggage fees, and bibles lost in transit will soon be relics of a secular past. The non-profit private operator Judah 1, which has already delivered hundreds of missionaries and thousands of pounds of cargo worldwide from its Texas headquarters, has just received FAA approval to become the world’s first Christian airline. Continue reading