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Pat Robertson: D.C. earthquake ‘means we’re closer to the coming of the Lord’

The U.S. Geological Survey says a fifth aftershock from Tuesday’s earthquake in Virginia was recorded early Thursday morning. Pat Robertson, … Continued

God and the old Brooklyn Dodgers

Morry Gash AP Los Angeles Dodgers’ Rod Barajas scores from second on a hit by Jamey Carroll during the seventh … Continued

Did Obama’s visit heal Gabrielle Giffords?

Shortly after President Barack Obama visited wounded Arizona Rep. Gabriella Giffords in the hospital and prayed for her, “she opened … Continued

Talking faith with President George W. Bush

It was my honor to interview President George W. Bush for a two-part Focus on the Family broadcast airing today … Continued

“Justice Still Denied” — My mini-sermon at Lincoln Memorial “One Nation” Service

I was asked by the organizers of yesterday’s ”One America Working Together,” rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington to give … Continued

A Rosh Hashanah resolution for Labor Day: helping workers

By Jeremy Burton This September 8th at sundown Jewish communities around the world will begin our celebration of Rosh Hashanah, … Continued

Is Glenn Beck preaching Mormon ‘restoration’ theology?

“Does God speak through Glenn Beck?” While secularists at MSNBC smirk and some on the “permanent left” deride this question, … Continued

Yogathon: stretching bodies, stretching minds across America

By Dipka Bhambhani One small yoga stretch in Washington became one large Yogathon across America. While society seems largely secular … Continued

Bedbugs and the Theodicy Problem

The return of bedbugs to 21st-century urban America presents a most potent argument against the idea that everything in creation was planned by an intelligent designer.

The Lord God made us all

Q: Expensive and time-consuming efforts are being made to rescue and rehabilitate animals threatened by the Gulf oil spill. Do … Continued

Obama seeks God’s blessing in gulf storm

The most poignant and unexpected moment of President Obama’s address to the nation Tuesday night about the Gulf oil spill … Continued

People need power and your prayers

Q: The catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a widening environmental, economic and political crisis. Is it … Continued

Praying for the Gulf Coast

By Shari Prestemonexecutive director, Back Bay Mission Biloxi, Miss. Many Back Bay Mission supporters and friends have written and called … Continued

God the punisher of children?

God the Punisher is at it again. First he punished America (children and all) on 9/11 because of its tolerance … Continued

Haiti and the hypocrisy of Christian theology

We know what caused the catastrophe in Haiti. It was the bumping and grinding of the Caribbean Plate rubbing up … Continued

Pat Robertson’s dated theology

Q: Many have criticized Pat Robertson’s suggestion that the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti was the work of the devil or … Continued

Martin Luther King’s other dream: Economic justice for all

By John GehringCatholics in Alliance for the Common Good Forty-two years ago, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. went … Continued

Haiti, the devil and Pat Robertson

By David Waters Pat Robertson is at it again. The purported Christian minister who suggested assassinating Venezuela leader Hugo Chavez … Continued

Rick Warren: Soup Nazi or soup, grazie?

By Larry Rosspresident, A. Larry Ross Communications “No soup for you!” bellowed the Soup Nazi, the legendary character from the … Continued

People of faith are citizens, too

Q: U.S. Catholic bishops are defending their direct involvement in congressional deliberations over health-care reform, saying that church leaders have … Continued