Most Popular News
Subscribe to updates
World Religion News
Recent Religion News
In the second season of The Story of God, Freeman, the Academy Award winning actor, makes a bold claim. He says all three major religions of the globe today, Judaism, Islam and Christianity, drew their tenets from one each other and another more ancient religion – Zoroastrianism. The latter is considered to be one of the oldest faiths in human history.
Carrie Underwood’s performance gives “thousands of unsaved or weak Millennials” the wrong idea of what the bible teaches about marriage says Pastor Wesley Wildmon.
A number of people were angered by the presence of Carrie Underwood at a religious conference because of her open acceptance of gay rights. Reverend Louie Giglio, the pastor and organizer of Passion 2017, received a letter from an angry Christian who was upset about Underwood leading congregation into worship.
Pew Research Center shared that 1 in 5 Americans post about their beliefs online. A company called Roust is working on a new site specifically created for debating hot topics like religion and politics. Do you think social networks are an appropriate place to talk about faith? Do you worry about offending others?
Tell us how you feel about the Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage ruling:
The TLC Network is airing a new reality television show called My Husband’s Not Gay, which features Mormon couples wherein the husbands are gay but have married women anyway, in their quest to follow their faith. Thousands have signed a petition that claiming the show promotes “the false and dangerous idea that gay people can and should choose to be straight in order to be part of their faith communities.”
Move over superheroes: 2014 is the year of Bible superstar movies! 2014 will cement the Bible’s status as more than just ancient stories told on paper as it transforms the boundaries of media and crosses into the modern silver screen territory more often than in years past. Here’s a look at 5 of the expected blockbuster Bible movies.
A&E Network recently suspended Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson after statements made about his beliefs on homosexuality in GQ Magazine.
A&E promptly suspended Robertson from the show, and then reversed their decision a few days later, reinstating the reality star. Do you think A&E should have suspended him in the first place?
Today’s world is fast-paced and ever-changing. Careers, families, politics, entertainment. The list of obligations and distractions go on and on.
In this hectic life: