The Trump-supporting congresswoman was speaking at a Republican Party dinner.
The video resurfaced after GOP Governors Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott sent dozens of migrants this week to Democratic-led cities.
The California congressman stood silent for more than 20 seconds during a speech attack the GOP for passing bills targeting the LGBTQ community.
As we approach Easter this weekend, several efforts are afoot to explain Jesus to a 21st-century world. The best-known is the seven-part TV series "The Chosen."
The retired general described the House select committee investigating January 6 as the "insurrection persecution by Nancy Pelosi."
Pastor Geoffrey Guns argued the blood of Jesus protects against sins and vaccines protect against COVID-19.
The former president's son told a group of young conservatives that biblical teachings have "gotten us nothing."
There are several astronomical explanations for the inclusion of the Christmas Star in festive stories.
The ad, which popped up in Marjorie Taylor Greene's congressional district, includes a quote purporting to be from the Bible.
Think your workouts are hard? Well, take a look at this video of a man doing push-ups on water, which has shocked many online.
Every year, Christians celebrate the Epiphany, which takes place 12 days after Christmas, on January 6.
"I might actually be Christ coming back for a second time in the form of an imperfect man," pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wood allegedly told his former law partners in a recorded conversation.
The televangelist had incorrectly tweeted how to light a menorah on Wednesday.
A woman in Greenville, South Carolina ranted at a police officer after she was pulled over while driving a vehicle decked out in posters and flags expressing opposition to COVID-19 testing.
As part of a wave of statue vandalism, one Miami church found a effigy of Jesus torn from its base with its head cut off, police are investigating.
"Let's please spread awareness and wake people up to the Christianophobic garbage," a petition on Change.org read about the upcoming film.
Almost one third of Black Americans believe that "white Jesus" should be removed from churches across the country, according to a new poll.
Shaun King called "Christian whiteness" both "violent" and "dangerous" after calling for the removal of light-skinned depictions of Jesus.
"Yes, I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down," Shaun King tweeted. "They are a form of white supremacy. Always have been."
"For us to not have services due to a virus would be for us to go against our extremely strong convictions of the power of God to protect," Awaken Church in Arkansas wrote in a Facebook post.
The ancient marble tablet warned grave robbers to say away from tombs.
"They think they are more moral and smarter than the rest of us," Jerry Falwell, the president of Liberty University, complained to Fox & Friends.
"During that sham trial, Pontius Pilate afforded more rights to Jesus than Democrats afforded this president in this process," Congressman Barry Loudermilk argued Wednesday.
Representative Barry Loudermilk said that Democrats were more unfair to Trump than Pilate was to Jesus Christ.
A Southern California Church put up a Nativity display that uses the religious symbolism of Jesus' birth to draw attention to the plight of migrants at the border.
Natalia Guerra allowed her two-day-old son to be burned alive after a cult's leader declared him the Antichrist.
The new comic by writer Ales Kot and artist Robert Sammelin is part of the upcoming slate from new publisher Artists Writers & Artisans.
"There's no, 'love the sinner, hate the sin,' it's just, you really are loved."
"Jesus is a superhero, not this superhero," said David Brody of the Christian Broadcast Network.