Evolutionary biologist and famous atheist author Richard Dawkins says the stroke he suffered earlier this year has not changed his belief that nothing comes after death.
Dawkins said during an interview with BBC that he is doing fine physically following a stroke he suffered in February, which forced him to cancel a number public appearances, including Washington D.C.'s "Reason Rally" earlier in June.
When asked whether the stroke has caused him to reconsider some of his views on death and life, The God Delusion author said, "Well, nothing lies beyond. I consider mortality from time to time, I suspect we all do, but certainly nothing lies beyond." more >>
The UEFA Euro 2016 Group E match between Italy and Ireland on Wednesday night is set to be an exciting one as both teams will battle it out in a pitch that has been damaged by extreme weather conditions.
Damaged by Heavy Rains
It will be a crucial game as the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille has been "irreversibly damaged" following the Sunday match between Switzerland and France that ended in a draw. Players were observed losing their balance because of the slippery playing field caused by heavy rains. more >>
Madonna is the anti-Christ. At least that's what British actor Rupert Everett says.
In an interview with the Sunday Times newspaper, the 57-year-old actor who's best known by some for his roles in films like "My Best Friend's Wedding" for which he received a Golden Globe nomination, was sharing his opinions about Caitlyn Jenner, whom he called a "cross dressing man" before ranting about the pop singer.
Everett, according to the Mirror, said after he became friends with Madonna, he soon realized that she represented everything this opposed to Jesus Christ. "Being brought up a Catholic, and in a monastery, I used to have visions of Our Lady as a child. I thought: I'm meant to kill Madonna because she was the anti-Christ." more >>
The editor of Germany-based magazine Gaystream claims Facebook blocked its page after an article it published criticized Islam in the wake of the last week's shooting massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
Gaystream editor-in-chief David Berger says the social media website deactivated its Facebook page because of a published article that sharply criticized his country's Green party activists who "played down the causes of the attack," according to Breitbart.
Berger adds that his personal account was also shut down for about a month after he posted one of his articles, which criticized Cologne Gay Museum director Brigit Bosold for telling German media that she was more afraid of straight white men than Islamic radicals and migrants. more >>
Will Graham, the grandson of famed evangelist Billy Graham, recently completed a tour of Norway that he described as "one of the greatest highlights of my life."
During the second week of June, Graham visited five different cities in Norway to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, reportedly speaking to a total of 2,130 people at the church services.
Graham said in a statement from the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association that visiting the northern city of Tromsø is "one of the great highlights of my life." more >>
It will be a tense UEFA Euro 2016 game between Croatia and Spain on Tuesday night after the Croatia Football Federation was fined due to the unruly behavior of their fans during the match against Czech Republic.
UEFA officials now want to make sure that the trouble for the past two games of Croatia will not happen anymore when they meet Spain. Supporters of the Croatian team ran to the pitch during the opening game versus Turkey, which gave the former a 1-0 victory. more >>