May the Lord be with you.
May the Lord be with you.
To understand who Kendrick is, you have to understand what he believes. Parsing prominent religious themes in the life and music of hip-hop’s most unconventional new superstar.
The boy author of the best-selling book The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven admitted he didn’t actually go to heaven. So the publisher won’t sell the book anymore.
It rebukes international reporting, “Nowhere did I suggest that Hillsong supported gay marriage.”
Shorten’s time to stand up on LGBT issues.
In the name of the Diego, the Armando, and the Maradona. Amen.
Adelaide protestors break barricades.
The pregnant Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death over her Christian faith last month was freed and rearrested as she tried to leave Sudan.
The woman had been sentenced to death by hanging for converting to Christianity, but now will go free after the sentence sparked international outrage.
No biblical film has come close to Noah’s $44 million opening weekend since The Passion of the Christ. And it is just one of several Bible-themed movies making an impact at the box office.
Jesus glides for your sins. Comics by Cyanide & Happiness.
The Bible teaches us to delight in our spouses. That’s just what the Carters are doing.
My body started falling apart, then I lost my job. A red-faced rhesus macaque and a bout of dysentery helped me find my path.
This week for BuzzReads, Gemma de Choisy profiles a rural pastor who’s fighting the law to continue handling deadly snakes. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and the rest of the web.
As part of a traditional Appalachian sect, the 22-year-old church leader illegally handled venomous snakes — and starred on the reality TV show Snake Salvation — until wildlife authorities seized them all. Risking his life and his livelihood, he’s taking a stand in the name of Jesus, and, he argues, in the name of religious freedom.
Damn, this is some dark scrapbooking.
“Her discography is able to tell every part of the story we wanted to tell,” said the creator of “SPEARS.”
Those diligent Sunday schoolers who did extra reading were likely rewarded with NIGHTMARES.
After seven years in the adult industry, hundreds of films and attempted suicide, Brittni Ruiz knew she wanted out. She just didn’t know how. This is her story.
Kylie Bisutti is now a partner in God Inspired Clothing, which “[makes] it easier for Christians to share their faith” through Bible verse-emblazoned skinny jeans and tank tops. See photos of the collection here.
The bloodiest edit wars of them all.
Bisutti, who says she quit modeling to be a better Christian, tells the New York Post a tale of Biblical proportions.
WARNING: This post is not for religious people!
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).
An exciting Bible seminar.
In some Christian communities, parents seek out spouses for their children. And according to some experts, the process — in which couples date only after they’ve committed to marry — might not be a bad idea.
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.
Or Jesus, the missing link of Nickelback? Jesus, your local Starbucks barista? Where have you seen this Jesus recently?
Newsweek’s main story this week is about Christianity in America being in crisis. This is their cover.
On “Face The Nation,” Santorum says his comments doubting Obama’s faith were taken out of context.