A U.S. man claiming to be a missionary was arrested in Uganda after repeatedly assaulting and berating a hotel staff member in the name of “Jesus.”
Trump-loving megachurch pastor and author Robert Jeffress took to Twitter on Sunday to express his disagreement with Pope Francis, who released a statement last week clarifying the Catholic Church’s anti-capital punishment position. The Pope noted that “there is an increasing awareness that the dignity of the person…
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that the Department of Justice is creating a “religious liberty task force.”
Southern Baptist megachurch pastor and Donald Trump “adviser” Robert Jeffress— the guy who delivered a prayer at the recent opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem—took to his second-favorite pulpit—Fox News—to explain how evangelicals could justify their continued support of a serially lying and adulterous…
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin did something good on Friday and then two things that are really bad.
On Sunday, Pastor Andy Savage received a standing ovation at the Memphis megachurch Highpoint as he confessed from the pulpit to the “sin” of a “sexual incident” with a 17-year-old girl 20 years ago. Last night, he gave an hour-long interview in which he spun the assault as the result of a “flirtatious environment” at…
The Supreme Court announced Monday it will not hear two challenges to a Mississippi law that permits businesses and government workers with “sincerely held religious beliefs or moral convictions” to deny services to LGBTQ people, like issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of Jesus, Salvator Mundi, passed through the hands of some of Europe’s most powerful rulers on its path to Christie’s auction house, where it sold for $450 million last night. This is what Jesus would have wanted.
Legal scholar Donald Trump has weighed in on Twitter presumably about a lawsuit in Texas filed by three churches seeking federal hurricane relief funds. In the tweet, Trump sided with the churches and against the interests of his own administration.
Former presidential adviser Steve Bannon is back in the news nearly one month after he was deposed from his White House position in August.
There are politicians who are low-down, good-for-nothing assholes. And then there’s House Speaker Paul Ryan, an elected Republican so craven he is fine with grandstanding about the Second Amendment to a man whose father was killed by a white supremacist.
In 2005, at its annual meeting in Washington, D.C., the National Association of Evangelicals was on the verge of doing something novel: affirming science. Specifically, the 30-million-member group, which represents 51 Christian denominations, was debating how to advance a new platform called “For the Health of a Nation