Have you ever eaten something that turned your stomach? This is exactly how Jesus feels about lukewarm people.
An influential aboriginal tribal group in southern India has lodged a formal police complaint seeking penal action against missionaries for allegedly converting more than 1,000 original indigenous families to Christianity by "allurement" and "brainwashing."
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has announced that his radio show, which is heard three hours a day on over 200 radio stations across the United States, is ending on Dec. 12, as he is preparing for some "new endeavors."
A new poll has indicated that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may be the top contenders for their respective parties' tickets in the race for the 2016 presidential nominations.
Hoping to challenge his congregation's beliefs on poverty, a Mormon Bishop transformed himself into a homeless man and loitered outside the church before service started last Sunday.
A West Virginia pastor has been accused of sexually abusing and assaulting his 7-year-old niece.
President Barack Obama issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation on Tuesday, and some people say it contains an allusion to gay relationships.
As we experience more of the unpleasant realities of the Affordable Care Act, Americans are questioning, finally, the forthrightness and honesty of their president in his selling of this law.
Radio commentator Rush Limbaugh attacked Pope Francis' letter, condemning the pope's comments on the "new tyranny" of "unfettered capitalism" as uninformed and somehow planted by the Marxist movement.
Gabriel Granados, 53, suffered a massive electric shock while working at a construction site in 2011 that left him so badly burned doctors were forced to cut off both his hands below the elbow. Thanks to the marvel of modern medicine, however, Granados is sporting a new pair of arms and hands he got last May.
As millions of Americans go to the stores for frenzied shopping on the day after Thanksgiving, a group of Texas churches have sought to provide an alternative.
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A British man who has been accused of keeping three women as slaves, reportedly claimed he was Jesus to his followers.
A book of Psalms, dating back from 1640, has sold for $14.2 million on Tuesday and is believed to have set a new auction record for printed books.
It was "a f--ked up accident" a grieving Adele Bing, 52, reportedly told police after she was arrested for killing her only daughter Ruby Bing, 25, as she held her 4-month-old baby at her doorstep Monday.
Some fans of NBC's hit show "The Voice" took to social media to express their anger after the word "Lord" was not included in a performance of the hymn "Will the Circle be Unbroken?" on Tuesday's episode.
Christian persecution and the cultural fear of public expressions of faith are signs of the end times, Pope Francis declared in a homily on Thursday.
A new bill in the state of New Jersey is seeking to ban drivers from snacking, smoking, gawking, in fact, doing just about anything that might distract their attention from the road. Some critics of the proposal, however, think the pitch might be a difficult sell.
This week, ABC Nightline featured a married couple with their own TV show – not about duck hunting or crazy stunts, but about their "open" love-life, where both husband and wife sleep around, supposedly without jealousy.
The 2014 People's Choice Awards may be the scene of a minor skirmish in the United States' culture wars, as a miniseries based on the Holy Bible will go up against an LGBT-themed television movie.