R.R. Reno, First Things editor, and Michael Matheson Miller, PovertyCure director, discuss Pope Francis' take on free market capitalism.» Read More
The next four decades will be full of the unexpected, since we live in an era of particularly rapid change. But Megachange is something to be embraced, not feared. Here's why.
Rick Santorum's brand of deeply conservative Catholicism makes him popular with evangelicals in Michigan, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Couples in India may be getting a break from Hindu extremists on this Valentine’s Day, but they will find pursuing love is more expensive this year. The New York Times reports.
Lowe's home improvement is working towards recovering its reputation after discrimination accusations for pulling its ads from TLC's "All-American Muslim" reality show, with Eric Dezenhall, Dezenhall Resources crisis management expert.
Discussing whether Mitt Romney's Mormon faith will be a problem for his candidacy, with Rev. Robert Jeffress, First Baptist Church of Dallas, and Ralph Reed, Faith & Freedom Coalition chairman
The market is tanking. The economy is headed for a double-dip. What's your move, America?
What are some of the classic country songs about Jack Daniel’s whiskey? Click to find out.
If all the brightest minds in Harrisburg’s government can’t solve the city’s financial problems, maybe God can.
Pentecost, from the Ancient Greek pentếkosta, meaning fiftieth, is the Christian holiday celebrating the Holy Spirit descending on the Apostles fifty days after Easter.
Ignition Entertainment is finishing work on "El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron," based on the Book of Enoch, an ancient text that, while not a part of either the Jewish or Christian canon, is printed in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
As crestfallen followers of a California preacher who foresaw the world's end strained to find meaning in their lives, Harold Camping revised his apocalyptic prophecy Monday, saying he was off by five months and the Earth actually will be obliterated on Oct. 21.
Where were you on the day the world didn't end? Did you, like many thousands of others, turn to a social network and confess to the world something you had kept hidden? Did you laugh it off and make jokes about not having to go to work Monday?
It's a modern day Noah's arc, a luxury shelter fully equipped with everything from an entertainment theater to an exercise room. If you can fork up between $25,000 to $50,000, this could be your home away from home should disaster strike.
May 21 is the new doomsday and everyone is preparing in their own special way: Believers are out spreading the word. Atheists are planning a picnic. And some entrepreneurial types are offering to buy your stuff.
the New York Times reports.
Don’t make too many plans for Saturday, May 21, 2011. According to Family Radio president Harold Camping, the Rapture is happening that day. Click to see 14 more spectacularly wrong predictions.
Talk about defending the brand: Christian writers are coming down on end of the world predicter Harold Camping with the fervor of Disney lawyers quashing a Mickey Mouse painting at a daycare center.
No one is sure if the world will really end, at least not next year. Presumably at some point, though, it will. How do you think it will happen?
"Gold has been a useful store of value for 6,500 years,” says one observer of the gold bug crowd. “Uncertainty causes people to see stable value, and gold provides that confidence.”
The 2012-ers have pulled together archaeology, New Age spirituality, UFO stories about extraterrestrial, and left-field understandings about science to produce a prophecy that something Really Big will happen on December 21, 2012. Read our FAQ — everything you need to know about Apocalypse 2012.