What are your favorite easter treats?
What are your favorite easter treats?
2.2 billion Christians are praying for salvation.
Freds say the darndest things!
Bills are being proposed in California and Congress with the hope of stopping the beatings, sexually predatory behavior, and hard labor that David Wernsman and Rebecca Lopez, who are both gay, faced at privately-run treatment facilities for “troubled” teens. “I was 17, and sent away because I was gay.”
Bomb blasts near two churches in the city of Lahore killed 10 people and injured at least 50, the BBC reported.
Warning: You’re going to hell just for reading this.
Then they casually dropped some democracy lessons that we could all do well to learn.
Veronica Partridge’s blog post about her decision to stop wearing leggings or yoga pants in public is making a lot of people angry.
Many are outraged that the adult film star wore a hijab in one of her videos.
“A dreidel is… a giant spoon???” “No… that’s a ladle.”
Delete the devil’s cookies, Jesus!
Find out where you fit on the God Squad.
After Pastor John Pavlovitz published “If I Have Gay Children: Four Promises From a Christian Pastor/Parent,” Rabbi Avi Katz Orlow was inspired to write out his own promises.
Check all that apply.
“I’ve never fully been myself, I’ve always been living a lie.”
“You know, God neva send me, his Boy, inside da world fo punish da peopo.”
Watch anime, love Jesus. The Lord is my OTP.
A breakdown of Congress’ religious makeup. One nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.
A shift from offense to defense in the culture war. “We’re not some sort of moral majority in American culture,” says Moore.
A Fox News host this weekend questioned why a religious scholar who was Muslim would write a book about Jesus. The nerve, right?
Rex Elsass built a Republican empire on his faith. But he found himself battling his closest allies over his immortal soul.
His basis for not wanting you to watch boils down to him believing it’s impossible to be a good Christian if you watch the show.
Rachel Held Evans has made some fellow evangelicals angry by trying to follow all the Bible’s instructions for women (spoiler: some contradict each other).
The BDSM bestseller has been a much-vaunted hit among women, but there’s one group who’s not convinced. Some female Christian writers say the BDSM bestseller corrupts minds and destroys marriages, and they’re urging the faithful not to read it.
Earlier this week, Christian groups protested Lady Gaga’s concert in the Phillippines. Now, Islamic fundamentalists in Indonesia are doing the same.
Anyone who’s seen Cameron’s accidental 2008 masterpiece “Fireproof” has to be stoked for his next filmic endeavor — a cinematic field trip that Mike Seaver hopes will “guide us back to the foundation of America’s success.” “Monumental” will hit theaters for one night only, March 27.
It’s not as hot as it sounds. On a chilly night in Grapevine, Texas, last week Reverend Ed Young and wife Lisa fired up the webcam and got under the covers on top of their Fellowship Church to promote “bring[ing] God back into the bed,” by having sex seven days straight. [Spoiler alert: They didn’t have sex that night.]
One day these children will look back on their childhood and remember why they hate their parents and Fergie. But mostly Fergie. (via jest.com)
He took Tebow’s name in vain. Bill Maher, noted atheist, profanely tweeted about the loss Tim Tebow and the Broncos suffered at the hands of the Buffalo Bills on Christmas Eve. Fox News was not amused. An online effort by Tebow’s many minions has been launched to get HBO to cancel “Real Time With Bill Maher.”
Oh New Zealand, you so crazy. A progressive Anglican church in Auckland put up this provocative billboard for Christmas.