Shows like “God Friended Me” and “Preacher” are throwing out good and evil — and making sense of faith in today's world.
Vesko Valchev is a former refugee you came to North America for freedom, what his found was a new outlook on life. Now he's teaching his wisdom to those seeking it.
Adapting Garth Ennis's Preacher for television has some of the same degree of difficulty as wrestling with God, so it's impressive that after the first few episodes, the adapter team is still standing.
"I thought, 'What are the coincidences of me speaking the last Sunday of his life?'"
Mike Birbiglia and Andre Royo were two of the festival's stars.
Preacher has had that effect ever since Garth Ennis started writing the multi-book series two decades ago. The TV series, which executive producers Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen said this week will premiere in May, does use the basic framework of the book.
Get ready for some unholy adventures in 2016.
Salvation was always such an important part of my upbringing. We were constantly begged, pushed, prodded and manipulated to go down the aisle. If I got saved once, I got saved a hundred times.
Seems like Jesse Custer (the Preacher) is the next perfect anti-hero to fill Walter White and Don Draper's shoes. "Preacher
My friend, you did not show up to be a pastor or a lawyer, journalist, or missionary, or a mechanic or server at Waffle House. You are here instead to awaken out of all illusions. The illusions cause the suffering.
In this exclusive What's Trending interview, Springfield, Mo., preacher Phil Snider speaks out about the story behind his City Council gay rights speech that went viral for its shocking twist ending.
Henry McNeal Turner was born a "free black" on February 1, 1834, in New Berry Court House, South Carolina, to Hardy Turner and Sarah Greer Turner. Even though born a free person, Turner still experienced the harsh reality of prejudice and racism.
For a sermon to be a public discourse, it takes a pastor and a congregation. In a community of faith, trust and openness, the conversation will develop organically between pastor and people.
Hey Bishop Eddie Long, who knew you had such creep potential? You're anti-gay and are adamant that homos are destroying the fabric of society. Don't you know by now that all this translates to one thing?
It doesn't take a preacher's son or an Oppo Man, as Marks likes to refer himself throughout his book, to realize the duplicity