Accusations of hypocrisy were bound to be made over a gay shop owner's refusing service to a Christian anti-abortion group.
I learned this morning that Mrs. G, one of the most loving women I knew from church, passed away after a long battle with multiple sclerosis and cancer.
The death this week of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner brought about a very disappointing response from some Christians on the notion of going to Hell.
Last week, I wrote about Kirk Cameron's view of hurricanes as examples of God's power being put on display. What if He has a better way?
The end-times are coming and apparently faster than we thought: numerologists say they've figured out the end of the world begins on Sept. 23.
Actor Kirk Cameron took to social media and delivered some hurricane comments focused on God's power that left some people scratching their heads.
I'm getting tired of hearing some Christians make comments about God and hurricanes being used as 'judgment' or a 'message.'
A pair of belief statements illustrates the differences between traditional and progressive Christian perspectives and both sides are throwing stones.
The rare total eclipse of the sun came and went this week, with some occasional outlandish claims by Christians about hidden meanings.
I received a message a while back asking about my qualifications to express my faith opinions on my blog since I didn't possess a theological degree.
A Facebook post from a pastor I follow illustrates a disturbing trend among some Christians who look forward to fellow Christians suffering in judgment.