Charmaine Montes

Christian Post Contributor


  • Danish Evangelical Christian Group Claims 'Demons Cause Autism'

    A religious group is under fire after claiming that the neurodevelopmental disorder autism is caused by demons. According to a report by Parent Herald, an evangelical Christian group called The Last Reformation said that they were able to drive demons out of people with autism.

  • Ross: World's First Robotic Lawyer Now Works for Baker & Hostetler

    The world's first artificially intelligent lawyer just got a job. According to a report by NDTV, the robot, which is called as Ross, is now working for not just any company but in one of America's biggest law firms, Baker & Hostetler. The robot is not going to be giving legal advice and assistance to clients and represent them in court though, instead, it will be used to assist its different teams in legal research.

  • 'Sons of Anarchy' to Get Comic Book Prequel 'Redwood Original,' Features Younger Version of Jax Teller

    It's not completely over for all the fans of American crime drama television series "Sons of Anarchy." Ever since the series aired its final episode last December 2014, many are wondering if they will ever be able to get more adventures of the protagonist, Jax Teller. The good news is that they will have as The Boom! Studios announced that they will publish a new comic book prequel to the TV series.

  • NASA Brings the World to Space via Snapchat

    Snapchat users share different kinds of stories each day to their followers. But when NASA decided to take part in the social media fun, the world got the chance to see stories of what's up and beyond, Snapchat style, for 24 hours. According to a report by Nature World News, International Space Station (ISS) commander Tim Kopra showed everyone in the Snapchat world how life inside the ISS looks like.

  • 'The Sims 4: Dine Out' Official Trailer Released - Boss Around in Your Own Restaurant; Launch Date is June 7

    Life simulation video game "The Sims 4" is getting a new game pack soon. According to a report by Sims VIP, Electronic Arts and The Sims have already announced the "Dine Out" game pack. In fact, to heighten the hype for it, they have released a video teaser giving fans a clear sneak peek of what to expect with the upcoming bundle.

  • Josh Duggar Spotted with a New Job, Joins Family Business of Selling Used Cars

    It's been almost a year already since "19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar got involved in a cheating and molestation scandal. And now, after spending some time in a Christian rehab, he is now back in the real world but this time in a more low-profile lifestyle. According to a report by People, the 28-year old reality star returned home to Arkansas and joined in their family business of restoring and selling used cars.

  • 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D' Season 3 Finale Episode Spoilers: Which Character Said Goodbye Forever?

    American action-hero television series "Agents of S.H.I.E.LD" season 3 has come to an end. But unlike the show that is still to return to the small screen for its fourth season, one character bid goodbye permanently. The two-hour finale episode titled "Absolution"/"Ascension" aired on Tuesday and it sadly showed the death of a core agent. It's no surprise though as it was already expected that someone will die in the team as shown in a premonition that Daisy (Chloe Bennet) had. And the unlucky g

  • Apple Releases OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan, Things to Expect Include Bug Fixes, Security Updates

    Cupertino-based tech company Apple has finally released its fifth update for its desktop and server operating system El Capitan. According to a report by MacRumors, the OS X 10.11.5 is now available for free to download. Two months after the release of its predecessor, the OS X 10.11.4, Mac users can now claim the promise of the company for an improved stability, compatibility and security through the new update.

  • 'Pokemon GO' Update: Catching Pokémon in Real World Almost Coming as Niantics Opens Beta Field Test in U.S.

    Die-hard "Pokémon" fans are all waiting for one treat from Niantic and The Pokemon Company and it's none other than augmented-reality mobile game "Pokemon GO." It's the closest thing to letting fans capture Pokémon monsters in the real world and everyone is excited already to try it out. Fortunately, it's all slowly coming together especially now that it's already open for testing. According to a report by Forbes, interested trainers in the U.S. can now sign-up for the beta field test.

  • 'The Bachelorette' New Zealand Edition Confirmed; Leading Lady Predictions Detailed

    Heads up to all the single men in New Zealand. Reality TV dating game spin-off show "The Bachelorette" is coming to town.