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Duck Dynasty star Alan Robertson can be seen vehemently defending his dad, Phil Robertson, and his views on homosexuality in a new YouTube video.

Minister Alan, the eldest of Phil's four Robertson sons, called his father "a 21st Century prophet" at a speech in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.

Phil Robertson doubled down last month on the homophobic views he famously shared with GQ with a fiery sermon at his church on Easter Sunday.

The Duck Dynasty patriarch quoted from the scripture in lambasting the homosexual offenders and criticizing the media response to his interview.

Alan, the beardless Duck Dynasty brother, then spoke up for his father at a religious event earlier this month, even likening Phil to John the Baptist.

According to Alan, Phil "has the heart and mindset of a prophet" with his "long hair, long beard ... naturally camouflaged, he ate off the land and he pointed people to Christ."

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Toni Braxton suffered a major wardrobe malfunction last August.

But now the singer is revealing a part of herself that cuts deeper than any exposed butt crack:

In a new memoir, Braxton opens up about a past abortion and how that decision has significantly affected her present and her future.

Toni Braxton Book Shill

The artist says God gave her 11-year-old son, Diezel, autism as punishment for his mother having an abortion over a decade ago.

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By the power vested in me, I now pronounce you Husband and Wife. You may kiss the bride... PSYCH!

So we imagine the pastor in the following image saying before he totally ruins this couple's magical wedding moment.

Pastor Photobomb

Seriously... WTH, Father?!?

At least when this dude in a Speedo walked through the background of a man and woman's wedding portrait, he did so by accident.

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Justin Bieber may love Seth Rogen movies... but the singer REALLY loves God.

Bieber is featured in the following video, a teaser that pushes Brandon Burke‘s #iPledge campaign in which he’s trying to raise one million pledges for The Big Guy Upstairs.

Toward the end, Burke sits with this mega star and listens in as Bieber expresses awe and admiration over God.

"God loved the world so much he gave up his own son, right?” Justin says. “Imagine, like, someone killing your son. Like a bunch of people killing your [son]. These are your people, right? It’s like, how are you killing my son?

"That’s my son. It’s gonna be hard for you to forgive. God forgave everyone and they killed his son. That shows how much grace God has."

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Yesterday marked 4/20 and Easter, making it one of those rare times where folks celebrated the rebirth of Jesus Christ and the relaxing effects of marijuana.

Thanks to Hershey's, though, one could actually combine these occasions, as that candy company actually came out with a chocolate crucifix.

How else can one honor Jesus while also satisfying one's craving for munchies?

A Chocolate Crucifix

According to the official Item Description on Walmart.com, Hershey's Solid Milk Chocolate Cross "is the perfect gift for Easter."

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Catholic League president Bill Donohue will not be raising a pint of Guinness in honor of St. Patrick’s Day this week.

With Sam Adams, Guinness, and Heineken all having opted NOT to sponsor the St. Patrick’s Day parades in New York and Boston this week - because those in charge barred LGBT groups from participating - Donohue has called for a boycott of all three companies.

“None of these companies believe in diversity,” Donohue wrote on the Catholic League website, not trying to be ironic.

Yummy Guinness

"No gay person has ever been barred from marching in any St. Patrick’s Day parade, anymore than the parade bans pro-life Catholics or vegetarian Catholics," he added.

"They simply cannot march under their own banner. The parade has one cause: honoring St. Patrick. Those who disagree do not have to march - that’s what diversity is all about."

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Sadie Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame says fame is transient, but faith is forever. Wise beyond her years, the Louisiana teenager strives to remain grounded.

Sadie Robertson, John Luke Robertson

While Miley Cyrus makes news for Twerking and posing topless and Justin Bieber acts like a jerk around the clock, this youngster is going the opposite route.

"I think people use fame as an excuse to lose their faith," said Sadie (above, with brother John Luke). "Faith is obviously my number one priority."

"I think you need to put God at the top."

The overnight success of her family's hit A&E show has put Robertson in the spotlight, and the teenager is using her fame to help promote family values.

If you watch Duck Dynasty online, you know this is the crux of the show for Sadie, parents Willie and Korie Robertson, and the rest of the family.

"When we began Duck Dynasty, we weren't starting it for fame," the 16-year-old Sadie said. "We started it to get the message of God out there."

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Candace Cameron-Bure wants her Facebook haters to know that she sees their comments and is not impressed with the vitriol regarding her religious beliefs.

Having joined the Dancing with the Stars cast for Season 18, the former Full House star is back in the spotlight, and for her, this hasn't been totally positive.

"[L]ately, as my FB page has been growing rapidly with new 'likes,' it’s becoming a sensitive issue for me to post because of the dread in my heart," she wrote.

"Knowing I am going to get discouraging comments," she says, makes it less fun to even post on her page, which has more than half a million Likes.

"[A]ll I see is a bunch of religious people throwing around bible verses attacking each other," she writes, with non-religious people then going after them for it.

Cameron defended her religious beliefs, but said that is is never her intention to make her Facebook page all about them or to cause any sort of controversy:

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Leah Remini is once again speaking out about her much-talked about decision to leave the Church of Scientology last summer. Why did she do it?

In an interview with Buzzfeed, she cites "dozens" of factors that led to her July 2013 exit, but none as important as her 9-year-old daughter, Sofia.

"She was getting to the age where the acclimation into the Church would have to start," Remini explains, referring to Scientology's "auditing" process.

That brought up memories of the actress' own experience with the Church as a child, and how it affected her relationship with her mother, Vicki.

Vicki moved the family to a Scientology compound in Clearwater, Fla., shortly before Remini's 10th birthday, and spent a lot of time at the Church.

"I started thinking of my own childhood and how I grew up resenting my mother because she was never home," she says of that time in her life.

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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) has vetoed legislation that would've allowed state businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples on religious grounds.

She said the Arizona "religious freedom" bill, which became a national talking point, had "the potential to create more problems than it purports to solve."

"Senate Bill 1062 does not address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty in Arizona," she said of the controversial bill passed this month.

"I have not heard one example of business owners' religious liberty [being] violated."

Brewer said she understands proponents' position, but believes passing such a bill would devastatingly divide Arizona in ways no one would ever want.

The Arizona state legislature passed the bill, known as SB 1062, last week.

Almost as soon as it did, it came under intense criticism from activists, lawmakers and business interests both in Arizona and across the nation.

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