Brad Pitt Explains His Evolving Thoughts on Religion. a New Study Shows Just How Much Nonreligious People Hate the Term “Thoughts and Prayers.” and Netflix Gets Exclusive Streaming Rights to ‘Seinfeld’.
There are small signs that Muslims and Christians might be working toward peace in Nigeria. A monastery in Belgium is launching a website to sell the world’s “best beer”. And The Avett Brothers are back with a brand-new song.
We’ve got our first look at a new Jim Gaffagin-featuring thriller about a snake-handling church. New York City has ended religious exemptions for vaccinations. And the first reviews for Toy Story 4 are in.
A well-known church leader has been released from Chinese custody. How Finland solved its homelessness problem. And Questlove showed his support for a certain Instagram account at the Shaft premiere.
Jon Stewart slams Congress for ignoring 9/11 first responders. A humanitarian aid worker’s trial in the U.S. comes to a close. Matt Chandler has responded to a New York Times story about how his church mishandled abuse allegations.
New shocking claims about Dr. King’s history draw extra scrutiny from experts. A Christian organization will continue to fund migrant education, even if Trump pulls its funding. And Radiohead’s response to a hacker’s blackmail.
A new report accuses Village Church of mishandling an abuse allegation. A man may face up to 20 years in prison for helping immigrants. And Steven Spielberg’s new scary show can only be watched at night.
When They See Us has led to real, tangible consequences for New York prosecutor Linda Fairstein. Joe Biden's flip-flop on the Hyde Amendment has him under pressure from both sides of the abortion debate. And the internet is up in arms over Jezebel’s...
We sorting fact from fiction in the story of a Dutch teen who was reportedly euthanized, go inside the story of Arizona churches who say they’re being harassed for helping immigrants, and a Django Unchained sequel is on the way—and you won’t...
Warriors coach Steve Kerr has called for gun law reform. The debate around David Platt’s prayer for President Trump continues. And YouTube is tightening its restrictions against hate speech.
The president of Planned Parenthood is under fire for a misleading statistic. A new investigation into the SBC uncovers new claims of sexual misconduct. And Aladdin star Naomi Scott opens up about her faith.
David Platt prayed over Donald Trump when the president made a surprise appearance at his church. New Hampshire became the latest state to abolish the death penalty. And Jay Z has become the first rapper to make a billion dollars.
Kirk Franklin opens up about how his collaboration with Kanye got started. A new study explains how the politicization of of the church may be contributing to dwindling numbers, particularly among younger generations. And some new details on Ava...
ICE deports a Lutheran student pastor. Beth Moore says there’s no such thing as a “godly misogynist.” And some good news from Jeopardy host Alex Trebek.
MacKenzie Bezos is donating half of her multi-billion dollar fortune to charity, a few Navy pilots say they reported UFO sightings “almost daily” and why movies starring actors of color keep over-performing at the box office.
The Ark Encounter Museum has filed a lawsuit over rain damages, the next fetal heartbeat abortion bill might be signed into law by a Democrat and a new CCM supergroup is on the way.
The Internet’s Most Notorious Pick-Up Artist Claims He’s Turning From His Ways After Becoming a Christian, a Church Says It’ll Pay for Cohabitating Couples to Tie the Knot and Ava DuVernay Explains How Netflix’s Business Model Inadvertently...
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