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It is being reported that 'The Amazing Spiderman 3' movie will not make its premiere until four years from now, presumably to make way for three spin-off films of the movie. It is said that 'The Amazing Spiderman 2's not so impressive box office earnings and lukewarm reception among critics may have been instrumental in changing Sony's priorities when it comes to releasing the film.
The Miami Heat was unable to keep the services of LeBron James this summer, with the superstar now having returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the upcoming new season. Losing a player of that caliber obviously sets off a few alarm bells, however, most pundits would agree that even with the loss of James, the Heat still look like one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.
Warner Bros. is set to release a new upcoming "Tarzan" movie on June 1, 2016. The film will be a 3D action-adventure work by director David Yates and will be based off of Edgar Rice Burrougs' "Tarzan" novel.
FX's horror anthology TV series "American Horror Story" has taken its viewers to the hideous worlds of a mental asylum, a haunted house, and a coven of witches. Now, as the fourth season of the show is drawing near, we find out that creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck will bring fans to the quiet little town of Jupiter, Florida circa 1952.
"Black Jesus," a live-action comedy series airing on Adult Swim, drew swift condemnation before its premiere in early August. Some Christians blasted Aaron McGruder's satirical portrayal of their lord and savior as a weed-smoking, foul-mouthed black man living in Compton, California. They called "Black Jesus" blasphemous, disrespectful to African Americans, and just all around a bad idea. But others, who have viewed more than the trailer that sparked much of the hullabaloo, say "Black Jesus" is not all that bad — and certainly not worth mounting a boycott against.
The owners of a New York farm, who were fined $13,000 for "discriminating" against same-sex couples by refusing wedding service to a lesbian couple due to their religious convictions, have now decided not to hold any marriage ceremonies even though it will likely hurt their business.
A 22-year-old man calling himself the "Dark Lord" was arrested in Prescott, Arizona after he reportedly set fire to a Bible on the steps of a rescue mission then urinated on it in an attempt to "curse Christians".
United States Secretary of State John Kerry called on the government of Iran Friday to release American prisoners Pastor Saeed Abedini, Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and Amir Hekmati who has been accused of espionage.
Pastors are being encouraged to take advantage of the current popularity of faith-based and faith-related movies by attending the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles from Sept. 12 to 13, by the event's founder and executive director John David Ware.
People sometimes ask, "What will we know in heaven? Will we recognize each other?" That question always amazes me. As if we're going to forget everything—or be walking around in a fuzzy cloud of semi-awareness! We still will love, but our love will be perfected. We still will think and remember, but our thoughts will be perfected too. We certainly will know each other in heaven—and infinitely better than we knew each other on earth.
Ever since Ben Carson famously criticized President Barack Obama's health care policies during a speech at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, many conservatives have rallied behind the retired neurosurgeon's conservative, anti-big government rhetorics and urged him to run for president in 2016. But despite passionate support among his fans, how will he overcome the fact that he has no political experience?
Victoria Osteen, wife of megachurch preacher and New York Times bestselling author Joel Osteen is now facing withering criticism online for a viral video clip in which she is shown telling congregants at Lakewood Church that obedience, worship and church attendance is not for God but themselves.
An appeals court in Germany has ruled that a family court's decision to keep legal custody of four children away from their parents, Dirk and Petra Wunderlich, was wrong, and ordered that complete custody be returned to the family. However, the court maintained that homeschooling endangers children and they should go to school.
For the second time a federal judge has ruled against Texas' abortion regulations, citing that a majority of abortion clinics would close because owners refuse to upgrade their facilities to meet basic health and safety standards that were set to go into effect Monday.
Candace Benson and Geoffrey Golden beat out countless contestants to become the final two remaining singers in BET's "Sunday Best" gospel music competition, yet both vocalists are younger than a quarter century.
The pastors of the Restored Church in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania who took out a controversial billboard on Wednesday are responding to the criticism they've recieved.
A person cannot experience miracles without being in a dire situation that requires one, says Mark Batterson, lead pastor of National Community Church in Washington, D.C.
In Great Britain, the Liberal Democrat party is proposing that "age appropriate" sex education classes be introduced to include internet porn and social media for students as young as seven years old.
Galatians 5:1 tells us "Christ has truly set us free" (NLT). The reason we can know genuine freedom is that Jesus "has granted to us everything pertaining to life and godliness, through the true knowledge of Him who called us" (2 Peter 1:3).