Action role playing game, "Dragon Age: Inquisition" released its first DLC, "Jaws of Hakkon" Tuesday, treating players with a new dragon and other features.
Bioware, under games publisher Electronic Arts announced the release of "Jaws of Hakkon" its first ever downloadable content for role playing action video game, "Dragon Age: Inquisition," which gives players a chance to encounter a new dragon, as well as use brand new weapons and armor.
Players should expect the new DLC to bring the games' characters on a quest to seek a legendary dragon hunted eight hundred years ago by the last Inquisitor. The new content will reveal the fate of that Inquisitor, as well as unfold new territory featuring mountains and forests, with potential danger ready to spring at characters from the thick foliage. more >>
The Society of Edmonton Atheists revealed that it will be running ads on 10 buses for four weeks in the Edmonton area with a message that it's "good" for people to be "godless." The ads feature the famous painting "The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo, but with God erased.
The group explained in a statement that it chose the message for a number of reasons, part of which is to push back "against the myth that non-believers lack morality," and to support a "non-supernatural" view of reality that "encourages better informed decisions and is good for society." Similarly, one of the stated goals behind the ads is an effort to remove stigma of the word 'atheist.'"
For the artwork, the original of which is part of the Sistine Chapel's ceiling and features God giving Adam life, the group explained: "It's instantly recognizable which quickly conveys a message. Since these ads are on buses we wanted our message to be easily recognizable even if it passes by in quick traffic. We also think that it's a beautiful piece of artwork." more >>
CNN's compelling new series "Finding Jesus" is sparking conversations about the Bible across the nation and one pastor in Canada said the series has inspired his Sunday sermons.
"Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery," a six-part series, explores mysteries of the Bible by investigating science and archaeology in a bid to dispel myths and reaffirm facts about Christianity. During episode two, the documentary explored the identity of John the Baptist and his possible remains which set the basis for a recent sermon led by Toronto's Willowdale Pentecostal Church Senior Pastor Dan Disabatino.
"It's given us a format to follow and it's given us something to try to engage our congregation," Disabatino said of the popular series. "It's very well done and we're very impressed with the quality. … [So far] we've done two sermons over two Sundays." more >>
Carly Rae Jepsen, who co-penned and sang the hit single, "Call Me Maybe" has just released a brand new single over the weekend, and the new track, "I Really Like You." It s reported to be catchier than her previous hit.
Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen has recently put out another single that many fans have described to be as addictive to listen to, if not more so than her 2012 hit "Call Me Maybe."
"I Really Like You" marks the "Canadian Idol" Season Five runner up's first release in three years. The music video for the song, which was shot late last year during one of the coldest winters in New York, features fellow Canadian pop idol, Justin Bieber, and Academy Award winning actor, Tom Hanks. more >>
The Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim, pastor of the 3,000-member Light Korean Presbyterian Church in Toronto, has been missing for over a month after he failed to return home following a trip to North Korea.
Lisa Pak, official spokesperson for both the family of Rev. Lim and Light Korean Presbyterian, told The Christian Post that Jan. 31 was the last time the pastor had contact with those he knew in Canada.
"[Lim] left Toronto on Jan. 27 for Seoul, then flew to China and crossed over the northern border of North Korea into the Rajin region," explained Pak. more >>
What would Jesus do to promote his message as the Christ to Jews in first century Palestine? According to a tongue-in-cheek video from an ad agency, he might turn to a Canadian production company specializing in stunts.
In a video of "never-seen before original footage of the historic meeting leading to the biggest advertising stunt of all time," Jesus is shown sitting at a wooden table in a stone-hewn room with at least a dozen men gathered around him.
The subject of their discussion: what epic stunt Jesus should do next to increase awareness of his brand among the people. more >>