A 1,000-year-old Bible has reportedly been recovered in Turkey after police detained smugglers trying to sell it along with other priceless artifacts.
The origin of the ancient Bible is not yet known, MailOnline reported, but police in the central city of Tokat said it only has 51 pages, is written in the old Assyriac language, and contains pictures of Jesus Christ made of gold leafs, along with other biblical figures.
A collection of jewelery and coins were also sized by police. more >>
Leaders from a Jewish group in Germany are expressing concerns about refugees stirring anti-Semitism.
Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that the Central Council of Jews in Germany has warned Chancellor Angela Merkel that many refugees "come from countries in which Israel is viewed as the enemy" and that "these prejudices are often projected onto Jews in general."
Merkel's Christian Democratic Union party responded that it is ready to combat anti-Semitism "resolutely." more >>
"Game of Thrones" Season 6 began filming in July, and news has emerged Yara Greyjoy will be returning for the upcoming season.
Several characters that haven't been seen in the past seasons will be making a comeback when "Game of Thrones" Season 6 premieres, starting with House Greyjoy's tough girl, Yara, played by Gemma Whelan.
Whelan is currently filming for the upcoming season of the award-winning HBO fantasy drama that's been based on author, George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire." The actress has been spotted on set where the show has been filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as well in several other locations in Spain. more >>
A number of UK content providers have petitioned ISPs in the region to block several more sites, including The Pirate Bay and Demonoid, that offer users illegal downloads of copyrighted material.
Internet Service Providers in the UK have been exhorted to prevent illegal download sites, among which number the notorious Pirate Bay and Demonoid, to prosper in their goals of illegally distributing copyrighted material. more >>
Editor's note: The Christian Post has arranged with noted evangelical Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher, an expert on and friend of The Catholic Church, to provide exclusive and rare coverage of the World Synod of the Catholic Church scheduled for October 3-24.
This Vatican Synod is generating great interest among Catholics and Evangelicals alike as Pope Francis continues to make overtures for increased cooperation with Evangelicals to protect religious freedom in a world of increased persecution of Christians.
Schirrmacher is president of the International Council of the International Society for Human Rights und Ambassador for Human Rights and executive chair of the Theological Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance, the largest evangelical association in the world. more >>
They're at it again! Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy, more famously known as The Slow Mo Guys, have given the Internet another cool series of slow moving images.
This time the two Brits take a foam ball, engorge it with water, and spin the sphere in midair.
The goal is to create a beautiful galaxy-like work that the duo best describes as being "gnarly." more >>