While thousands were mourning for the loss of 49 victims at the Orlando shooting on Sunday, one controversial pastor from Phoenix instead posted a video online, expressing that the victims inside the gay club were "disgusting homosexuals" and that there were now "50 less pedophiles in this world" thanks to the horrendous shooting.Read More
Young Earth Creationist Ken Ham may not believe that aliens exist but what he does believe in suggests humans are not alone in the universe. So Ham advises scientists to seek God instead of non-existing aliens.Read More
Amos Yee, a 17-year-old Singaporean blogger who caught media attention last year for his radical social media posts, has been slapped with eight new charges, six of which are for allegedly hurting religious feelings.Read More
The approach of the summer season only inspires a new boycott petition against Target retail store calling on those who are opposed to the transgender bathroom policy to avoid buying summer clothes from the company.Read More
Candace Payne, the laughing woman behind the Chewbacca mask viral Facebook video that amassed nearly 140 million views in just a few days, has revealed that her contagious laughter and joy comes from her deep faith in Jesus Christ.Read More
Evangelical Republican political candidate Mike Webb has been severely criticized after posting a screenshot on his Facebook page on Monday, May 16 that revealed a couple of porn tabs left open.Read More
Target's sales and shares are reportedly going down, although the retail giant maintains that it is not, for the most part, due to the boycott lodged against its transgender-friendly bathroom policy.Read More
Family-owned Ta-Bou bikini brand launched its 38th anniversary ad featuring a model posing by and holding a crudely made crucifix. Its caption reads: "Not like Jesus or Alexander! We continue ..."Read More
A 22-year-old Palestinian makeup artist was arrested last month by Israeli police on charges of incitement over a Facebook post hailing a bus bombing by a Hamas-affiliated suicide that killed several Israelis.Read More
Nuns belonging to the Sisters of Charity are being asked to agree to contracts that would prevent them from "interfering" in the operations of the new National Maternity Hospital that would be built on the land owned by the religious order.
A student who was suspected of being involved in the lynching of another student in a Pakistani university claimed that the school officials asked him to testify that the victim had committed blasphemy.