"The Winds of Winter," the upcoming sixth book of the epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire" in which the hit HBO show "Game of Thrones" is based upon, has been anticipated for over half a decade now. Speculations about the incoming sixth book continue to surface as its author, George R. R. Martin, keeps mum about the progress of the much-awaited novel.
'The Winds of Winter' Release Date Won't Be Announced at the WorldCon 2016
Martin wrote on his online journal that he will be joining editors, writers and fans at the 74th World Science Convention in Kansas City, Missouri on Aug. 17-21. He mentioned that he will take part in various activities including book signing, reading and some other stuff he did not specify. The 67-year-old author did not say anything about "The Winds of Winter," however, fans immediately speculated that he will finally give an idea or even announce the sixth book's release date at the WorldCon 2016. more >>
Michael Jackson wanted to marry "Beauty and the Beast" star Emma Watson.
Love at First Film
Michael Jackson fell in love with Emma Watson during her debut in the first installment of the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." This may sound crazy and absurd, but Watson was Jackson's second choice for a bride. more >>
The invisibility cloak is on its way to become a reality. After the "Pokemon Go" craze, Potterheads want a "Harry Potter" version of the famous item.
Harry Potter and the Cloak of Invisibility
For those who don't know, the invisibility cloak is a famous "Harry Potter" item introduced on the first installment of the movie, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," during one cozy Christmas morning at Hogwarts. It was revealed when Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) and Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) were opening Christmas presents at their house's common room. more >>
While appearing on Fox News this week to discuss racial tensions in America, NFL player Benjamin Watson asserted that young black men grow up knowing their "leash is a little bit shorter" with police, but stressed that is no excuse to disobey police officers' commands.
Watson, a 12-season veteran tight end who signed with the Baltimore Ravens this past offseason and author of the 2015 book Under Our Skin: Getting Real about Race. Getting Free from the Fears and Frustrations that Divide Us, was interviewed by Megyn Kelly Tuesday night about the ongoing tension between the black community and police officers nationwide.
Watson, an outspoken Christian who recently took to Facebook to write a lengthy post about what Black Lives Matter means to him, told Kelly that there have been a number of experiences from his life, even some recent experiences, where he was treated unfairly because of the color of his skin. more >>
Answers in Genesis CEO and President Ken Ham has spoken out on the controversy surrounding a small piece of papyrus dubbed the "Gospel of Jesus' Wife," which now appears to be a fabrication, by stating that Jesus' bride is the Church, and not a woman who lived on Earth.
"Skeptics of the Bible used this tiny fragment of text to try to prove that the Gospels contained an inaccurate or fragmentary account of Jesus' life. But of course, the Bible was right all along," Ham, a Young Earth Creationist, wrote in an AiG blog on Monday.
"Now, nowhere does Scripture state, 'Jesus was not married.' But none of the Gospel writers — among whom were eyewitnesses and a historian who interviewed eyewitnesses — mention a wife and neither do any of the other New Testament writers. And besides, Jesus' bride is the Church (Ephesians 5:23–32), not a woman here on Earth," he added. more >>
Evangelist and best-selling author Ray Comfort declared that atheists cannot be trusted with political authority, as seen with historic examples.
In an interview last week on the radio program "Janet Mefferd Today," Comfort said "you can't trust an atheist in a position of authority."
"Atheists have caused 110 million deaths in the last hundred years. Stalin, 60 million, he was an atheist. Mao, 40 million, and he was an atheist. Pol Pot, 1.7 million, he was an atheist. Vladimir Lenin, 5 million people slaughtered, he was an atheist," said Comfort. more >>