Scientists have poked a pinhole into the space-time continuum, achieving something that before, only Spock could do.3 comments
Many people across the globe live on pennies a day. It’s involuntary – homelessness, poverty, hunger and all the deprivations that go with having no money. But what person would choose a life where you live on nothing at all – literally, not a cent – to your name?Shine.com reports that Heidemarie Schwermer, a 69-year-old German woman, did exactly that – for 16 years.1 comments
Millions of Catholics ignored terror threats Monday and flooded the streets of Manila during the procession of the Feast of the Black Nazarene. Almost 1,000 were injured in the scramble to get near a religious icon.5 comments
An image of a bride and groom in the crosshairs of a sniper’s scope has ignited a war of words between gay activists and Christians.36 comments
Show your electronics that Jesus saves and ring in the New Year with a piece of Jesus toast; freshen your breath with one of the famous Testa-Mints (found in your nearest Christian bookstore) before slapping on your Jesus Save sandals to go buy a bobblehead football Jesus.9 comments
Technology bloggers and journalists covering consumer electronics are attempting to unravel the mystery of the Apple's rumored smart TV. Fox News reports that the late Steve Jobs said the smart TV will have "the simplest user interface you can imagine."
Thousands of Christians around the world joined with worshippers in Washington and Bethlehem Saturday for the annual Bethlehem Prayer Service in Washington, D.C., and simultaneously in Bethlehem.
The Alliance Defense Fund is the latest to enter the controversy over a religious Christmas carol being used in a school holiday program, sending a letter backing the school in inclusion of “Silent Night,” according to an ADF report issued Friday.
A purse thief has been hitting churches in the Washington Metropolitan Area. At least 10 churches in and around Bethesda, Md., have reported a bandit who walks in during Sunday church services and steals wallets and purses4 comments
These Christmas tree ornaments will blow your family away. The Swedish Army Museum in Stockholm is selling ornaments shaped like hand grenades to raise money for Christian Aid, a charity that fights poverty and aids in disaster relief, Swedish news agency The Local reported.
Osama bin Laden is making headlines once again. His death was rated the No. 1 religion news story of the year, according to leading religion journalists.3 comments
A deadly religion is passing off as “Christian” and has been for more than a century. Not just spiritual death, but literal death as well; hundreds of people have died as a result of disease untreated because a Christian Scientist will tell you, sickness is only an illusion.
A Catholic high school’s fan section has resurrected Moses. The Central Catholic high school in Lawrence, Mass, has a clever, involved fan section that always comes up with interesting ideas to cheer their team1 comments
There is now a camera that takes pictures faster than the speed of light. Scientists at MIT have created an ultrafast imaging system that captures light as it passes through liquids and objects, creating a snapshot in less than two-trillionths of a second.
Two rules to avoid family blowouts at holiday gatherings: don’t bring up politics and don’t bring up religion. For proof, just look to Eric Bolling’s show on Fox Business News, where the host booted an atheist leader off the show Monday night for “denigrating the name of Jesus.”241 comments